I started watching it a few weeks ago and I'm really enjoying it. I think of it as a more grounded Rick and Morty, it has the same kind of humor but focuses way more on it's cast (unlike Rick and Morty where they are the stars and Morty's parents are pretty meh). The cliffhangers, and the twists they leave at the end of a lot of the episodes make me come back for more.
Favorite character is Princess Caroline. The way she does her job as an agent is amazing.
Just watched the Jurassic World review, I laughed a lot more than usual. I also think it helps that he didn't really do the whole "re-tell the story of the entire movie" thing he's done for a while, but instead just focused all his energy on specific moments. The reenactments were really funny too, though.
I don't have any super strong feelings towards Fire and Ice, it looks fine, it makes sense to do a 3DS sequel, since it's probably the most profitable system and easiest to develop for (probably just reusing a lot of different assets from Shattered Crystals). The TV show is doing pretty good, hopefully some success will spill over to this game.
I don't know why you guys would think Arin hates Symphony of The Night. He says in the Sequelitis video that the post-Simon's Quest games use design choices that compliment those kinds of games to make grinding more enjoyable. He did compare Castlevania 1 to a well-made meal and the SoTN-like ones to snackfood, and while you see that as a negative point against those games, it really isn't, it's just a different kind of design entirely.