"Bullshit in Sheep's clothing" ends with a genuine thanks to everyone who helped with the show.
"Desensitized to Violence": It's oddly heartwarming to listen to Jim talking about his stepson and how, despite his contact with video games, he's still afraid of real life violence.
The "Go Fish" video, where he calmly and politely talks about the recent controversy around the Fez developer.
"The Beautiful Irony of PC Gaming" has him in some part of the video welcoming people to the PC crowd (Even noting not to let the graphic whores put you off) with the need of an open mind while stating that you wouldn't need a very powerful PC to experience the best it has to offer.
In 2012, Jim named Telltale's The Walking Dead as his Game of the Year, and immediately he said that calling the game "The Best of 2012" is a disservice to how excellent and beautiful it is as a narrative.
Jim Sterling loves Dynasty Warriors, and his first order of business after getting syndicated by Escapist Magazine was to compose what amounts to a love letter in video form for what he declared the "Citizen Kane" of video games
"Diversity? LIEversity!" begins with Jim Sterling declaring Nintendo his winner of E3 2014
"Before we begin, my pick of E3, my winner of E3, Nintendo. The whole week livestreaming gameplay, actual gameplay which is what a company does when it's confident in its games and doesn't need to hide behind a wall of dishonest CGI trailers and heavily-scripted demos and fucking vertical slices. Very well done to them, Plus they have got a playable Zelda in Hyrule Warriors which Koei can apparently do without going bankrupt, Amazing."
"Sonic Gloom" has Jim saying that, even though he personally didn't like Sonic Colors, he has no problem with people who did enjoy it. He also pleads with SEGA to develop and build upon the good Sonic games, like Sonic Generations, instead of changing Sonic with every iteration. This coming from a guy who gave Colors a 4/10, and Boom a 2/10, showing he really wants this franchise to be good.
His video where he roundly mocks the homophobic Hate Dumb of Dragon Age: Inquisition and quietly compliments Bioware for at least attempting to include well-written LGBTQ relationships and going against the grain.
His video trilogy where he defends the used game market and pushes back against the notion that used games are bad for the industry, and he gives an inspiring speech about how used games are one of the customers last remaining protections against bad games and that publishers have no right to take them away after everything else they've already taken.