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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.
Want to see some awesome Steam Greenlight games? Well, they will never be seen because there will never be a good Greenlight game. Kiss it, Steam!
Lusipurr celebrates the first week of the site-wide Vagrant Story playthrough with his own version of The Financial Times, uniting economics-and-finance specialist panelists Ethos, Mel, and SiliconNooB for the inaugural report of the Wall Market Urinal.
Dyack returns once again from the grave, Xbots feel entitled to defraud Microsoft, and PS4 sales are coming along in leaps and bounds in the news of the week!
Mel breaks from pontificating to give a simple and fun and unordered list of his personal favorite RPG battle systems. Come inside to see that Mel really likes turn based games apparently. Add to the list in the comments section!
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.
Weyland-Yutani is up to their HILARIOUS antics again in Alien: Isolation, reviewed by everyone’s favorite Bup! Expect lots of ACME-made contraptions, safes falling on heads, and terrifying alien creatures skewering people with spiked tails.
Confronted by a ledger sheet full of maths and sums, Lusipurr readies his slide rule and delivers some Consumer Advice, and SiliconNooB takes a holiday from inebriation to present more of the inane burblings that are symptomatic of Ubisoft’s Verbal Ebola.