This week on The Entertainment Dome, we discuss what we’d like to see in the now confirmed Life is Strange sequel, as well as some of Ubisoft’s upcoming projects, including the Mario/Rabbids crossover and James needs to censor me when I make a boo-boo live on air (apologies for the background noise).
We finally did it. After years of talking about it, my Entertainment Dome co-host James and I have contributed to the over-saturated world of Let’s Plays; starting with puzzle game Orwell.
Set in a 1984-style world, we must use the Orwell system to hack into emails, listen in on phone calls and just generally spy on people to prevent acts of terrorism. Political stances are taken and tangents are made as we start our first day on the job.
Continuing from the last list I wrote, here are the ten Capcom characters that I think should be made playable in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite.
This week on The Entertainment Dome, technical difficulties attempt to stop us from giving a surprisingly brief run-down of this week’s Attack on Titan, James makes himself sad over Mass Effect‘s supposed “hiatus” and then he dares to criticise the perfection that is Persona 5.
With the latest installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom series only a few months away, I ask the question as to who amongst Marvel’s impressive gallery of heroes and villains should be allowed to duke it out with Capcom’s own all-stars.
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep
A few weeks ago, I ranked the Kingdom Hearts series to see which games I considered the best. However, I omitted a couple of entries; one of them being Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage- (dear RPG makers, stop making your titles so damn long). The reason for its omission was because it ultimately wasn’t a full game and was only included on the 2.8 collection as a teaser of sorts for Kingdom Hearts III.
It very nearly was included, though; it actually would’ve been third in the rankings. That’s pretty high up for what’s really just a glorified tech demo, and that’s because, despite its short length, it’s pretty damn good. So, I figured I’d give it it’s own review to make up for it being left out. Continue reading
We have a very anime-centric episode this week on The Entertainment Dome. Aside from a whammy of an Attack on Titan episode to discuss, James has finished watching Part 3 of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, leading to a general JoJo ramble.