You know what time it is, kids! This week we’re recommending THE MOST IMPORTANT GAMES CRITIC OF ALL-TIME. It’s a very tongue-in-cheek blog that uses lots of fancy high-brow words while poking fun at games journalism.
Here’s a few of my favorite terms that I’ve spotted on the front page:
“I don’t do vanity; I do profundity.”
“I believe the majority of RPG and action games developed in Japan are too dependent on multitudinous tropes to be noteworthy.”
“Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days is easily the definitive shooter—first or third—of this generation thusfar, and one of the most important games of this millennium.”
“I’m the Michael Jordan of games critics.”
And then there’s the amazing introductory blog post, which I’ll post in it’s entirety below since I know you’re all too lazy to actually click a link to read it:
Forget Tim Rogers.
Forget Jeff Gerstmann.
Forget Giant Bomb.
Forget that Zero Punctuation guy whose name I don’t even know.
Forget Jim Sterling.
Forget all of the hacks because I’m going to elevate meaning and authenticity of gaming criticism to another stratosphere imminently.
If you like video games, gaming journalism, and laughing, definitely check this site out. Special thanks to Kyle from Good Game Get for recommending this one.
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