One of the chief ways in which a video game comes off as an art piece is through its use of music. And one of the recurring themes in video game music is the “Forest theme”.
I’ve been through two PlayStation One’s that stopped working because of lens problems, two PlayStation 2’s, a slim and a regular black one, that just decided they had had enough, an Xbox that cried itself to sleep, a Gamecube that became a paperweight, and a PS3 that’s rapidly deteriorating and recently refuses indomitably to run even its own PS Store.
But you know what? My Super Nintendo still works. In fact, it works just fine. Works better than my PS3.
Have you ever played so many games that you feel like you’ve forgotten about the good ones? Have you ever been to Goodreads and been like “Man, I wish this was for video games”?
This is old news, but that won’t stop me from complaining about it. This weekend, I wanted to download and play the exemplary classic arcade beat ’em up The Simpsons (1991) and […]
To be clear, I do, but I actually prefer the term “classic” over “retro”. Here’s why.
“Ohhhh! Mamma mia!” -Super Mario This prequel to Rain Man stars Fred Savage as a young Tom Cruise and some other 80’s kid whose name I don’t remember as Dustin […]
“I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made […]