Be Jim Sterling in the Zpocalypse board game - destructoid

Be Jim Sterling in the Zpocalypse board game

10:00 AM on 03.18.2013

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

Angry Joe, Totalbiscuit, Spoony, and Linkara also on the cards


Greenbrier Games' Kickstarted undead board game expansion, Zpocalypse Aftermath, is heading to stores around December time of this year. An expansion to the main Zpocalypse game, Aftermath adds new content -- including a playable miniature of Destructoid reviews editor Jim Sterling.

Wait, that's me!

I'll be a playable character in the upcoming update, complete with my own figure and survivor/weapon cards. I won't be the only game pundit on the board, either -- Angry Joe, Totalbiscuit, Noah "Spoony" Antwiler, and Linkara are all going to be available too. 

I'm not sure what details I can share pertaining to my character, but I will risk letting you know that my special survival skill is "Hatedom," which uses my experience with angry hordes to add extra dice to either attack or defense. These guys do their research!

Game will be out toward the end of the year. I can't wait to see the miniature. Hopefully they get my chiseled torso and glorious biceps right.




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