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Pokémon Movie Melodies sountrack now available online

Posted on January 3, 2018 by Jason Nason

The new Pokémon Movie Music Collection is now available online. The soundtrack features songs from many of the Pokémon feature films, including the recently released Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! The album is an 11-song collection featuring music from the four most recent Pokémon movies plus, for the first time, you can listen to a full-length version of the theme song from Pokémon the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages. This collection is available for purchase on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon. The songs are also available for streaming on Spotify, Napster, and Pandora. All tracks are available


Resident Evil 7 PC Demo Released

Posted on December 19, 2016 by Rae Michelle Richards

Capcom’s viral success for Resident Evil 7 is now no longer contained to the PlayStation 4 as the publisher releases the completed Resident Evil 7: Beginning Hour for PC via Steam. This demo lets you experience everything that PlayStation owners had to wait months for – as Capcom rolled out several updates to the demo throughout 2016. When you find yourself in an abandoned farmhouse, what will you do to survive? Here is the official synopsis of the demo from Capcom: “A thrillingly immersive horror experience for the five senses. This full model change to the frightening “Isolated View” player perspective,


Heroes of the Storm: New Recruit a Friend & 2 New Heroes Announced

Posted on November 4, 2016 by Rae Michelle Richards

Blizzard’s competitive Massive Online Battle Arena Heroes of the Storm has a ton of new content coming in the remainder of 2016 and throughout 2017. During the opening ceremonies for Blizzcon 2016 developers announced two new characters that will be coming in the following months – Varian & Ragnaros as well as a brand new arcade mode map Blackheart’s Revenge and all new recruit a friend campaign that has the potential to unlock 5 free heroes and a 30 day stim-pack. Varian  The former High King of the Alliance Varian will be the game’s first dual class hero – allowing


Latest Titanfall 2 Patch Brings Dynamic Resolution Scaling To PC

Posted on November 4, 2016 by Rae Michelle Richards

Respawn Entertainment has released a major patch for the PC version of their recently released shooter Titanfall 2. This patch brings a feature usually reserved for the console iteration of games – dynamic resolution – which will down-sample and scale the game’s resolution in-order to maintain a 60 frames per second cap while playing depending on the load placed upon the system. In order to take advantage of this feature pilots must have TSAA enabled under their video settings, in their official blog post Respawn noted this should help players who either are using lower spec’d machines or those trying


OC Remix Has Released A Chrono Trigger Jazz Album

Posted on August 23, 2016 by Les Major

Chronology Cover
Overclocked Remix has released their 60th album project, this one focuses on giving Chrono Trigger fantastic soundtrack a jazz remake. Featuring eight tracks performed by a jazz ensemble it’s quite the treat! Focusing on one tune from each era of the game, the overall feel is a classy lounge sort of rendition of many favorites. As with project director Dylan Wiest, many of us have been drawn into the fantastic world of Chrono Trigger in the past and it’s always amazing to see musicians giving the music a fresh perspective. It’s a game that stands out, even today. A memorable


Rocket League sound track to be released on Vinyl

Posted on July 18, 2016 by Fionna Schweit

Now here is something which has peaked my curiosity. This morning in my email in box I find that  Psyonix has decided to release the Rocket League sound track. But, Psyonix being Psyonix they arent releasing it any normal way. Oh no, istead its coming out on a series of very unique, awesome looking vinyls. They will partner with iam8bit to release 3xLP’s later this summer. Wait Records? Yes that’s correct, Vinyl pressed records. The kind that the needle goes round on and makes the sound. So, here’s the deal. Created in partnership with pop culture retailers and creative house, iam8bit, The


Valve Found Guilty for Breaking Australian Law

Posted on March 29, 2016 by Fionna Schweit

An Australian court has found Valve is in violation of Australian consumer protection law by  not having a refund policy in place for Australia. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), has ruled that Valve had no refund policy in place which ran contrary to Australian Consumer law. This has since been corrected but this suit was filed in August 2014 before the current policy was put in place. Valves main defense was that it does not sell consumer good in Australia rather its selling a digital product, and that product comes from their headquarters in Washington state. The Australian


Game Reviews Done Quick: Crypt of the Necrodancer

Posted on February 19, 2016 by Kyle Scarboro

Crypt of the Necrodancer is *breathe* Hardcore, Turn-based, Rogue-like, Dungeon-crawling, Rhythm-based game. *exhaaaallleeee* This game has you battling your way through a crypt full of smooth groovin, high flyin, street jivin, monsters ranging from skeletons, zombies, bats, dragons, and more. Crypt of the Necrodancer is a game that clearly had a great idea for a game and then they tacked on a story. Usually that is not the way to go, but this game offers a lot in such a small package that it is hardly the focal point.


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