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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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Weekly Video Game Track: What We Fight For

The Hand in Furi is one of the more interesting characters. In fact, he was one of a couple bosses that I actually felt bad killing. However, I really loved the fight in general. You couldn’t use your gun at all throughout it. So, it was cool to...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Run!

I think Canabalt was the first game I actually paid for on my phone. It’s a very simple concept, the game autoruns and all you need to do is jump and make it as far as you can. This track, however, had no place being this good on...
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Weekly Video Game Track: You’re Mine

When fighting The Burst in Furi, this track is almost distracting at how good it is! This is the first of many tracks you’re going to hear from Furi. The #1 reason why I bought the game was the music. The gameplay was a close second. I don’t...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Dance Through the Danger

Shantae has been a game series that has caught my attention. However, I haven’t had an opportunity to actually play it yet. Now, this song is the first track you hear in Shantae 1/2 Genie Hero. I love how much the beat just drives you through the level....
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Weekly Video Game Track: Miami

Hotline Miami has some really intense and some really chill music. “Miami” plays when you’ve finished a level. I love just how chill this track is. Truthfully, I feel like it is out of place for a game that is as insane as Hotline Miami. But, I’m also...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Rolling Start!

One of the most iconic themes I remember from while I was a kid. The track “Rolling Start” from Daytona USA is such a recognizable song. It’s played on the very first level of the game. So, you probably hear it every time. You know exactly what’s happening,...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Confronting Myself

Coming off of last week’s track from Celeste, I said that almost all of the soundtrack was peaceful piano music. This is one of the exceptions. It is played through, what I can consider, the final boss fight. It’s literally Madeline confronting herself. Well, at least the negative...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Exhale

Celeste is one of those games that a number of people are probably going to skip due to its difficulty. However, most of the music in the game is so amazing! I recommend everyone go check out all the music. I can see myself pulling up this soundtrack...
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Weekly Video Game Track: Greenvale

Deadly Premonition was a very strange game in general. However, there were a number of really great things that came from it. This song is one of those things. It’s such an eerie song in context of the game. It’s played during the intro of the game, helping...
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