Last week on The Entertainment Dome, we continued our RWBY recaps with the second and third episodes of Volume 7, and James couldn’t help but ramble about the new Half-Life announcement.
I may have mentioned this before, but if a videogame has actual lyrical songs in it, I’m much more likely to buy it. It’s weird since videogames featuring songs isn’t new or special anymore, but I can’t help but be impressed/excited whenever it happens. I very nearly bought River City Girls just because it had an opening song that was only four lines long, and I was somewhat surprised that it had more songs like it. Continue reading
Last week on The Entertainment Dome, we returned to RWBY with our weekly recaps, kicking off Volume 7 with praise, concerns, and theories.
Last week on The Entertainment Dome, we spent the whole hour talking about RPGs we’ve been playing; specifically Indivisible and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE.
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
It’s such a shame that Nintendo doesn’t seem to know what to do with the Paper Mario series anymore. The first three entries are fantastic games that I could easily recommend to anyone with even a passing interest in RPGs or games with well-written stories and dialogue. Of those three, there’s no denying that the GameCube title, The Thousand-Year Door, is the best one. I could write several of these articles on that game alone with how many memorable moments it has, but for this instance, I’m going to focus on the game’s first major boss fight. Continue reading
Last week on The Entertainment Dome, James had opinions about the recent State of Play, I basically promoted AI: The Somnium Files, and I shared my first impressions of Mario Kart Tour.
Last week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I shared our very late opinions on the most recent Nintendo Direct, including Terry and Sans in Smash Bros., SNES games on Switch and Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition.
One game that I used to play the crap out of during my childhood was Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2. A loose adaptation of the Civil War comic story-line, it was a top-down action-RPG/beat ’em up featuring a tonne of famous and not so famous heroes and villains from across the Marvel universe, enjoyable and addictive gameplay, cool character interactions, and some great replayability that had me coming back again and again, just so I could keep making all manner of different teams to play through the game as.
That game came out ten years ago and it very much seemed like a series that wasn’t going to get revived any time soon, especially with Disney now holding Marvel’s reigns. So I was pleasantly surprised to see a new, third title get announced out of nowhere. And if that wasn’t enough, Activision and Vicarious Visions were out and Nintendo and Team Ninja were in. Suddenly, everybody was getting excited to see how this game would turn out. Aside from those big names, the roster looked great (the presence of the X-Men alone helped tremendously) and the presentation was delightfully stylish, but does the game have the substance to match it, or should this series have been left back in the late 2000s? Continue reading
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Kingdom Hearts
For as much as I get frustrated with Kingdom Hearts, it’s a series that’s near and dear to me. I may grumble about some aspects of it constantly, but I’ll always keep coming back for its tight, action-RPG gameplay, enjoyable characters and its general oddball charm. And if I didn’t love it, I wouldn’t be interested in finding out curious tid-bits and random trivia all about it. So how about we take a look at the game that started it all and learn something new today? Continue reading
This week on The Entertainment Dome, we finally get round to sharing some of our thoughts on the most recent JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure series, we discuss the newest The Rise of Skywalker trailer, and I can’t help but rant about the Disney/Sony fiasco regarding Spider-Man (apologies for the audio issues for the first half of the episode).