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Submitted by Shaungamerthumb 605d ago | opinion piece

The gaming melody - is it dead?

Think about it: when did you last hear a catchy new gaming melody? What's the last great melody you can recall getting stuck in your head?

Some of the sharpest memories I have of my childhood gaming are actually sounds, not visions.

From the famous Super Mario Bros theme to the title screen of Ocarina of Time, I grew up in the golden era of gaming melodies. An era that many won’t get to experience. (Culture, Donkey Kong , Halo, Mario, Retro, Tetris, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves)

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