Join Jim as he celebrates the 100th episode of Jimquisition ... and complains about EA. Again.
Companies (mostly EA) have started to learn they can get away with pulling their familiar stunts by giving them a new coat of paint. We make jokes a lot about how unsavory elements of games are "features," but it seems publishers (mostly EA) have worked out that's actually a good idea. Welcome to an industry where the things you hate aren't the things you hate ... because they're called something else.
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