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Old games used to get overly serious and realistic art. Arcade games and console games are fundamentally different in a lot of ways. While the hardware, game mechanics, and depth of narrative might be the most obvious, there is something at the core of the two that keeps them

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Crossing Souls is an independent and retro-inspired video game currently looking for funding on Kickstarter. You can check out the trailer for the game on the Kickstarter page or on YouTube. Does the song in the trailer sound familiar? Yep, that's Timecop1983! He is going to

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While listening through OGRE’s most recent release, particularly the funky “Job For A Cowboy”, my girlfriend walked by and said something interesting: “Are you listening to 80’s soundtracks again?” This was interesting because as I listened through 195, one word kept popping into my mind. Cinematic. This album is

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I was seven years old when I was first exposed to the world (metaworld?) of Final Fantasy. It was a few days after Christmas of 1999 and my cousin had received Final Fantasy VIII as a gift. Being seven in the presence of a teenager meant I had

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Constellations by Dead Astronauts is a cool album. I wish that didn’t sound so clichéd. The release just exudes such a unique vibe and creates such dense atmosphere with what feels like little effort. It manages to skirt retro/synthwave clichés throughout, but subverts them in subtle ways to make

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