If, during this review of Balls Kicking Simulator 2016, you’re reminded of a video game reviewer you used to watch back in your college days, the thick cockney accent and “offensive” style harkening you to a simpler time of internet content, then it is no coincidence. The voice here belongs to Jim Sterling, a former The Escapist journalist in his own right, and also, it would seem, a British guy who likes to play dumb games.
Jim seems to be doing pretty well for himself, too, despite the fact that he did not much care for Balls Kicking Simulator 2016. Editorial independence has its perks. He does seem right, though; this game seems more about dick kicking than balls kicking—not that there’s anything wrong with that.
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