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Is ScrewAttack looking for a new host? Look no further

Mar 13 // Jim Sterling
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As you may or may not know by now, there has been a structural reshuffle over at ScrewAttack. Our fine friends over there have had some well-publicized differences of opinion when it comes to business and this has led to the departure of one of the company's staples, Handsome Tom.

As per ScrewAttack's Sidescrollers podcast, where company owner Stuttering Craig explained his position, ScrewAttack is looking into hiring new talent and providing a wider spotlight in the wake of Tom's leaving. Of course, nobody could replace Tom, and Craig isn't looking to replace Tom ...

But I should totally replace Tom. 

The above is my audition tape that I am going to use to be part of Screwing Attacks with Stutters Craig and the Nerd Who Dislikes So Many Games That He Plays. As you can see, my video editing skills are first rate, and I have produced the same kind of dazzling effects and audio level quality that rivals even the best Videogame Vault.

I even have my own nickname: England Jim From England. You can do little else but recognize my talent.


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