Le Matos scored the absolutely stunning original soundtrack to the cult classic "Turbo Kid," back in 2015 and now they've just released an EP, "Rise of Turbo Kid," ahead of the upcoming new Turbo Kid video game! Grab a listen to the chiptune filled EP
I told you people I'd do this again. I even begged you to keep me away from keyboards, word processors, and Google Images. I simply cannot be contained. I cannot be stopped. It's a compulsion beyond all reason, and I refuse to even entertain the
Hungarian Retrowave producer Quixotic has been making waves in the scene with his latest music video. Produced by Mihaszna Film, Highway Violence goes all-in on the retro-worshipping and delivers an all-star homage to Eighties and Eighties-inspired films and series. The short film is jam-packed with
Man, this has been a year. Anyone who's still sane enough to twiddle their thumbs has been desperate for both quarantine-friendly activities and simple, raw distraction from the state of things. It is no surprise, then, that a great many of us have leaned into
It has been making the rounds recently that Wizards of the Coast will be reviving “the classic campaign settings.” Best guesses have been: Spelljammer; Planescape; Dark Sun.
Let's talk about Dark Sun for a minute. I've been waiting for an excuse. Why not now?
Athas, the world
We've all had to adapt lately. We've had to live more isolated, stay-at-home lives. I know this has meant a higher video game consumption for most of us. It has for me too. Because of my own preferences (read: obsessions), this has meant playing a
To the uninitiated, this sounds like something to be discarded. Something to be disregarded. Maybe even something gross. A wad of what? Snot? Toilet paper?
To those of us with some culture, WAD stands for “Where is All the Data?” It's the file extension and format
“Hey, do you still play D&D?”
I've heard this more often lately. A lot of my friends and acquaintances suddenly have a much more open-minded opinion about my hobby now that everyone's been forced into bored desperation. But one thing I've never been is a gatekeeper.
“High Tides” is the latest release on NRW – but not the kind you’re used to. It’s a soundtrack EP for “Wave Break” – an arcade style SKATE BOATING retro shooter game, with “A splash of guns, kickflips, and explosions – set in an 80s
Earlier in the month of May I paid some due respect to the platformer, that ubiquitous and well-loved game format that has seen countless iterations since its inception in the early 80s. Platformers are possibly the most well-recognized type of video game worldwide, even by
I have ranted and raved about Dungeons & Dragons constantly, here and elsewhere, since 1996 when a classmate sold me on the concept during a middle school science class when we should have been paying attention to a lecture on the Periodic Table. While I
MASTER BOOT RECORD, while still coming off the immense release of his last, amazing album, "Floppy Disc Overdrive," has just released the "VirtuaVerse OST!" This release coincides with the game's release yesterday - after years of hype it's finally here!
The "VirtuaVerse OST" differs from MBR's main albums,