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Kurt and His Balls

Let’s Player Braindead Games puts together a montage of his funniest clips featuring “tough guy Kurt” from his Pokemon SoulSilver playthrough. Also, he has a surprise for those patient enough to make it to the end of the video, and I have it on good authority (being that I happen to be Braindead Games) that this surprise is a teaser for a much bigger project….

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YouTube

Trailer: Diggin’ in the Carts

“A new web documentary series exploring the secret history of Japanese video game music, featuring Flying Lotus, Dizzee Rascal, Just Blaze, Joker, Fatima Al Qadiri, Kode9 and more. 69 more words

Documentary

INTERVIEW: Laura Ellis, the Singing Voice Behind CONTRAST, Talks



A few years ago, “shadow” games were all the rage. Games like Limbo introduced a cool new perspective and showed that games can be amazingly good even if they are graphically simplistic. 1,751 more words

Gaming

Episode 16: Viva la Indie! #indiedev

Download Episode 16: Viva la Indie! (MP3 – Right click and “save as…”)

The PixelTunes guys are back with a sack full of indie titles!  We pick our favorite tracks from our favorite games, and round off the collection with a pair of EXCLUSIVE songs from forthcoming titles by… 227 more words

Podcast

Graduate Student Musicologists Break Into the Field

Two musicology students have recently had exciting achievements and experiences:

Ph.D. candidate Jessica Kizzire has a chapter titled “‘The Place I’ll Return to Someday': Musical Nostalgia in Final Fantasy IX” in the recently published… 159 more words

University Of Iowa Musicology

DISTANT WORLDS: Music from Final Fantasy

Confession: When I was first introduced to the concept of Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy (back in 2013), I was not entirely convinced that it would be my cup of tea (or bottle of Phoenix Down). 1,055 more words

Final Fantasy

WD - Rainwave.cc, The Home of Video Game Music

Video game music has a very special place in my heart; more often than not, I listen to video game music when studying, writing stories, or working on projects. 408 more words

Games