It's Episode 7 of the VideoGamer.com Podcast, but there's only one Deadly Sin in sight: Sloth. There's barely a game on the horizon, and as such we're all lazing about. Also, we resemble hairy, slow-moving tree mammals.
With the release of Deus Ex: Human Revolution just around the corner, we look back to the game that started the franchise - the standard that Eidos Montreal must now beat.
Every Monday we'll pick out the best of the bunch, link to our reviews and previews and keep you in the video game loop so you have enough time to pre-order for Friday's post.
This week it's iPhone and Android platformer Cordy, Project Dust, Demon's Souls and Quiz Climber.
The three home console platforms are pitted against one another to decide which deserves to leave with the championship belt and which had better up its game.
Neon vents spleen on the decline of George Lucas' saga, arguing that video games are almost as much to blame as the prequel trilogy. Almost, but not quite.
Android phones might not be as good for your social status as an iPhone, but there's no doubt that they are a growing force in the mobile market. We looked at the best games on the Android Marketplace that can be downloaded completely free of charge.
"A man who knows he is a fool is not a great fool," or so said the ancient Chinese philosopher Chuang Tsu. And what does this have to do with Episode 6 of the VideoGamer.com podcast? I have absolutely no idea.
Martin has been keeping a diary of his progress in UFC Personal Trainer, which should shed some light on what it's actually like for a grumpy fat person to attempt one of its 30-day programs.