Rezonance Reviews The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

In the premiere episode of ReZonance Review, the Elder Scrolls: Skyrim soundtrack is under the microscope. Rez discusses the atmosphere of the music, as well as how it fares as a stand alone album. What is his verdict for the immense original score to the wildly popular game for PS3 and 360?

Watch the video, and find out.

I wish I could add more about the Skyrim soundtrack myself, but unfortunately that can not be. As a person that is daunted by lengthy games, I have yet to venture into Skyrim, nor any other Elder Scrolls title to date. There is something quite scary these days when a video game tells me I will have hundreds of hours of enjoyment. For a person like myself who prefers to dive into something voraciously, then discard it a week later, sinking months of leisure time into one title is not the way I get my video game fix these days.

What I also don't tend to enjoy these Hollywood, high-production atmospheric scores. They are too reminiscent of forgettable movie scores, and like Rez states in the video, can sometimes lead to easily forgettable music. Admittedly though, I would love to see and hear Dragonborn performed live by a symphony.

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Published on Nov 7, 2012

SkyrimReZ Reviews Skyrim. Music in games can be all over the place, but if one word describes Skyrim, it'd be legendary! Skyrim's the first to go up, so you'll see where i put it on the scoreboard

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ReZonance is where you go for video game soundtracks. I've always loved the music in video games, and reviewing them is my way to show my appreciation, and spread my love of gaming music.

Perplexing Pixels #28: PS3 Fighting Games

In episode 28 of the Perplexing Pixels show, Attack Slug and Grim partner up to take on a variety of current-gen fighting games. The duo locks gloves in Street Fighter IV, a personal favorite of mine in King of Fighters XIII, and the recently released indie fighting game Divekick. Afterwards, Grim announces his ratings for each. Check out the full episode of Perplexing Pixels to find out if Attack Slug could convince Grim of each game's worth.

Published on Aug 23, 2013

@attackslug @grimstoyshow --- In this episode Attack Slug attempts to teach Grim how to play fighting games on the PS3 and we PUNCH, KICK, IT'S ALL IN THE MIND. --- Attack Slug, a life long gamer attempts to teach Grim from Grim's Toy Show how to play some of the most fun exciting and popular video games across as many platforms and consoles as we can capture. We call this series Perplexing Pixels! Why you may ask? Because Grim doesn't have the faintest idea on how to complete levels, gain achievements, connect with other players, or even manage the controller in his hands. Join us as we play games from past and present on Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Nintendo Wii, mobile and whatever other systems we can figure out how to grab a video feed from. --- Like/Comment/Subscribe and join us for new videos, reviews, and other nonsense. youtube.com/attackslug youtube.com/supersillypop

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