When Rey Guitierrez asked me to do some video interviews at E3 I was worried, mainly because cameras make me nervous and I assume everybody will hate everything I say. Turns out people actually liked them, so I figured, what the hell? Let's try and do some more.
Hence, The Jimquisition, a series based off the unedited, unscripted, low-budget opinion-spilling of the E3 videos. Just some fat twat and a microphone talking about whatever's pissed him off this week.
So this is the first episode, all about people who accuse games of ripping off other games. I managed to accidentally record a phone on one side of the camera, but otherwise I think it came out pretty well. It's all meant to be filmed in one take with little-to-no production, very much like our E3 coverage. I may invest in some good lighting though if the video is deemed successful.
Note: The aspect ratio is weird on this video because f*ck all video editing programs, ever. I will reupload it if/when I get the video looking better. Although frankly it's already taken ten billion years to get this far with a video that was supposed to be good because it required no f*cking around. How wrong I was.
Anyway, would you like more of these, and what are your views on the subject at hand?
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