On this week's Jimquisition, we discuss the importance of linearity in videogames, and the foolishness of those who believe every single videogame needs to be an open-world sandbox where immersion of the world doesn't always mean immersion in the story.
Don't worry, it's not half as intellectual a debate as that previous paragraph makes it sound. Expect loads of swearing and footage of me sucking on an old weiner. I hope I don't get AIDS off that.
On this week's UNITED Podtoid, the gang celebrates and praises the announcement of the Xbox One. Only joking! It's tormented and mocked and stretched cruelly upon the Lust Gurney. Microsoft discussion dominates a lot of the c...more
When we think of the American west, we think of outlaws and lawmen, settlers trying to eke out a new life in an inhospitable place and, most of all, stylish dress composed of pastels and fringe. It is in that spirit that Jordan and I approached Sunset Riders for the Super Nintendo, knowing that while it was important to be good, that should be secondary to looking good.more
In this special, singularly-focused edition of Office Chat, I'm joined by Jim Sterling and Jordan Devore as we discuss our reactions to the Xbox One reveal. From the frustrations of having to figure out what to now call the ...more