Read this review, Senpai!
This week, the team chat about The Last Guardian and Dead Rising 4, plus the disagreement over Dishonored 2 continues.
Elsewhere, Gav chats music, we make fun of The Game Advertisements, and something something Telltale Games.
Also, check out Laura Kate’s Patreon page!
Also also, check out Miracle of Sound’s channel!
Also also ALSO, Gav’s new album is out now!
The immensely popular Jimquisition emblem pins are now back in stock, and unlike Nintendo, we actually make our product to fit the demand!
After the initial run of 500 proved to be far too few, Sharkrobot had another 2,000 prepared. You can get them right there, and if you buy any T-shirt from the Jimquisition store, you can get a pin entirely free.
Give yourself the gift of a small metal picture this Christmas. Why not, eh? EH!?
Your movie boys are here to discuss Postal, a movie that’s shocking in more ways than one. Sure, the content is offensive, but Uwe Boll made a… competent videogame movie?
Let’s discuss the jokes and the goofs in this violent jawdropper, while comparing it to how unfunny Pixels is.
Almost 40% of Steam’s entire library was published this year. A single year.
It’s time to once again give Valve a dressing down for its lack of standards, because why not? ‘Tis the season!
We’ve spoken in exhaustive detail about the utter ridiculousness of ContentID and how it’s abused by companies who disrespect Fair Use on YouTube.
Now we have perhaps the most beautiful example of the automated copyright detection system working in all its fuckheaded glory. Last night’s stream of The Game Advertisements is currently muted due to ContentID’s robotic detection and silencing of allegedly copyrighted audio.
One assumes that a corporate-sponsored, highly expensive professional affair like The Game Advertisements acquired the rights to any music it may have used. In fact, there’s no way Geoff Keighley’s outfit wouldn’t have done so.
This matters not to a system designed without the ability to appreciate context or respect peoples’ rights. ContentID just marched right in and silenced the entire VOD.
And that’s fucking hilarious.
Superbunnyhop joins Jim and Laura to discuss a Power Rangers porn spoof that has a David Cage-looking guy in it.
Elsewhere, we talk about Final Fantasy XV, amazing pizza feats, and more bollocks about No Man’s Sky.
Nintendo’s manufactured scarcity is a commonly known deal, and it’s just getting beyond ludicrous.
The NES Classic is the latest farce, shipping to stores in pitiful numbers despite well-known demand.
Basically, Nintendo’s a fucked up toymaker thinking everything it makes is a goddamn Hatchimal, whatever the hell THAT is!