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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: 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: V8 Theme

I don’t even remember how many times I rented Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense when I was a kid. I know I loved booting the game up and hearing this funky song start playing. However, I’M TERRIBLE AT THE GAME!
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Weekly Video Game Track: Theme of D4

I have a handful of music from D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die. This one isn’t my favorite song, but it’s one of many great songs from the game. My favorite will be eventually one of the featured songs. I’ve already featured one song, Prime Suspect.
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Weekly Video Game Track: Wind Waker Ocean Theme

There’s a love/hate relationship I have with this song in The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker.  First of all, it’s a very weirdly powerful song for doing something so simple as sailing.  But, I guess that’s needed because there’s just so much sailing.  But, because there’s so much...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Super Metroid Theme

Few songs are as noticeable as music from the Super Nintendo era. One of the big games that came out during that time was Super Metroid. All the music in the game has a very dark sound. I remember playing it when I was a kid and feeling...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Resident Evil 4 Save Theme

I loved playing some Resident Evil 4.  I don’t usually enjoy scary games, but Resident Evil 4 didn’t really make the environment “scary,” but made it more suspenseful.  As creepy as this song sounds, it was a bit of a sanctuary too.  You knew that once you heard...
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