Jim Sterling isn't afraid to evolve. A long time staple of the online video gaming community, the commentator, reviewer, and occasional voice actor has seen a great deal of change over the last near-decade. He's written for Destructoid, contributed to IGN UK, and up until very recently was in charge of reviews for The Escapist, where he also hosted his popular gaming video series "The Jimquisition," but when I say he's open to change, I don't just mean he's bounced around traditional media outlets. He's also been forthright about his gradual change in tone and stance on sexism, bullying, and other social issues. Sterling has always been one to grow with his content, never afraid to critically examine himself, his craft, and his place in the industry.
So, in many ways, it wasn't shocking to hear that he had left his position with The Escapist, regaining full ownership and creative control of "The Jimquisition" in the process, and has struck out on a bold new experiment in independence: