Watch the opening movie for Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth

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Check out the opening movie for upcoming 3DS title Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. The Atlus game launches November 25, 2014. Music is Maze of Life by Shoji Meguro.

The Persona-users cross time and space to assemble as a new tale unfolds... Coming 11/25/2014 for Nintendo 3DS. For more information: http://www.atlus.com/personaq/

Chrono Trigger's Wind Scene by 8 Bit Instrumental

As most gamers my age, I am absolutely in love with nearly every aspect of the Square classic Chrono Trigger. The game originally launched on the SNES in 1995, and essentially decimated all competitors to the RPG throne. One of the reasons this game is so well regarded is the unbelievable breadth, style, and memorability of the soundtrack. Yasunori Mitsuda was the composer for Chrono Trigger, which was the first game he ever headed in such a major capacity.

The video above is a 2008 rendition of Wind Scene from the Chrono Trigger soundtrack by 8 Bit Instrumental, from their album The Number of the Bit. 8 Bit Instrumental is a group of Brazilian musicians who have spent years arranging amazing live renditions of classic video game themes. Relax and let the sounds of Chrono Trigger sooth you before that next big boss battle.

Youtube description of "8 Bit Instrumental - Wind Scene (Chrono Trigger)

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Uploaded on Dec 16, 2008 ___ Música que faz parte do álbum "The Number of the Bit" (dez/2008). Essa versão foi gravada ao vivo. Baixe a versão do álbum no nosso site. ___ This song is part of the album "The Number of the Bit" (dec/2008). This version was recorded live. To download the album's version access our bandcamp.

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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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The Flight Away uses Sega Genesis to create vibrant pop melodies in Sega Swing

Perhaps it is because of the shadow of Michael Jackson that lives on in the Sega Genesis' FM chip. Maybe it's the pop sensibilities of Jun Senoue and Crush 40 from the Sonic The Hedgehog series. All I know is that the Genesis is custom built for the catchy synth sounds captured in The Flight Away's latest album, Sega Swing.

Pop music isn't always the most well-liked, especially in a genre as niche as VG inspired Genesis sampled chiptune music, but those pop sensibilities are necessary and very much appreciated as I continue to adventure through the vibrant depths of video game inspired music.

Game Music 4 All Christmas Concert 12/17/10

Purchase tickets at http://gallerynucleus.com/event/291 (presale tickets are now available to order!) Tell us you are attending on facebook: facebook event page

The weather is turning cold and the nights are growing longer, and it looks like it is the perfect time for another Game Music 4 All concert! On Friday December 17th, 2010 be prepared to dance the cold away with a night of amazing chiptunes and nerdcore!

December 17th, at 7PM at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, CA some of the best chiptune and video game inspired musicians in California will come together to celebrate the gamer season. Not only that, but there will be some cool merchandise for sale, as well as classic and modern video games on freeplay throughout the night! Celebrate the holidays surrounded by the bleeps and bloops of your childhood. Relive the sounds of classic video games and dance the night away!

Speaking of artists, performers include...

A_Rival (rivalrivalrival.bandcamp.com) virt (biglionmusic.com) EvilWezil (myspace.com/evilwezil) Wet Mango (http://www.gameboybeats.com/) Mike Bleeds (myspace.com/bleedsss) Wizwars (myspace.com/wizwars) Flying Fortress (illgill.com) and DJ sysop providing video game inspired tunes throughout the night

Details: Friday, December 17th Doors Open 7PM $10 Presale Tickets $15 At the door

Gallery Nucleus 210 East Main St Alhambra CA 91801 www.gallerynucleus.com