Super Smash Bros. for Wii U has finally arrived, but Ethos has already been playing it for three weeks. Therefore he wrote a review for anybody hoping to confirm their hype for the game. The only thing left to do is click and read.
Choo choo! The Ethos train is coming! Quick! Run and hide before he takes everybody away to Editorial Miscellany town where the thoughts are scattered and the Ethos is unavoidable. Oh, it is too late. Sorry.
Ethos played mostly Mario Kart 8 the past week, but he also had time to fiddle with his half-broken PS4 before Sony releases its update fix. Come share of the joy of new firmware updates with that awful eternal optimist: Ethos.
Ethos has lost his brain to Fantasy Life. Some wonder if he ever had one to begin with, but he did. He proved it by losing it to Fantasy Life. Now he does not have a brain. Now Fantasy Life has it. All hail Fantasy Life.
Ethos is falling out of love with Shadow of Mordor and is warily approaching Peggle 2. Did PopCap evade EA’s bottom line with their peg-based sequel unlike their greedy plant-based sequel? The answer is sorta, but not really. Spoilers.
Ethos jumps ahead a few decades from last week to talk about all the modern games he has been playing. Read and then comment to tell him that he is not nearly as cool as he thinks he is.
Ethos tries to go back to his roots this week in an exploration of the original Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy games, but runs into unexpected format issues. If that is not an exciting pitch, then he has no idea what is.
Ethos takes a break from his weekly Editorial Miscellany to bring his impressions of the skilled copycat, Shadow of Mordor. Does the game appear to hue too similarly to other games, or does it use the conventions to catapult it to new heights? Read on!
Ethos focuses on Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix and Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call in this week’s Editorial Miscellany, and he has very mixed feelings about both of them. Mix it up with him by reading up!
Ethos’ wild gaming habits of the past few weeks have finally started to slow down. But once the dust is settled and only a few games remain, how is he going to feel about it? The answer lies just one click away.