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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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Weekly Video Game Track: Bloodlines

Just listen to those funky beats! “Bloodlines” in Dracula X just sounds so good. It also sounds very out of place in a Castlevania game. I would expect some dark, brooding music. But this is just so funky and upbeat. Now, can someone tell me if he’s giving...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Lego Island Hospital

Just listen to that low quality goodness! I remember playing Lego Island as a kid over and over again. I also remember being terrified of the Brickster at the end of the game throwing pizzas at him to slow him down and donuts to cops to make them...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Jingle Town

I have no idea how much a buddy of mine and I played Snowboard Kids 2.  Thinking back, I believe Jingle Town was one of my favorite courses to play.  The Mario Kart-esque snowboarding game on the N64 was unique, fun, and frustrating.  I remember getting to the...
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Weekly Video Game Track: The Dark One

Scott Pilgrim looks like a great game.  I played a demo of it, and boy is it hard!  It harkens back to the days where “beat ’em ups” were really popular.  Walk to the right, beat everyone on the screen, walk to the next screen, repeat until you...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Drank Dead DOM Die

This song in Dark Dreams Don’t Die comes up in such a random location of the game, and I love every bit of it.  It is a very welcome break in weirdly funny but serious tone of the game.  I also really like the Irish sound of the...
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