Nothing to do with video games you say? Too bad, this is my blog and I love singer-songwriters Shael Riley and Tom Waits both. So deal with it, and enjoy Shael's wonderful acoustic cover of this classic Tom Waits track.
One more battle.
Man I am dying to have that video game metal podcast. SOMEDAY! Until then, I just have to be content about merely writing articles about incredible VG metal like the latest jams from Lame Genie. Nothing but boss battles from the most intense bosses from the most classic games. FFVI, Super Mario RPG, TMNT, a personal all time favorite Kirby Super Star theme, and more are featured in this 6 track EP all for free download!
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On this week's episode I tackle the touchy topic of officially licensed video game rap. The kind of rap that gets the okay from multiple corporate heads as well as several composers and sound designers. I also bump the latest mashups from Nintendo inspired artists Toon Link and Lemmy Koopa, including the Parappa X Wale mashup pictured with this episode.
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Now that I've got an awesome capture card, as evidenced by a previous video, I decide to give the newly released Super Mario Maker the 'Let's Play' treatment. Join me as I show off the first couple levels I've stitched together, as well as a random assortment of levels and obstacles.
"An E-tank's worth of hip hop"
It's been a while since I tackled music by Random, but the man throws down rhymes at such a prolific rate that my reviews wouldn't even be over be edited before another album drops. No excuses though, Random is definitely at the top of the VG rap hill. Think of him as the Super Mario in that heroes screen from DKC2.
Random's rise to indie rap stardom (that has to be an oxymoron) has been prolific, which is why I felt safe in covering lesser known artists during Random's epic run and endless tours. With the semi-self titled latest though, I had to come back and talk about an artist I've been covering since 2007.
Frank and Anthony discuss the new animated web series Vixen from DC and Warner Bros Animation. We also go off on super tangents as we discuss super hero naming rules, the limits of animal based superpowers and more.
Another unboxing video for all you doubters who think this unboxing thing is just a phase. I'm going to unbox every box I receive and there isn't any stopping me. Well, unless I stop receiving packages...
Also, more dope tunes frrom Urban Flow, who is fast becoming the soundtracl to my YouTube page.
Be square my heart.
Tracks both new and old in the Square-Enix pantheon are featured in SquareLove, an EP that is essentially a preview of the fantastic compositions to come when The World Is Square's next full length album drops next year. Until that time, jam to some funky acoustic rearrangements of music from Bravely Default, FFIX, Breath of Fire, and Super Mario RPG.
Chart topping and Wily stopping
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Mega Ran has gone critical to bring us his latest, so i decide to discuss my own random fandom ever since I found out about Ran back in '07.
We've got the latest Mega Ran, Grimecraft discuss the latest Nintendo news, the upcoming Legend of Zelda Triforce Heroes, and the saddening delay of Star Fox Zero.
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I begin the long journey towards becoming a puyo master while jamming to Urban Flow's latest album, Melodic Bumps 4. The album gets cut a bit short due to some technical difficulties, but I plan for this series to continue so long as there is new music to bump! So be prepared for the bass, and the puyo blobs to drop.