8BitBliss

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About 8BitBliss

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    Eggplant Wizard (+50)

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    San Diego

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  • Biography
    I've been playing video games since I was 3. I work in the video game industry. Video games will be and always have been a part of my life.
  • Real Name
    Adam Clegg
  • Occupation
    QA Tester / Design Apprentice
  • Xbox Live Gamertag
    Cleggings
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    Cleggings

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    Piano
  1. I just want to be able to ghetto DJ mix it, so where its 1 continuous track and the songs overlap each other. end of song 1 is playing, song 2 is playing in the background but at a lower volume then song 2 gets louder and song 1 ends.
  2. sorry, I didnt know where to post it :/ Thanks though i'll check it out.
  3. Hey guys, So my g/f wants me to make some CD's for her bday party this weekend and I wanted them to sound like a smooth continuous track sort of like a DJ mix instead of just playing track after track with pauses in between holy run on sentence batman! What do you guys recommend I get. All I want to do is fade songs in and out or lay tracks on top of each other. Help please o.o Thanks!
  4. I was talking about the 2d genesis sonics. The last 3d sonic I played was Sonic Adventure. You're telling me that you can't charge spin in sonic 2 or 3? Or turn into super sonic? Did you even read my post? Also, for the time (Early 90's) that was hands down the fastest moving platformer game ever made. So yes I still think speed is a huge factor, Big Boss! I'm also very impressed with your 6000+ posts, that means you are much wiser than me.
  5. It was never about speed yet it was the fastest platformer ever to come out at the time. Also everything sonic did implied speed like the constant running (animating that his feet were moving so fast they just became a circle), the speed charges, the springs and ya... SUPER SONIC, oh yea his name SONIC. lol if you don't think the game was speed oriented maybe you were just playing it wrong. You sound very angry, like sega peed in your porridge .
  6. Blind, you're work is incredible. It's a shame you don't make music for video games. If I was a guy in charge of things like that I'd make sure you'd be doing VG BGMs and getting P-A-I-D Keep up the good work man! You'll get your jackpot one day.
  7. In the event I'm ever in charge of developing a video game and it has great music. don't let the sound effects ruin the music AND make sure music persists through screens.
  8. So after listening to just the music for so long. I went back and played the game. The composer (Tim Follin) got so screwed over on his awesome songs cause of 2 major reasons. 1. The sound effects were louder and stomped over everything you could hear in the song. All you hear the whole time is your gunfire. 2. The game was very hard, and every time you died (which was usually about every 10-30 seconds) the damn song started over. So not nearly enough people were exposed to the greatness!!! Life Lesson Learned!
  9. Metroid Zelda Mega man 2 Super Mario 3 Kirbys adventure
  10. I can't wait to hear the rest of it! Mainly the beginning. Good stuff
  11. Guilty as charged. I guess I was more intrigued as to why, then as to who. My bad Meph
  12. So I know people keep straying away from the original topic at hand but here's what I have to say after I've read everything you wrote Meph. Like I said before, I believe that you have missed the train by about 10-12 years. You weren't around when there was nothing else to play and/or at the time nothing else that looked better. You started playing games, a lot of games in the N64/Xbox era so its natural that everything before that looks like a piece of trash and you can't enjoy it at least the way I did. I'm guilty of the same thing. I can't play a "classic" atari or intellevision game for more than 5 min without going OMFG THIS IS HOORRRRIBLLEEE. That's because the first stuff I was ever exposed to were the AMAZING graphics, sound, gameplay and control of the Nintendo Entertainment System. So all in all I feel bad because we're reletavely close in age and I feel like you could have enjoyed a lot of the classic games if you grew up around it as much as I have. It's just sort of a technical generation gap if you will. If there is one thing I would suggest doing, is not play the classic games, I feel like it's too late for that. But being this is a VG music forum, at least try to listen to some of the classic soundtracks. I mean music is music is music right? I think we can all agree on that. You should open yourself up to some of the great video game soundtracks of the late 80's and 90's. Cause honestly this site would not be around if it weren't for the music from those eras.
  13. This thread wasn't about you bahamut, it was about the OP mephisto
  14. Guys and gals, everybody stop the discussion right here. His first console was N64 with limited games, even then he sold it for pc games. So his first real system that he got into was Xbox. Sorry Mephistio, like it was stated by Sould Sprint. Nothing beats Nostalgia. So while most of us here were really into games way back in the ATARI/NES SNES/SEGA days. You missed the train by about 10-12 years. That is probably why you don't like older games. /thread