After a year of lingering and a cavalcade of increasingly exasperating amendments, it is a distinct personal pleasure to finally be able to say that the lawsuit “James Romine v. James Stanton” has been dismissed with prejudice following discussions between my lawyer Bradley Hartman and the plaintiff James Romine.
Oh no, The Jimquisition is making itself a smarmy point again.
Sick and tired of Nintendo’s repeated attempts to steal from him, your old pal Jim Sterling explains why it’s perfectly morally fine to rob the company blind.
(Yep, Soundcloud embeds are proper fucked on the site now. Just click the link)
The nature of skeletons, rabbit sex antics, and the highness of the woman in the song about a woman being high. What more could you want?
Videogame talk? We got that as well. Thoughts on For Honor, reactions to the Breath of the Wild season pass, and more Nioh bollocks.
You want more? We have AT LEAST SOME OTHER THINGS!
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Ubisoft released the highly anticipated For Honor on Saint Valentine’s Day Twenty Seven Teen, and in just over 24 hours it has cemented its place as one of the most enthralling, absorbing videogame experiences in videogame experience history.
With its clashing swords and unflinching portrayal of a world at war, For Honor is a game for which words can only provide scant context. To really appreciate how visceral this game is you have to see it, and that’s why we’re here – to take a visceral look at Ubisoft’s latest masterpiece and revel in some high quality screen captures that promise a world of entertainment.
Here, in full color, I give you the incredible For Honor experience!
(Apparently the Soundcloud file doesn’t want to embed on the site today, which is a new way in which it’s fucking up for me. Why not, eh?)
Alice is better than everybody who was ever in a Resident Evil videogame. Remember that!
More undead gibberish is here, with only Good Wesker providing any sort of relief. How will your Movie Boys cope? Well, one of them sorta liked it!
Greenlight is finally dying after years of promises, to be replaced by… a thing.
Steam Direct is Valve’s latest attempt at finding a content-to-quality balance. What does your ol’ pal Jim think? Let’s find out!