Monthly Archive: March, 2014

K-On! Review

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I bet you don’t know, but I’m all about keeping up with the Joneses, as they say. So when I heard The Vault’s new March theme was about music in multimedia, I immediately… Continue reading

To the Moon

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To the Moon undoubtedly has to be one of the best games I have ever played. In all honesty, I am having a terribly hard time writing this reflection on this  game that… Continue reading

Like this if you Cry, Everytime.

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In all games, regardless of genre, music is one of the aspects that needs to be spot on. Music in games does a lot more than provide background hymns while the players roam… Continue reading

A Top 10 List Just Wasn’t Enough

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Is there such a thing as a Top Zelda Songs list? I am a firm believer that most, if not all, songs from the franchise are gold, but we all know I’m a… Continue reading

Why I still want to play Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door

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Usually, RPG means a dramatic and drawn-out plot, intense and/or brooding spiky-haired heroes, and big numbers. We’re talking in the thousands. However, the Paper Mario series manages to pull off fun turn-based combat… Continue reading