John Teti

John Teti


John Teti is the editor and founder of The Gameological Society. John lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Anna Hrachovec. They have two dumb cats. Well, the cats are smart enough by cat standards. But still pretty dumb.

By John Teti

  • The Clocktower

    Not Getting Any Younger

    In The Clocktower, there’s no escaping the ravages of age.

  • Weird dice

    What the hell are these dice?

    Here’s an afternoon puzzler for you: What are these dice? We discovered them here at Gameological HQ today. Matt Kodner, one of the site’s intrepid editorial assistants, was opening a “mystery bag” of little tchotchkes that I picked up for him during a recent visit to Uncle Fun in Chicago. We’re mystified, and we wonder […]

  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

    The battle of the bulge: 10 games where players fight (or embrace) weight gain

    Press Start to give yourself a body-image complex!

  • Pet Rescue Saga

    Episode 13: Podcast Rescue Saga

    Evan Narcisse checks in with news from the console makers, Bonney Teti reviews Pet Rescue Saga, and Ellie Gibson lays out her video game indoctrination program for toddlers.

  • Nintendo 2DS

    The Nintendo 2DS will be another game thing you can buy

    Nintendo announced the Nintendo 2DS today, causing thousands of websites to report on it with the preface, “This is not a joke.” Such a disclaimer is unnecessary since anybody who is familiar with Nintendo’s sense of humor knows that they prefer to get their laffs by terrifying small children. Slated for release on Oct. 12, […]

  • I, Robot arcade game

    What crash?: 9 influential and groundbreaking games from 1983

    High points of game art from a low point of game commerce.

  • Saints Row IV

    It’s Funny Because It’s True

    Saints Row IV is an honest dealer of utter nonsense.

  • Graphics are pretty

    Confirmed: Games on the PlayStation 4 will be mostly prettier than games on the original PlayStation

    The good people at the PlayStation Access computer television channel are looking forward to the release of the PlayStation 4, so they put together a video chronicling the history of PlayStation graphics across all four generations of the PlayStation line. While this narrative controverts Sony’s official position that the release of the PS4 will mark […]

  • The Gameological button

    Gameological is taking it easy this week

    Hey, Gameological readers, it’s John Teti, the editor of this here webpage site. I’m out on vacation this week—my first since the site launch last spring, which is crazy—so Gameological will be publishing on a reduced schedule. Our assistant editor, Matt Gerardi, will be holding down the fort, so aside from fewer posts going up, […]

  • Final Fantasy 6

    Summertime And The Playing Is Easy

    Considering the qualities of the ideal “summer break game.”

  • Pretentious Game 3

    Keeping It Real

    Pretentious Game 3 dispenses with the pretense of pretension.

  • Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic

    Understudy Hall

    Which sidekicks outshine their heroes?

  • Boutros Boutros-Vader

    Model United Nations got pretty wacky (and ultra-competitive) when you weren’t looking

    Over the weekend, The New York Times published an account of today’s university-level Model United Nations programs, some of which are quite different, I assume, from the Model U.N. that I completely ignored in college. Rather than seeking out faux-international harmony through reasoned debate and understanding of political nuance, in certain circles Model U.N. is […]