WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Splatoon
While I was never able to get into Splatoon‘s multiplayer (you know, the main draw of the game) as much as I would’ve liked, I don’t regret getting it, if only to help support a new IP with a tonne of potential. That, and the single-player was actually pretty good, with the final boss fight being the highlight. I didn’t know what to expect, but it certainly wasn’t an evil octopus DJ. Continue reading
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I fail to keep our excitement in check thanks to the recent Telltale announcements, the new Kingdom Hearts III info and Jodie Whittaker being cast in Doctor Who as its first female lead.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers for the following:
The Kingdom Hearts series
About a couple of years ago, I wrote a list of worlds I would like to see appear in the Kingdom Hearts series. Since that list, both Tangled and Big Hero 6 based worlds have been confirmed for Kingdom Hearts III, which clearly means Square Enix and Disney read my stuff and value my opinion. Or it’s just a coincidence.
Regardless, with a new trailer and a new world to be shown this weekend at the D23 Expo, I’ve decided to return to this topic with another ten Disney properties that I’d love to see adapted in a future title. Continue reading
This week on The Entertainment Dome, James and I have respectively watched Spider-Man: Homecoming and The Lego Batman Movie recently, leading to a bunch of superhero film tangents.
Wanting to post these episodes in order meant I had to delay this one for a week. Fortunately, it’s here now for your enjoyment. So listen on as I get to gush over the recent season finale of Doctor Who (there WILL be spoilers), get surprised with a new Fire Emblem Warriors trailer and James cuts out a section from the live recording because things got too real.
Because of shenanigans, the last couple of episodes haven’t been available to upload onto this site. That’s all sorted now so enjoy this episode from two weeks ago where James and I bring our Attack on Titan recaps to an end (for now) with the last two episodes of Season 2.
You ever have one of those games that you so desperately want but just don’t have the means of playing it? For me, that game was indie title Dust: An Elysian Tail. Released in 2012, it was only available for Xbox and PC; I had neither and certainly wasn’t going to invest in either just for a single indie game. But I always hoped that, someday, the game would be released on other systems and, lo and behold, fate threw me a bone and gave Dust a release on the PS4 in 2014.
Despite my eagerness, however, I have only just managed to properly play it for myself. Was it worth the wait or did I get needlessly overexcited? Continue reading