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JXE Streams: A real bodyman tackles 'Car Mechanic Simulator 2015'

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True story: our very own Tim Seppala worked as a car mechanic for 12 years. He was a bodyman, or an auto collision tech if you want to get fancy. The short version is that the man knows how to tear apart your busted '89 Toyota Cellica after a wreck, get it looking pretty and make sure all the machine parts are working. Does that mean he'll be able to dive right into RedDot's Car Mechanic Simulator 2015, the game that is precisely what it sounds like? We'll find out when he streams it live today at 3:30PM ET.

Join us at 3:30PM ET in this post, on Engadget.com/gaming and on Twitch.tv/Joystiq as Tim Seppala applies his expertise to playing a video game about fixing cars. Will he rage against the confines of its digital artifice or praise its accuracy? How many references to Drive can we make in 90 minutes? You'll have to watch to find out.

If you enjoy the stream, make sure to follow us on Twitch.tv/Joystiq!

JXE Streams: 'Car Mechanic Simulator 2015'

[We're playing Car Mechanic Simulator 2015 on PC streamed at 720p through OBS.]

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