Sharing assets with The Slaughtering Grounds, a trip to the Unknown City is ready to make you feel really sick.
On another one of our little vloggy things, we talk about how YouTube’s screwing everyone over, livestream plans, Fortnite, and the Steeeereak!
It’s strange to me that previously accepted criticism can retroactively become censorship the moment something comes along that’s deliberately tacky and edgy. Almost as if, to some people, free speech is really only about having the freedom to be a dick.
Anyway, since Valve and YouTube can jettison responsibility for their platforms, so can I.
That’s right everyone, this year you can watch E3 in style! Join Conrad and I as we heckle and chuckle at the games industry. We’ll be hosting it on twitch.tv/jimquisition Saturday thru Tuesday for the following conferences:
EA – Saturday, June 9 at 1:00pm CST
Microsoft – Sunday, June 10 at 3:00pm CST
Sony – Monday, June 11 at 8:00pm CST
Nintendo – Tuesday, June 12 at 11:00am CST
And don’t worry, Twitter fans. We’ll still be shitposting plenty on there as well. So come join us as we laugh at what the game industry presents to us!
EDIT: We’ve cancelled our Co-Streams of Bethesda and Ubisoft for scheduling and technical reasons.
Developer: HAL Laboratory
Format: Nintendo Switch
Released: March 16, 2018
The Switch continues a hot streak as Kirby’s latest sequel turns out to be good… because it’s a Kirby game.
It’s no secret by now that I despise Dynasty Warriors 9, not just because of what it DID to Zhang He, but because it’s a derivative, corner-cutting mess of “open world” bullshittery, so desolate and ugly it’s almost indistinguishable from a Steam Direct asset flip.
An easy early nominee for 2018’s worst games list, Tecmo Koei’s cynical farce has come close to killing my love for the series overall.
The game has its defenders, those who somehow think it’s “ambitious” to chase a trend years after it stopped being fashionable. Nonetheless, I’m clearly not alone in seeing this game for what it is – a desperate attempt at relevance by a company that tried to fix what wasn’t broken.
And of course… that’s led to a classic case of METABOMBING!
Been meaning to do this for a while. Thought it’d be nice to do some update videos to keep you in the loop regarding all things Sterling.
Today, we talk about The Jimquisition’s theme music, a little Sterdust, the fate of Jim Sterling’s Licensed Game Experience, The Loose Boys and Commentocracy.