Let’s dance on Umbrella’s corpse.
Boglinwatch 2016 gets a load of new developments, and two thirds of the cast talk about their injuries.
Speaking of injuries, Mighty No. 9 was released. It was sad.
Elsewhere, we talk about Scorpio backtracking, YouTube sponsorships, and Destructoid making (IN MY OPINION) a big mistake.
Oh, and here’s that video Gav wanted you to watch – www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cx8sl2uC46A
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Well, this might be the most predictable Metabombed feature I’ve ever had to publish.
With three years of growing resentment, Mighty No. 9‘s initially excited throng of backers have been steadily infuriated by delays, mixed messages, insulting marketing, and disappointing visual changes. Mighty No. 9 has gone from being Keiji Inafune’s declaration of independence to a mediocre flop with a reputation that almost makes Colonial Marines look beloved.
Official reviews have been mixed, but the majority opinion is that MN9 is a mediocre disappointment. The user reviews, of course, swing for the fences with wild extremes – and the negative end of that extreme is winning.
Mighty No. 9, unsurprisingly, it is the latest game to see a huge Metabomb dropped in its front lawn.
Let’s see if this topic can spark the same nuanced and interesting influx of fresh comments that the last one did.
It’s time to talk about the amount of violence shown at E3. Critics chat about it every year, and now the time has come to join the fray.
Laura has the hottest scoops LIVE from E3! Learn how she had to sneak into Ubisoft’s press conference, hear her firsthand impressions of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Oh, and she was almost kidnapped.
Elsewhere, we laugh at the usernames of Overwatch’s Reaper players, Link’s amiibo has a jizz problem, and there is no Beyond Good & Evil 2.
Because I apparently hate myself, I’m talking about gender-related stuff in videogames. So I’VE got a fun day lined up!
Anyway, Link’s not a girl, Zelda isn’t playable, and Nintendo’s reasons for this situation are total bollocks.
And that’s my problem. Not the situation. The bollocks.
Your ol’ pal Jim Sterling got together with fellow movie boy Conrad Zimmerman to discuss each E3 press conference of 2016.
Original a five-part video series on YouTube, we’ve compiled our recordings as one full podcast for your listening delight.
Hear our thoughts on Electronic Arts, Bethesda, Microsoft, Ubisoft, and Sony!