“This is a bonus video, outside the usual realm of Game Maker’s Toolkit. Here, I’m talking about the strengths of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s soundtrack.” – Mark Brown (youtube.com)
“An old, gloomy, mysterious psychiatric hospital. Somewhere deep in the woods, in the mountains, in the middle of nowhere. Narrow, paneled corridors, piles of furniture and documents, some computers, telephones. Severed heads sitting on theRead more!
“The world of Valkyria Revolution is heavily influenced by the European industrial revolution, drawing upon thematic elements from the time period and integrating them into a war of liberation.” – gameinformer.com Read the Full ArticleRead more!
“JRPGs are basically games designed to use a bunch of talking and combat as an excuse to blast killer soundtracks at you for hours and hours on end. This story was originally published in SeptemberRead more!
“Take your composition career to the next level at High Score: Composition and Sound Art for Gaming, a new one day event dedicated to the art of creating music for games. Across four sessions, leading composersRead more!
“Okay. I say “ode,” but I’m not going to be writing any poems. This is merely a tribute to the Persona 5 soundtrack and how impactful it is. Often times, the music we hear inRead more!
“It’s Friday, so why not relax and have your heartstrings tugged by some familiar harmonies of years past? Nostalgia can be a large part of what holds our interest in games as we age, andRead more!
“War never changes, and the most recent game from the Battlefield series is one of the greatest examples from this industry which shows how horrible the state of armed conflict can be. Scenes presented inRead more!
“Over the last few days I’ve been listening to those “science” curated playlists: ones supposedly designed to make you more creative, more productive, that sort of thing. Up until that point, however, I was aRead more!