Ethos adds to the celebration of Bound Together: An Earthbound playthrough by taking a look at the music that plays during the Fourside section of the game and its robust stylistic decision.
Ethos takes a moment away from his birthday celebrations to study a work from the original Mass Effect that has slightly more character than it may seem.
Ethos considers a short action-packed piece of chiptune music in "Stream" from Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse.
Ethos considers "Forest Temple" from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, composed by the legendary Koji Kondo.
In the third of his Nova Scotian diaries Ethos writes about the impact that games with simple stories can have when they are told correctly.
Ethos attempts to name-drop every 3D Mario title featured on consoles (and thus giving Imitanis RSI whilst adding italics to all the games). How does Super Mario Odyssey compare to titles going back to Super Mario 64? Read on to find out!
Ethos waffles on about the instability of his PlayStation Vita and the best conditions in which to play it. What is he droning on about in this first article since his long-awaited return to the site? Best go read the editorial to find out!
Ethos is finally for real, actually, truly, really leaving truthfully this time. He chose to go out on the same notes that defined his time writing for Lusipurr.com, that is to say that he wrote a fruity nebulous nothing about games he likes. Sorry.
Ethos hides an improvised rant about Resident Evil and the disappointing submission of Japanese game design values to North American shlock-fests behind the moniker of an Editorial Miscellany. Fun!
Ethos examines comedy in video games by opening with a premise, exploring that premise with examples and then asking the readers to participate in the discussion. How frightfully exciting!
Ethos has played RPGs all his life, so why is he starting to question the heart of the genre: the level-up mechanic? Because Ethos is a virus from Canada who hates joy and wants to wipe it from the planet.