I've been known to defend my craft from the trendy critics of so-called game journalism, but that doesn't mean we writers are not above reproach. In fact, there's a certain little tactic that I am yet to find a reasonable, justifiable, believable defense for, and that is the subject of this week's show.
I got genuinely furious in this one, moreso than usual. This is partially because of the subject, and partially because I had an absurd amount of recording problems and had to re-record vast tracts of the video. It leads to a rather ... impassioned ending. I also think I might have properly messed the microphone up this time.
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