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Composer Peter McConnell's Broken Age: On Grim Fandango, Future and Past

5 days 4 hours ago - Sumthing writes: Celebrating the album releases of Broken Age, and the recent re-release of the score for Grim Fandango are a very BIG deal. So m... | Interview | Industry

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Color Of The Spring : 25 Of The Greatest NES Soundtracks Ever Made Pt. 10

33 days 2 hours ago - Sumthing writes: It’s plausible (indulge me), to say that without Keiji Yamagishi’s 1989 album for Tecmo’s Ninja Gaiden, the video games industr... | Opinion piece | Industry

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Know Your Saints… Not Red Wet Mars: 25 Of The Very Best NES Soundtracks Ever Made Pt. 9

40 days 6 hours ago - Sumthing writes: Bionic Commando showcases Tamiya’s superb registry of dexterous italics: her sense of extending a dip or climb, that rolling soun... | Opinion piece | Industry

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More Death..Less Disco Dancer: 25 Of The Very Best NES Soundtracks Ever Made Pt. 8

47 days 8 hours ago - Sumthing writes: It’s Contra you remember most, but it shouldn’t be. Konami’s late 80’s action iconography turn stands mostly pale, absent of lips... | Opinion piece | Industry

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The Wii U Games You Need to Play in August

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Re-Issue, Repackage: 25 Of The Very Best NES Soundtracks Ever Made Pt. 7

60 days 3 hours ago - Sumthing writes: Despite the numerous setbacks and the scant prickly thistle with which they were given to work with, Strider NES was an ambition... | Opinion piece | Industry

From the Hot Afternoon: 25 Of The Very Best NES Soundtracks Ever Made Pt. 6

69 days 7 hours ago - Sumthing writes: A powerful piece of 80’s Japanese pop nucleus Rebecca, composer Akio Dobashi, now newly leased from the rigors of his record co... | Opinion piece | Industry

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Riding The Vapour Trail: 25 Of The Very Best NES Soundtracks Ever Made Pt. 5

75 days 6 hours ago - Sumthing writes: Think loose and play faster! It’s how composers Keiichi Suzuki and Hirokazu Tanaka perform 1989’s NES classic Mother, like some f... | Opinion piece | Industry

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Phantom Power: 25 Of The Very Best NES Soundtracks Ever Made Pt. 4

83 days 5 hours ago - Sumthing writes: Despite Snake’s Revenge being a sloppily ill-coordinated takeover of creator Hideo Kojima’s legendary series (shame this wouldn... | Opinion piece | Industry

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Graphic Track Loop: 25 Of The Very Best NES Soundtracks Ever Made Pt 3

90 days 1 hour ago - Sumthing writes: Despite everything contained within composer Naoki Kodaka’s recordings for 1988’s Blaster Master, and despite its master tapes in... | Article | Industry

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No Akihabara, No Problem: A Beginners Guide To Online Japanese Video Game Import Shops.

158 days 10 hours ago - Sumthing writes: Listen, I never thought it would get this bad: Video game collecting I mean. I have talked to you about this scourge before: buck... | Opinion piece | Culture

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Spinning Machines and Alien Power: Looking Back At Yuzo Koshiro's Darkest Masterpiece

185 days 9 hours ago - Sumthing writes: It’s 1993, and young, universally celebrated composer Yuzo Koshiro has grown tired. His living space is no longer his own, and mo... | Article | Culture

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Three Video Game Composers to See Before You Die.

230 days 4 hours ago - Sumthing writes: Shoji Meguro- I once wrote that posters of Shoji Meguro should be on every young person’s wall. That Meguro should be as revered,... | Opinion piece | Culture

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Pound For Pound, The Long-Playing Standing Ovation: The Top 4 Video Game Soundtracks Of 2014

254 days 9 hours ago - Sumthing writes: For those new to Meguro’s torrential storm of neon washed mish-mashed shapes, Persona Q: Shadow Of The Labyrinth is the quintesse... | Opinion piece | Culture

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The Final Session/s: My Psychoanalytical Last Call With Adam Jensen And Deus Ex: Human Revolution

283 days 6 hours ago - Sumthing writes: Deus Ex: Human Revolution brings with it a precise economy and wisdom to its sessions with you, as it cuts all costs through no... | Article | Xbox 360

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Sumthing Else Music Works Celebrates Shinji Mikami's Vanquish

348 days 2 hours ago - Sumthing writes: Few software titles from this previous generation have left me genuinely speechless, and I don’t just mean figuratively. The demo... | Article | Xbox 360

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Darkstalkers Vampire Sound Box: The Stunning Final Days Of Capcom House Band Alph Lyla.

355 days 13 hours ago - Sumthing writes: It’s the very, very late 1990’s and as the third installment of Capcom’s Darkstalkers completes its production cycle, so too do... | Article | Arcade

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Beats In My Head: The Very Best Of Composer Hideyuki Fukasawa's Street Fighter 4 Soundtrack.

384 days 4 hours ago - Sumthing writes: Theme Of Dudley- Dudley remains one of the most eloquent, stylish and beloved of Street Fighter 3’s cast. To top the likes of S... | Article | PS3

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Dance, Dance, Dance To The Radio: Celebrating Street Fighter Alpha 3's Surround Sound In Q-Sound

433 days 7 hours ago - Sumthing writes: Consider the emergence of Street Fighter Alpha 3 in the summer of 1998 as the end of your youth. While you might disagree, you sh... | Opinion piece | Arcade

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Looking Back At Killer 7: Suda 51's Daring Break Of The Seventh Seal.

524 days 2 hours ago - Sumthing writes: Killer7 is a game for which development should have ended with a real life tragedy. It should have gone down with the likes... | Opinion piece | GameCube

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Strider Returns: Composer Michael John Mollo On Scoring Capcom’s Legendary Ninja.

558 days 12 hours ago - Sumthing writes: When I heard Capcom and the development team at Double Helix were in the midst of creating a new Strider title I could BARELY sle... | Interview | PC

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NEW YOUTUBE GAMING FESTIVAL HITS LONDON THIS SEPTEMBER

Now - Legends of Gaming Live will take over the whole of Alexandra Palace, from the 4th - 6th September 2015. Packed with exhibitors showcasing the lates... | Promoted post
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