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Jimquisition: A game by any other name

3:00 PM on 07.16.2012 // Jim Sterling
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What effect does a game's name have on the quality of the actual software? According to some gamers, everything! The idea that a game is bad because its name places it into an existing series is rather rife in the community, with recent Silent Hill and Devil May Cry entries providing a fertile bed of misguided anger.

Naturally, the Jimquisition is on hand to set the world right. Also, this episode is a canonically direct sequel to The Fifth Element, I've decided.




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