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About Synchronicity

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    The Importance of soundtrack for video games...

    Great games are defined by their music and vice versa. Final Fantasy I - X Chrono Cross Zelda Countless others...
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    Anyone have experience with NES repair kits?

    bought a 72-pin connector off of Ebay also for almost nothing. Nes works a treat just like in the good ol' days.
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    Seth Macfarlane's take on Mario...

    I think anybody who played and beat the original mario bros has felt the exact same way at some point. Princess shoulda put out. Sheeeeeeeeeeee.................
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    Nintendo's Big Press Conference

    I hate to say it but I'm totally unimpressed with Nintendo's lineup. The DSi, BFD. Punch Out is the only thing that sounds interesting enough to look into.
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    I would like to become a Video Game Designer

    Computer Science! 4th year! whoohoo almost done! degree time!
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    Thunder Force VI for the PS2? HOLY $@#*!

    Beat Perfect System for psx today. V was good but man... they really did it right when they made TFIV. IV by far the best! Hope VI can hang with IV...
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    Announcing... REVOLUTION

    Pretty freakin' sweet. I look forward to the release. Impressive!
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    Thunder Force VI for the PS2? HOLY $@#*!

    Just the other day I was like, "I'm going to get Lightning Force out and beat it again." I remembered how much fun it was to play when I was young not to mention the great music the genesis game had... Then, after I beat it and got my nostalgic fix I found out that there was a Thunder Force II, III, IV and V (little did I know lightning force here in the states is really Thunder Force IV). TF VI for PS2 was being developed but production ceased when the dreamcast was put down. I was like "Dang... that would have been a great game." And now all the news about TF VI... Happiness ensues.
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    Quite Possibility The Best Two Damn Songs From Anime

    Cowboy Bebop is totally unchallenged as far as music in a show goes IMO. It matched the mood and setting of the show perfectly. Yoko&Seatbelts = excellence.
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    I can see both sides of this argument. There have been some remixes that I was really excited to listen to when I seen what game and song it was. Well, the remix would not sound anything like the original and it just didn't make for that great of a listening experience. On the flip-side, there are some remixes I've listened to that sound totally unfreakin' believable just because the remixer put his/her own creativity to it and it just make an awesome listening experience every time you listen to it. Just sayin...
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    Internet Superstar's Martin Sargent interviews djpretzel!

    Ol' Martin looks like he put on a couple pounds... or is it just me
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    Toonami is dead

    to me it was dead along time ago... glad there's still adult swim
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    OCR Radio (streaming OC ReMixes 24/7)

    This is pretty neat with the whole vote and rating system. Thx
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    Happy Engagement, djpretzel!

    Congrats djp! Glad to seeya jump on board. I got hitched mid-August. Say goodbye to life as you know it, everything ends now.... Hah, just kiddin'!................................................................... (run while you still can)..... Congrats again, on to the I-Do's... (God Help you)
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    Apologies to the OCR crew

    Excellent point, you level up. C'mon now, I'm not a heavy trance listener but I know there's some good Trance out there. I just can't listen to it for a long time or else I'll go insane (trance out) from the monotonous pounding.