And like with Digital Homicide it's started with Jim Sterling
Now it's worth noting that Sterling has contacted their lawyers and after telling Gilson B. Pontes (the infamous developer) they're willing to fight in court over Sterling's videos, Pontes has seemingly backed down for the time being and removed copyright claims from Sterling's channel. Even so this feels way too eerily similar to what previously happened to Sterling with Digital Homicide, an infamous shovelware developer who attempted to sue Sterling over their negative reviews, or Derek Savage, who also tried to take down many negative videos about his Cool Cat movie.
For some context, Gilson B. Pontes is this indie dev who seems to always put out one game a year on PlayStation consoles (originally PS4 though it looks like his latest game is on PS5) that is basically a crappy open world game that tries to be a Souls-like but fails even in doing that. Not only has Jim Sterling done videos on Pontes' games, but I also remember Caddicarus covered some of them in a video he did on some of the worst games on the PS4.