‘I’m Jim Fucking Sterling Son’ Shirt Back In-Store For Limited Run

Remember the name!

I felt it only right that today marks the limited edition return of the “Jim Fucking Sterling Son” T-shirt. All shirt purchases will come with a free Jimquisition Winged Emblem pin.

Coined by Digital Homicide, the phrase was appropriated and turned into a fitting catchphrase by your everso humble Jimquisition host. Now YOU can be Jim Fucking Sterling Son too!

Be better than the attractive models in the header image who wouldn’t be caught dead actually wearing one of my shirts. Be better!

Ten Images That Sum Up Yakuza 0 Better Than I Could

Yakuza 0 reviews went up yesterday – at least as far as the worldwide edition of the game is concerned – but no words written could describe the game better than the game itself can.

For those familiar with the series, Yakuza‘s weird sense of humor and eccentric scenarios are nothing new. For yours truly, Sega’s gangsterial action-adventure prequel was nothing short of a revelation.

My DualShock 4’s Share button was given the workout of its life while I played this. The amount of dialog and imagery that needs further examination is more than I can legitimately handle. The following screenshots are a mere fraction of what’s on offer.

Let’s look at some of the bizarre shit I saw!

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The Jimquisition: Big Empty Sandboxes


Open world games are everywhere, and it’s getting really stupid. You can tell they’re happening just to follow a trend as well, since so few open world games manage to justify actually being open world.

There are blatant clues found in many of these desolate sandboxes, and we’re going to talk about them and why they’re making videogames rubbish.

Metabombed: Dead Rising 4 Is ‘Awful, Just Awful’

Dead Rising 4 was released right at the beginning of the month, but folks are still unhappy about it. While I enjoyed the game myself, Dead Rising‘s veteran fanbase bristles with discontent at what they see as a “dumbing down” of the series and the removal of its best elements.

Usually, a controversial release like this would be drowned in negative Metacritic user reviews at launch, but it took some time for the negativity to boil over this time. Here we are though, on Christmas Eve, and what better way to celebrate a season of goodwill than looking at some really angry comments on the Internet?

Yes, Dead Rising 4 has been METABOMBED… at least after a relatively long period of accumulation.

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