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RoadiePC

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  1. Wow. Thank you. Downloading now; I kicked ten bucks in, but limited funds prevent me from better expressing my gratitude. That makes my month, man. I may re-download/re-purchase later, when funds allow. ...I'm just blown away.
  2. I would gladly pay for it on a service like Bandcamp, especially with the upped bitrate. Also, is there a higher-res version of the album art?
  3. I just wanted to quickly voice how awesome this album is, even after nearly 7 years. Been listening to it on loop, softly, since I got home from work. Perfect thing to unwind to. Sent it to a couple friends tonight, I told them this was my go-to unwind/chill album. Two new fans now. Sorry to necro the thread; Just felt a little appreciation was in order. Skrypnyk, Thank you.
  4. Resurrection Games making Chrono Resurrection...Ohwait. Zanrai Interactive making Heaven Variant...Dammit. Barring that, they could do well with the Einhander IP.
  5. I'm really surprised this hasn't gotten a larger reaction around here. The game had a lot going for it(from what I saw), and the soundtrack will not be leaving my "Driving Music" playlist for the foreseeable future. A real shame about the game, but I gotta say, this sounds like you put your heart & soul into it, and it shows through. The scope of the soundtrack alone deserves mention--67 FINISHED tracks? Damn good stuff. Just let us know if you sign on to any other projects, since something like this could only be made better with a game to accompany it.
  6. I had an idea: Let site users contribute suggestions for one-off content. It could be a review of a niche/less known game, rumor/speculation on news(though NOT stuff everyone else has already covered), or perhaps some tiny indie game that most people haven't seen(For example, try looking up "Eversion"). The idea is to cover stuff specifically outside mainstream coverage, like your Japanese Youtube idea. Difference is, that section of the site could be anything, and because it's user-contributed, it would be like your entire viewerbase was doing the research for you. You could call it "Have You
  7. Not an OCRemix, but whenever I've needed it, Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings does the trick. The choir version, Agnus Dei, is equally powerful(same piece, just replacing strings with voices). Get some good headphones, kill the lights, listen to the whole ten-minute piece. Not exactly happy, but necessary. Ya gotta get it out of your system. Hope you feel better quickly.
  8. Any way to get your other(VP) releases?
  9. ...And wow, This should have more following. I know I post next to NEVER, but this dude's been giving out well-mixed, expertly crafted, hour-long sets of prime electronica(WITH tracklists!) Just. Because. He. Can. Seriously, it's good stuff.
  10. Awesome. Thank you for the tunes, and thank you especially for providing the .MP3 so I can have it on the go. Awesome stuff. Also, BLIND is on this set. Only stuff of his I've heard was 'First Day', so it's great to get more of Jordan's stuff. Between that and Zircon/Pix, this set is definitely one more thing to be thankful for.
  11. SotN? One word: Crissaegrim. ...Not TOTALLY gamebreaking, as it doesn't grant free health/invulnerability, but between soul-steal and dark metamorphosis, that's easy enough to come by that it invalidates most of the challenge of the game. I had two of them, and ignored them for a long time. Once I tried one, though, they were all I used.
  12. Kickass, man. Thank you for bringing back the mix sets. I know this might be a bit much to ask(so feel free to tell me to STFU), but would it be possible to add timestamps to the tracklist? I was gonna ask you via e-mail, but spaced on it. ANYONE WHO HASN'T LISTENED TO GT'S SETS: ...I am so sorry that you have missed out. Please correct this. Awesome tunes, cleanly mixed. I have all of his previous sets for long drives, and there's nothing better.
  13. .....I always thought it stood for OCRemix Anti-Plagiarism Squad.
  14. I Wrote them.....I apologize for the wall of text: Good day, my name is Mike Ponce, and I firmly request that you immediately cease and desist the hosting and sales of the following artists' music: 8 Bit Instrumental - http://8bitinstrumental.bandcamp.com 8 Bit Weapon - http://8bitweapon.bandcamp.com A_Rival - http://rivalrivalrival.bandcamp.com Aetherius - http://aetherius.bandcamp.com Alec Holowka - http://infiniteammo.bandcamp.com Alexander Brandon - http://alexanderbrandon.bandcamp.com Andrew Curnock - http://beattherapy.bandcamp.com Arkimedes - http://leitbur.bandcamp.com Benjamin Briggs
  15. I haven't written any, but I'm gonna try. I do have a Quick question: What if we want our reviews to count TOWARDS OA? ...Y'know, every major boss has minions. I mean, you even have to re-fight ALL the robot masters AGAIN before tackling Wily. Just a thought.
