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About Garpocalypse

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    I've been in love with game music since I first booted up Toejam n' Earl on Christmas day 1991. A decade later I majored in music. I love just about every form of music on the planet.

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  1. Can't see this getting old anytime soon.
  2. Stick just came in! Cheap m audio midi keyboard for scale. Should be ready for some serious T7'ing by this weekend.
  3. The PC version is extremely polished and runs without any issues. Every bit as stable as a console game which I find amazing. Still going to get a PS4 in a little while but this will help bide the time. Spent some time last night struggling to pull off some of my old juggles with an xbox PC controller. I have no idea how people do it with any consistency. I know Tekken is supposed to be a pad friendly fighter but trying to pull off more than a 6-8 hit was nearly impossible.
  4. It's finally out! Downloading the PC version now and I have my Hori fight stick on order. Going to do a few hundred dozen rounds over the weekend if anyone wants to join in. If you don't have my Steam ID PM me and i'll send it to you.
  5. This. This is the reason I have had such an addiction to Outrun 2019 for the past few years.
  6. If you're asking for some cringey sonic musicals....It's been done,
  7. I'll admit it took me awhile to accept Senoue's punk esque work for the Adventure games but I honestly don't know how EDM became THE sound for "classic" sonic. I know Generations had everything to do with that but honestly the classic rearrangements of those tracks didn't do a whole lot for me. I would have to say Power Metal would work the best with Sonic games and I base that on absolutely nothing but my own personal bias. Kind of like how this guy did. I'm digging the hell out of what they released so far for Mania tho.
  8. Huge fan of this game myself. Usually around the summer I start feeling the FFT nostalgia vibe pretty hard. I do currently have a short remix using Ramzas Theme and the Tavern theme awaiting judgement here on OCR but you can listen to it now on my YouTube channel.
  9. You might also want to look up Shevvanai from Best Service. I use it for a lot of similar parts and can vouch for it being an awesome set of female vox samples.
  10. Get an armless chair that you can sit up well in. Posture is key to avoiding injury over the long run. You might also want to build/buy a simple desk shelf to put your monitors (audio and that other kind) on to save desk space.
  11. My only real attempt to kick video games was the second semester of my sophomore year of college. Left all my consoles at home,uninstalled the games i had on my pc and went about my studies. After what was a pretty successful semester I returned home, went to gamestop, and spent upwards of $300 on all the games I missed. The first few weeks of the summer break I was engaged in the deepest, darkest,most unholy gaming binge i've ever had. Advice? Don't fight it, it always comes back around. As long as I have Sonic 2, Streets of Rage 2 , Resident Evil 2 and hope for a Freedom Planet 2. No, I will not stop playing. I do need to kick my overwatch addiction in the worst way though.
  12. Sounds like Sky Deck. yea that level is a glitch nightmare on the Dream cast version too. I still shudder when that name comes up.
  13. Pretty much everything after the first half of the first level in Comix Zone. I acknowledge that it was among the better games to come out at the end of the Genesis's run but it is a classic rage game . You only get one life, you die if you fall, and hitting obstacles to get through the level hurts you. wtf.
  14. Off the top of my head I would say Resident Evil had a great game over approach. Nothing like trying to get through an area deep in deep in the red, having a zombie sneeze on you, then everything fading to white. In second place would probably be FFT's haunting game over that stays with you long after you return to the title screen.
  15. That's a bit over the line considering how supportive Uematsu has been to the community here. HOWEVER!! your outspoken passion for SEGA and Takenobu Mitsuyoshi is deeply reciprocated! Can't go a summer without listening to Daytona's Skyhigh a few hundred dozen times. Don't forget the other classic SEGA greats like Hideaki Miyamoto, Hiroshi Kawaguchi and Yuzo Koshiro!