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Weekly Video Game Track: Walrus Cove

You’re usually in 2 camps when it came to N64 kart racers, Mario Kart or Diddy Kong Racing. I was in the Mario Kart camp. However, that does not mean I didn’t enjoy Diddy Kong Racing. I loved that you could swap between karts, hovercrafts, and airplanes giving...
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Weekly Video Game Track: My Only Chance

What is this, the 3rd Furi track to be featured? Every single one deserves to be on this list. The synth direction that the developers went was a perfect decision to the game’s art style. There’s not much more to talk about in terms of the general game...
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Weekly Video Game Track: His Song (Slow Build Up)

OH MUH FEELS!!! We’re far enough out from when Undertale was released that I’m not going to hold back on spoilers. Right at the end of the Asriel fight when he starts remembering the good memories with the main character, he starts not wanting to hurt you. To...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Judgement (Karaoke)

Yakuza 0, the game that I’m currently working on finishing on stream, has some really fun sub-missions. One of the random things you can do in the game is sing karaoke. There are 3 songs that you can sing that end up going way off the rails by...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Madeline and Theo

Some of the most genuine moments in Celeste are between Madeline and Theo. Madeline, the main character, and Theo, a climber you meet on the mountain, have such a chemistry immediately when they meet. Theo understands what Madeline is doing and is there as a rock for her...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Punch Club Theme

Punch Club is a really interesting game. It’s really tough trying to training all your resources (Strength, Agility, Endurance) along with maintaining your health, hunger, energy, and happiness. I’ve played it for a number of hours, but I still don’t feel like I’m progressing, kind of like working...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Bloody Tears

“Bloody Tears” is probably the most iconic track in any of the Castlevania games. Dracula X‘s version has a nice funk to it that is really good. However, ever since hearing it, all I can think of is “Castlevania Birds“…
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