For the most glutinous of holidays, Mel has assembled a veritable platter of thankfulness. Each course represents a part of how he came to love videogames. To enjoy the meal, just click the link and reminisce about the good old days of being Mel.
Ethos played a lot of Dragon Age: Inquisition over his staycation. Like, a lot a lot. He likes it well enough, but cannot shake the feeling that BioWare is still missing something after its tumble with EA. Read on.
This week Bup reveals the deep, dark secret of Steam Greenlight. A secret not even the Illuminati-controlled government wants the people to know about. Reptile aliens. Mind-control fluoride. Tinfoil hats.
In a look at how games can help the recovery process, Mel shares a couple stories of his own time spent recovering with games. Escapism can be a vital tool, not just a form of entertainment. Click on through and acquire some medical benefits!
This is it. This is my life now. I suppose I should just give in and go with it. No point in fighting. No point in having a goal or hopes. No point in dreaming. No point in breathing.
Mel continues his look at game endings by taking a look at game beginnings. They tend to be his favorite parts of games. Come look inside to see why that might be, and why endings can be the weaker element.
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.
Yeah, Bup loves Steam Greenlight. He loves it so much. It is amazing. Everything is amazing.
Mel writes about game endings and their impact on the player as well as the rest of the game. What should a game ending do and what should it be comprised of? What counts as a game’s ending? All these matters and more are just one click away!
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.