Ethos loves Miley Cyrus. Lusipurr.com loves Miley Cyrus. The whole world loves Miley Cyrus. Ethos harnesses this love in a powerful article dedicated to the Queen of Pop, Miley “Greatest” Cyrus.
Ethos tried the Ouya and was almost impressed with it until he was totally not impressed with it. He also played some games and talked about those, but who cares when we can all Ouya-bash, amirite?
Ethos is sad to put Paper Mario on hold, but The Stick of Truth is happily good enough to serve as a replacement, finally melding South Park with largely good game design. Read more details within!
Ethos continues to play and enjoy Bravely Default, but he – perhaps as expected – gets distracted by other RPGs and he decides to rave about those as well. Hint: There is a lot of Mario and just a little Luigi.
Ethos lied and cheated his way to an early copy of Bravely Default and he flaunts this fact in this week’s edition of Editorial Miscellany. The possibility of the column itself being a kiss of death is also discussed.
Ethos fell flat on his butt the morning he wrote this article. He does not mention this fact once, but the knowledge shines an important light on the tone and content of this week’s flaccid edition of Editorial Miscellany.
Ethos did not play very many games this week, but the games that he did play are somewhat surprising, and he apparently has lots to say about them. Or one of them at least. Just read the article.
Ethos has reached new depths of insufferable ranting. Or is it new heights? He appears to be in a good mood, so he can have this one. Consume the peak of his eager nonsense by clicking the link and reading the words.
Ethos wraps up the Fourth Phase of Editorial Miscellany by unabashedly gushing over the Bravely Default demo. Yes, that is correct. The demo. When will that fruit ever grow up? Peruse the praising within.
Joel is the main character in The Last Of Us, and his tiredness is not from lack of sleep. Well, not only from lack of sleep. Ethos is weary himself and respects Joel’s strength and courage. So Ethos wrote some words.