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.
Ethos had yet another busy week in the gaming world, playing everything he could get his hands on and even participating in the first annual Pickle Tournament! It is as silly as it sounds.
Ethos is – for now – a member of Sony’s PlayStation Plus premium service and that means that yesterday he got to download a pile of games that are free for the duration of his subscription. He gives his impressions within.
Ethos finally owns a PlayStation Vita and is really, really enjoying it. What about the system does he like most and which games have caught his attention first? Click, read, find out, and then have the knowledge forever!
Ethos turns 28 today and is deciding to celebrate by posting a late and short Editorial Miscellany. In true Terrible Canadian fashion. Do not wish him well. He does not deserve it.
Ethos has been trying his hand at a few roguelikes recently and he is surprised to find that he has enjoyed every one so far. Click inside to see which games he has exactly been playing and whether or not he is an idiot for liking them.
Ethos got the chance a week ago to play a number of Nintendo games that were revealed at E3 and he decided to write about this for this week’s Editorial Miscellany. Efficiency or laziness? Read on to find out!
Ethos is rediscovering his love for video games in a huge way and his time at Castle Lusipurr only added to this fact. What does all that have to do with New Super Mario Bros. U? Read on to find out, silly!
In this edition of Editorial Miscellany, Ethos discovers the Super Nintendo for the first time and launches into praise for timeless games and how they are important to guide the current confused generation of games to eventually find their way.
Ethan played one Nintendo game and watched another. He has good things to say but sees the ways in which Nintendo has been its own worst enemy by looking at some of their design choices that occasionally operate in contradiction.