This week on The Entertainment Dome, I grill James for his opinions on Diamond is Unbreakable – the fourth part of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, we prepare our hype for RWBY Volume 5 by discussing the two new shorts that were released and wrap things up with a quick chat about the surprise hit Mario + Rabbids (apologies for some weird audio issues).
(Also, just so you know, last week’s episode won’t be uploaded since we weren’t pleased with how it turned out.)
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle
Out of all of the assassins you fight in No More Heroes 2, Margaret Moonlight is probably not only my favourite of the bunch, but arguably one of the most memorable. Not because of her backstory or her personality; in fact, we barely learn anything about her from her very brief dialogue with Travis. It’s all because of this song that plays during her boss fight. Continue reading
Before we begin, I feel you should be informed that the subject of this review is not a pleasant one. In fact, it is so unpleasant, so needlessly cruel and so depressing, that I would honestly advise that you stop reading immediately. You have no obligation to continue. Close the tab and do something more entertaining or uplifting like watch a funny cat video or start reading a fan-fiction where nothing bad happens and everyone gets to live happily ever after. For there are no happy endings, or happy beginnings, or even happy middles in today’s subject. Continue reading
I already explained why the redone version of Mario Kart 64‘s Rainbow Road in Mario Kart 8 is so good last week, but I only briefly touched upon the music. Considering it’s easily one of the best music pieces in the entire series, I felt I needed to shine the spotlight on it for a bit. Continue reading
After a longer than planned break, The Entertainment Dome returns with our late reactions to all those new Persona spin-offs, my spoiler-free opinions on the third season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead and James’ sadness regarding BioWare’s future plans for Mass Effect: Andromeda.
Despite telling myself there was no point in buying it again, I recently caved and wound up getting Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on the Nintendo Switch. Between the new characters, improved Battle Mode and all the included DLC, it’s easily the definitive version of the game. If you missed out on MK 8 the first time around, you have no excuse to not grab a copy.
As I replayed it, I was reminded of how good a lot of the race courses were, which got me to wondering which ones I liked the best. So, just for shits and giggles, I’ve ranked each and every course from Mario Kart 8, from my least favourite to my most favourite, with brief explanations as to why. Continue reading
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for The Simpsons Movie
In the 20+ years The Simpsons has been airing on TV, we’ve seen Homer and Marge have marital problems multiple times as early as the first season. It’s since become one of those recurring plot-lines that, nowadays, feels tired and hackneyed. But there’s something about the way this scene from the movie is done that averts that pitfall. Continue reading