  16. Before I say anything, know this: I have ZERO musical training/theory knowledge. /disclaimer. I'm impressed with it, you can tell from some of the minor(one-note) changes that there's definitely an ear there, and it feels like a solid foundation, but a little vanilla. I would like to hear the backing strings beefed up a bit, especially since they are so strong & carry so much of the track. The piano flourishes are nice, but when they start so early, I'm left thinking that they're going to keep expanding in new directions, and they do, but then just return to the classic 'Never forget' moti
  17. Hey guys, I downloaded it for free(since, ATM, I'm broke as a joke), but I figured the LEAST I could do was say 'Thank you'. I've been throwing your names out to everyone I know since Suburbia's been my go-to-sleep album since it dropped(and STILL is). I just showed it to a friend yesterday. Hopefully the referrals count for something =Þ Good stuff, and thank you again.
  18. I tried to grab it, but all I'm getting is an invalid archive. Why do you taunt me?
  19. Listened to "Super VVVVVVeat Boy". Sold. [edit] ...By the way, I'm one of those guys who's always down to get free music, but never has enough scratch to support the scene and actually BUY. I just wanted to say that four bucks going in to support AWESOME music, along with a portion going to help a helluva tear-jerking story(your sister & her husband FTW), is a deal that can not, and SHOULD not, be missed. Ten bucks for ten tracks? I can't do it(not right now, anyway). However, four bucks for TWENTY tracks, with names like BGC, Zirc, and Souleye--Can't beat it with a stick. I guess what I
  20. Will there be someplace on the web where someone could nab an .MP3 of this awesomeness? I'd love to have this on-demand on my portables.
  21. This one's REALLY obscure, but pretty awesome too: Beat Blade Eagle 3-D(on the Sega Master System) without the LCD-Shutter 3D Glasses that came with it. They got stepped on by my toddler little brother. Took a couple hours, and caused a nasty headache for the 6-or-7-year-old version of me.
  22. There are some Final Fantasy VIII spoilers ahead, nothing story-related, minor gameplay-related. Anyway... This one's pretty random, but I'm still proud of it: FFVIII: Got to the final boss(Ultimecia, IIRC), her final form(the creepy one without a face), and somehow got all my characters annihilated within a couple turns, EXCEPT Quistis. Go figure. she was my "I don't care" character, so she had next-to-nil for Blue Magic(her unique ability), NO unique items, not even so much as special armor or a decent whip. She had all the hand-me-downs. So I beat Ultimecia using the only Blue magic I had,
  23. Well, I guess after Kinect, Move, Sixaxis, and the Wii, Sega HAD to do something...At least the idea's not a blatant rip-off of anything currently being hyped. I'd rather have to piss for points than just waggle something ELSE, right?
  24. I'm standing by what I said before; I'm still waiting for someone to claim identity theft stemming from this. I still think that as backwards as it may seem, their tactic of claiming theft to make themselves out to be the victims makes sense. Disagree if you want, I don't think any of us can prove nor disprove anything. It's all farts in the wind until something develops. I know, I know, they're offering complementary ID protection, but after the hellstorm that(I feel) they created, I'm surprised their "top-notch investigative team" hasn't found an IP address to track/subpoena/sue to hell an
  25. Just as a thought, why not call it something like metaphorical PaintBall. Imagine: you play an average of 6 hours of TF2/week, and you have a regenerating supply of "Black"(negative) and "White"(positive) markers(paintballs). -Markers regen at a rate of one per, say, 3 hours of game time -each steam account can have a max of, say, 3 markers -you can use one each each positive or negative mark once per day, ten times total PER PLAYER marked. -You cannot mark someone unless you're actively playing with them, and once you do, you cannot mark them again for at least 24 hours. So Jim, Todd, and And
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