Watch The Bystanders play Shadow of the Colossus part 2

It's finally Anthony's turn to show how to really kick colossus. He only barely disappoints!

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Watch The Bystanders play Shadow of the Colossus part 1

Frank kicks things off as he takes on the very first colossus, to shocking results!

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Brian Cubria's Video Game Piano Arrangements Vol. 1 available to purchase

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Incredible piano arrangements from a variety of games, all rearranged with great care in Brian Cubria's Video Game Piano Arrangements Vol. 1. Little flourishes and references in each song will warrant intense repeated listening for fans of games such as Final Fantasy VII, Shadow of the Colossus, Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and personal favorite, the intro stage theme from Mega Man X.

I do have to admit, my favorite track just tends to be the one I'm listening to, since they are all so impressive.

The album is available for $50 MXN (according to Bandcamp, about $4 USD) and is definitely worth the price. You can also find more of Brian Roke's music via his SoundCloud page.

ReZonance reviews music of Shadow of the Colossus

Shadow of the Colossus - ReZonance soundtrack review ReZonance looks back at Kow Otani's Shadow of the Colossus soundtrack. In his latest soundrack review, ReZonance discusses how the music impacts the gameplay, and the varied orchestral themes. Sit back and take in the sights, and especially the sounds of Playstation 2 classic Shadow of the Colossus.

I said I'd eventually get around to reviewing Shadow of the Colossus, and ReZonance Reviews Shadow of the Colossus for you today :D. Definitely one of my all time favorite games and the music is just as awesome. Plus, who doesn't love battling giant creatures. GIANT DIRT KAIJU BATTLE GOOOO!

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Starring/Written/Edited by Nate Moore

Intro song covered by Andrew Virgin.

ReZonence 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 

Nobuooo 10.08 Update

The Nobuooo update for the month of October is now up! This month covers topics such as Into the Score's look into the soundtrack of Shadow of the Colossus, the soundtrack to upcoming game Siren, the new international release of the Final Fantasy Remix album, and also Larry "Liontamer" Oji discusses OverClocked ReMix, and the upcoming SF2 HD remix album. Check out the video below!

Into The Score 22 - Symphony of the Colossus

Anyone who knows me is usually aware of my undying love of every ounce of brilliance that is Shadow of the Colossus. I was obsessed with that game from beginning to end and over again. Now it probably sits atop the list of my favorite games of all time. One amazing aspect of the game was the wonderful orchestral soundtrack from the fantastic Ko Otani. Apparently ever hardworking Kenley of the ever amazing and too often overlooked Into The Score podcast loves the music as well, and decided to dedicate Episode 22 - Symphony of The Colossus to it. Hurry up and head over to his site and download the new episode. As with all his other episodes, it is definitely worth a listen!