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Weekly Video Game Track: Step Right Up

This is one of the most stressful games I’ve played.  Not necessarily because it’s scary, but more because the sheer number of enemies that come swarming after you.  For those of you who haven’t played Killing Floor 2, here’s the cliffnotes version.  You get dropped into an arena. ...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Ice Cap Zone Acapella

Smooth McGroove has such a great voice.  Ice Cap Zone is probably my favorite out of Sonic the Hedgehog 3.  As I’ve said numerous times, I love ice levels, mainly for their music.  This is also probably my favorite track that Smooth McGroove has done.  Just listen to...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Sky Sanctuary (Classic)

Sonic Generations does a lot of good things for the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise.  The gameplay was exactly what a lot of fans were looking for in recent games, but not given.  The 2nd great thing they did was the music.  They somehow managed to blend classic themes...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Club Master Duel

All the Pokemon games always nail their Gym Leader themes.  I really loved playing Pokemon Trading Card Game on the GameBoy Color.  I collected a ton of the physical cards, but there were a number of times where friends weren’t able to come over to play.  So, it...
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Weekly Video Game Track: World 3 Minecart Theme

This track comes in the eerie level of Yooka-Laylee.  However, it’s a very upbeat and uplifting track.  David Wise did a great job with this song.  As frustrated as I got with the actual Minecart game, it just meant I could listen to this track some more.
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Weekly Video Game Track: Up ‘N’ Nova

Not one of the most iconic tracks in Yooka-Laylee, but it is still one of the better tracks.  People seem to be salty about Rextro’s minigame.  I mean, it does remind me a lot of games like the online Helicopter game.  It’s not meant to be easy, especially...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Magus’ Theme

One of the most eerie places in Chrono Trigger is Magus’ Castle. There’s no music at the beginning. Then, throughout most of the castle, it is just one uncomfortable sounding note, that is unless you get into a fight. Which is weird that getting into a battle is...
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