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  1. I just replayed this game on the PSP in the Sega Classics Collection, so awesome. This song is going right on my MP3 player, it's about time Golden Axe got some Remix love!
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    Zircon is famous

    I started an electroica station the other day and a few Zircon songs popped up, it made my day
  3. it's been awhile since I heard some good chiptunes *downloads*
  4. this makes my ears happy, i'm digging that low-fi sound. Keep up the good work!
  5. Siamey also has some great high-tempo mixes that make me move and (as stated above) you can't go wrong with Beatdrop
  6. This was awesome, Thanks again for the shoutout (Chief/Scrapbrain) Keep it up, good stuff!!
  7. I can't wait, this can't download fast enough haha
  8. I'd do a punk remix of 'Frontier Village Dali' from Final Fantasy IX. Fast rhythm guitar and drums, short and sweet, It'd make my day (this idea has been playing in my head for months...) but alas, talent is something I lack
  9. I really like this arrangement, the synth rocks my socks off. Two thumbs up!
  10. This thread is made of awesome and win also, Pogo (fagottron) is the man Upular is my favorite
  11. Storylines have gone downhill in the last several years, the only thing that keeps me clinging to JRPG's nowadays is that I still like turn-based combat systems. I used to play RPG's strictly for the story as well, but it's just not the same now as it used to be, so I spend my days re-living the glory days of the RPG on the SNES I still hope the PS3 will have some decent RPG's for me to sink my teeth into though
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    The Blog Thread

    oh what the hell http://earjack.blogspot.com mostly about gaming, but I also post papers I write annonymously for college classes i'm not enrolled in here...not a whole lot lately, but I'm gearing up for another update here soon
  13. every once in awhile I'll listen to some music from a game i've never played. I've gotten into the habit of checking the OCR front page for new music, and when I find something totally awesome, I'll check out the source tune and (in some rare cases), I'll end up playing a game based off a few songs/remixes I really liked. I also have that nostalgia connection thing where I don't want to listen to the music if I haven't played the game, but I'm trying to break that. I've been paying attention to artists/composers that have a reputation for making good music and I'll go seek their discography to see if whatever else they've made is good and that will always give me music from games i've never played...it's really hit or miss, but i've heard some really awesome stuff getting music this way
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    360 or PS3?

    I own a PStriple and I'm enjoying all the features and so far I haven't had any problems with it. I think it comes down to a matter of personal preference really. the most important thing to look at is exclusivity between the two consoles and decide which one has the games that appeal to your personal tastes. One thing I will say is that if you decide to buy a PS3, look for the older models that still have PS2 backwards compatibility, it's worth the price to know that the last ten years of gaming content is still available to you if you get the sudden urge to play a classic PS2 game
  15. I'm psyched for both titles honestly, FFXIII should be a welcome distraction for those of us on both PS3 and X360 who need a good chunk of RPG meat to sink our teeth into, the amount of RPG's this console generation has been pretty disappointing The KH/KH2 team working on Versus is what sells that game in my opinion
  16. This is sounding awesome! My ears are now happy
  17. The batman track is a great update to the original, the instruments sound really good! that being said, I agree with TheHands on these songs, they sound like more of an update than a remix. It's nearly identical to the original in terms of melody and lacks variation. Mix it up a bit and don't be afraid to play with the melodies...the Batman track desperately needs an awesome solo of some kind, but that's just my opinion
  18. sounds good, aside from being a tad soft and a bit on the short side. Don't be afraid to improvise and stray from the source melody if it'll help flesh things out!
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    I read on comingsoon.net that the black frieghter will be released as a seperate animated feature on DVD/Blu-ray alongside the theatrical release in March...not sure exactly if they're going to include it in the DVD release of the movie, but i'm sure there will be some 'ultimate collectors edition dvd' or something that includes it later on.
  20. Hopefully this project will pick up some momentum, I played the shit outta MM4 when I was a kid, it would bring back some awesome memories
  21. my strongest gaming memories: My father bought us an NES when I was a kid, and he sat down to play punch out. He got halfway through and became frustrated. He threw the controller and got up to go make a sandwich, leaving me in the living room with the console on. When he came back with his plate of food and a glass of soda, I was farther along in the game than he was, and he sat down to watch me play until we reached Mike Tyson (and got murdered). -- I attended the 2006 Cyberathletic Professional League (CPL) in Dallas, Texas with my clan Deus Motus. After flying there from Virginia, spending more money than we had, being fatigued and losing the tournament, One of my teammates and I sat down to watch the final Quake III match of the tournament and cheering along as CZM won the tournament. It was at that moment that I realized why I loved the sport so much. -- I was managing Deus Motus when we went to the world Series of Videogames in Louisville, Kentucky in 2007. Since I had to pay the registration fee to get into the tournament, my Clan members urged me to enter a tournament because it was free after registration, so while I had teams playing in the WoW, Quake 3, and guitar Hero tournaments there, I decided to enter into the Fight Night Round 3 tournament. the stage manager asked me for my information, (my handle, age, home state etc) and asked me how long I had been playing Fight Night. I confessed that it was my first time and he dropped his clipboard. When I finally got on stage (which was shaped like a boxing ring with two flat screen panels in the center with Xbox 360's underneath them), a microphone descended from the ceiling and my opponent and I were announced. He told us to fight, and he swung the microphone in my direction as it began to lift back up into the rafters, and just as the microphone passed by my face, I looked at my opponent and said "Do you know the controls?" and my voice echoed over the loudspeakers at the tournament booth. It was really funny -- Landing my first real job in the gaming industry was also a major high-point for me (I can't specify where because I am still employed there haha) there are a bunch of other memories, but those are the strongest (plus I don't want to bore you)
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