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Weekly Video Game Track: Time Scar

So many chills!  Not only is the song “Time Scar”, the intro for Chrono Cross, a beautiful song, but there’s just something about a live performance that gives me the worst goosebumps.  I remember seeing this performed live in 2010 when they came to town and loved seeing Jack...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Heaven’s Divide

It’s about time I got some more of the Metal Gear Solid music thanks to the Random Number Generator!  Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker wasn’t necessarily my favorite game in the series because I wasn’t a fan of the mission structure instead of the game progressing through story...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Venice Rooftops

I remember when Assassin’s Creed II came out, they released a few songs on YouTube.  This was one that I believe I listened to the most.  I may not enjoy the Assassin’s Creed games very much, but there’s one thing that I can’t deny.  It has some great music!
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Weekly Video Game Track: Defector

There is a game that always seemed to fly under the radar with what was popular, but it was what I chose as my favorite shooter for a while.  Unreal Tournament III kept the arcade shooter alive during the time where more realistic shooters like Call of Duty, Halo,...
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Weekly Video Game Track: The End of Battle

Shadow of the Colossus is still such a beautiful game.  It’s years old, but is still talked about in many people’s top games.  I have yet to play through it in its entirety, but the music that comes out of this game is beautiful as well.  This track...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Prime Suspect

This song is from probably one of the more obscure games that I have in my list of all songs for this feature. The game, Dark Dreams Don’t Die was released for the Xbox One with very little fanfare. Although, not many people know about it, I think...
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Weekly Video Game Track: True

In such a dark game like Silent Hill 2, it’s no surprise a track like this exists. If I remember correctly, this track plays as a character in the game starts explaining a bunch of things to the protagonist. It definitely has the sound of some dark realizations.
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