Archive for November, 2011

Game Music of The Week…

Thought I would keep it new release themed this week so yes it is the main theme “Nates Theme” From the Uncharted series.

I specifically mention series here because thats what struck me about this song. Think of all the major Hollywood blockbuster series that we have seen over the decades of cinema. Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Superman, Jaws, Lord of the Rings… they all have one thing in common and overarching theme song that stays true even when the series itself loses its wheels.

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GTAV – Going Going, Back Back To Cali Cali…


No other game conjures up as many questions and as much speculation than a Grand Theft Auto title. Where will it be? When will it be set? Who will it star? What can we do? Will there be skydiving? Will there be BigFoot(s)? Today’s first trailer answered at least one of these questions but raised so many more in the process.

 If you haven’t seen it yet well here you go…

Pants crappingly exciting isnt it???

Everybody else is having there say, so I wanted to throw my 2 cents worth of speculation into the proverbial hat.

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Game Music(s) Of The Week

In the wake of Grand Theft Auto III’s big 10th Birthday just last week and in the excitement of the coming Grand Theft Auto V first trailer ohh so very close I thought I would cheat with Game Music of the Week and by cheat I mean chose all GTA Soundtracks.

I thought I would throw together a choice cut from each game. The rest are all on YouTube so you savvy internet users know what to do if I didnt pick your favorite.

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Unchartered Territories: Proof That A Naughty Dog Can Teach Itself New Tricks…


The Uncharted series is an odd beast to describe when only looking at the sum of its parts. It seems to have copied from a lot of its peers, third person action with shooting, platforming and puzzle elements, sounds familiar right? But the gameplay mechanics are not total of the sum of the Uncharted games. To me the Uncharted series is the definition of “little touches” that most videogames lack. From the believable interactions and dialogue between the characters in the game to the incidental pieces of animation that only happen once in the entire game, Naughty Dog have proven that every little thing matters when trying to get everything right to epic proportions.

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