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  1. Instead of Creating a new thread for every mix, I'll take a page out of Eluukkanen's book (and all who've done this before them) and start posting remixes to a single thread...instead of making a new thread everytime. So here we have a Samurai Shodown remix this time around that do hope you all enjoy.
  2. Hello everybody, REMEMBER CITADEL, Germany's only video game music collective band, is about to release its second four track EP. As an appetizer for the full thing we (or me, this time) put together a little music video of its first track, Old Friends, from the awesome Transistor soundtrack. Feel free to check it out, comment, and also leave a like at: https://www.facebook.com/remembercitadelband/
  3. Hello everyone. Long time OC remix appreciator, occasional poster, and overall easy going guy Today I'd like to share with all you lovely people at OC remix something of my own idea.... even though the concept may already be similar to what some other youtubers have done, however with my own unique flare on things! So the purpose of this thread, is obviously to get some constructive feedback, on ways I can improve it, or thoughts, if you love the series, well that's awesome, I'm doing something right aren't I? Essentially I play a game picked at random by a spinner designed by my wife, graphics work done by me, and then I play that game for approximately 10 mins, using Shotcut as my video editor and Audacity as my audio recording software, edit the video, then add my commentary in after doing the edits. However I try and leave in as many stuff ups, screwups and deaths as possible to make the game more real, I tend to just remove loading screens, dialog, or anything that takes away from the actual gameplay itself. The reason I do that? Well I believe it creates a more realistic feel to the video that way. Initially I thought of an idea, and was going to call it throwback thursdays... then was told that this idea was tried TOO often, or too mainstream / wouldn't work, I have a small following on twitter, so I put out a vote on a new series name, and the name Casual couch gaming won. So here ladies and gentlemen, is a link to my Youtube series of Casual Couch gaming, which I update weekly with new videos. Now this isn't just a shameless self promotion, I also wanted to talk about the concept of a spinner, no I'm not talking about fidget spinners.... get out of here with that nonsense... I already have the spinner designed and have used it as seen in the series, I've since done a visual overhaul to the spinner slices, and had my wife whom is a coding goddess make some major changes to it visually. Do you think an informational video showing the first version, and now the polished final product would be interesting or nah? I really want to share my story, or at least be proud of my work, like yes my wife did the coding, but I had to do the leg work of sourcing the images, and logos, using GIMP photo editor to create each slice individually, was an arduous task, and I rushed it initially... but I wasn't happy with it, so I redid the pieces all over again, with better quality and more patience than the original spinner. Anyway I don't want to make this post TLDR. Would love to hear your thoughts and opinions! From your casual gamer Magnus_Tsunami
  4. Alright guys, next cover of our upcoming four track demo, hope you like it (can you guess which video game music related band inspired us the most? ). We are proud to bring bring you back this classic gem from the 80ies in all its 8-bit fuzziness: Check out our Facebook page to stay updated: http://www.facebook.com/remembercitadelband/
  5. This Tuesday, my monthly gamer party, Gamer's Paradise Party, returns to Cobra Arcade Bar in Downtown Phoenix. As per usual, it is free and will feature indie dance music along with video game remixes all night. More details here!
  6. This is it: Our final demo track is a tribute to the man who composed your childhood, Koji Kondo, with a medley of different pieces from various stages of his career. I am sure you will get the songs featured, right? We tried to approach the jazzy feel of his orchestrations by having our tribute in a similar overall feel, that we hope pleases your ear: Please leave feedback and like and share our FB page to expect more cover versions soon: www.facebook.com/remembercitadelband/ Rock On, RemCit
  7. Hey guys, we would like to show you the third track of our upcoming demo, a little tribute to Akira Yamaoka and one of his greatest works: Please feel free to like, comment and share and check out our band page to be surprised for a special treatment for our next and final demo track: https://www.facebook.com/remembercitadelband/ Best regards RemCit
  8. Alright, so I'm involved in a collaboration channel (started out as a group thing, people lost interest) between me and a friend of mine, and I got gaming videos and such. Some and any feedback on...well anything after that Lavender Town cover would be greatly appreciated, as I would like to know any ways I can improve my videos in general. The one I left here is part of a series we have called Console Clashing. Basically, think gaming related editorials in video form. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7vysV2e17c (I have no idea how to embed, so...here you go.)
  9. I kinda realize what Capcom wanted to go for in Juri's SFV theme. And I actually somewhat like it. BUT, to be honest, we all know it doesn't fit her. So, here's my take on it.
  10. Broken Synth Presents… [ GAMER’S PARADISE ] ゲーマー パラダイス Gamer’s Paradise Party is a party for gamers by gamers at the best arcade in Phoenix: Cobra Arcade Bar. Enjoy DJ selections curated for gamers by electronic music artist and chiptune junkie, MERCURIUS FM (me). Play video games for free while you select drinks from a fully stocked bar. Grab free swag and music while you enjoy the vibes. Oh yeah, and there’s NO COVER! Share this event for a special sticker at the event! RSVP to Upcoming Events: https://www.facebook.com/gamersparadiseparty/events Features: TOKEN TUESDAY: FREE TOKENS W/ DRINKS NO COVER! FULL BAR & COLD DRINKS 40+ RESTORED ARCADE MACHINES FREE MUSIC AND STICKERS 21+ HERE COMES A NEW CHALLENGER!!!!! The first person to beat the DJ in a fight of Street Fighter 3 Third Strike gets a drink on the DJ! DJ: MERCURIUS FM Music: VGM REMIXES TRAP FUTURE FUNK JERSEY CLUB PHILLY CLUB BMORE FRENCH HOUSE & MORE When: EVERY TUESDAY @ 9PM Where: Cobra Arcade Bar 801 N 2nd St #100 Phoenix, AZ 85004 Partners: Cosplay & Fan Gear Mercurius Creative, LLC BROKEN SYNTH
  11. The US release date for Star Ocean 5: Integrity and Faithlessness
  12. Ratchet and Clank release The new game based on the movie based on the first game April 12th, 2016
  13. The release of Dark Souls III, April 12th 2016