Quantic Dream have done it again! And by “done it,” I mean they’ve reminded me of terrible movies.
There’s plenty to talk about with God of War, and I’m going to do it. I’m also going to use Chill Dad Kratos’ latest adventure to talk about console exclusive games.
I swear this is a real thing that is on the PlayStation Store. I promise you it has the nerve to charge $19.99.
Maybe I’m paranoid, but I’m starting to think this is an elaborate, industry-wide attempt to gaslight me.
That, and this might be a Spear of Destiny spiritual successor?
Disclosure: Sony done n’ gave me an advance copy.
Checking out the expansion for Horizon, with new weapons and machines and stuff like that.
This week’s episode is brought to you by Sterdust, a totally original wrestling persona that WE OWN. We OWN it, WWE!
Anyway, in an industry of liars, even the good guys lie, and those lies can be good lies.
But what happens when lies become so commonplace and acceptable? Then the bad guys lie… and they can’t understand why they’re not the good guys.
As a nice treat, we’re going on a field trip today. Come with me to Hell, as we scour the underbelly of the PlayStation Store.
The Power of PlayStation, it turns out, is a dark and foreboding power indeed.
Bonus Content: Life Haxz with Jim Sterling
First and foremost, The Jimquisition went to Mississippi Comic-Con and I got roughed up by Jason Voorhees.
Of lesser importance is our main story. Cross-platform play is being embraced by both Microsoft and Nintendo. As with mods, Sony’s being a spoilsport again.
As Minecraft and Rocket League let Xbox One and Switch players interact, PS4 folks once again get stuck with inferior products.
The Jimquisition names its inaugural Winners & Losers of E3!
What killed? What died? We celebrate and jeer what Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo, Bethesda, Electronic Arts, and Ubisoft had to offer.
I realize this will reinforce the “Sony Shill” thing (which is ironic if you’ve known me long enough to remember when I was the “anti-Sony bias Nintendo shill”), but Horizon: Zero Dawn‘s success is worth talking about.
The game’s doing well, and while those who loyally defend plastic machinery might think otherwise, that’s a good thing for everybody. Yes, even if you’re putting all your stock in the Switch.
Horizon: Zero Dawn is a fantastic game, which you’d know if you’d read my review.
One thing I did not mention in my original criticism, however, is just how many turkeys I totally fucked up. Zero Dawn is a game in which you can fuck up as many turkeys as you desire, which is good because fuck ’em, y’know?
Obviously, The Jimquisition does not condone the fucking up of turkeys in real life. Only videogame turkeys.
Fuck those videogame turkeys.