Posts Tagged: Press A

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2020 Leftovers

The curse of listing our favorite releases of the year is that a few soundtracks always arrive too late for us to properly digest. Here are three albums that would have been worthy additions to our list of 2020’s best

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2020 Leftovers

The curse of listing our favorite releases of the year is that a few soundtracks always arrive too late for us to properly digest. Here are three albums that would have been worthy additions to our list of 2020’s best

*Press A* 2020 ~ The Year’s Best Videogame Soundtracks

2020 has been difficult for everyone. We skipped our usual list covering the first half of the year given the global unease and relatively low amount of VGM released. However, shortly after June there was a surge of excellent and

*Press A* 2020 ~ The Year’s Best Videogame Soundtracks

2020 has been difficult for everyone. We skipped our usual list covering the first half of the year given the global unease and relatively low amount of VGM released. However, shortly after June there was a surge of excellent and

*Press A* ~ Alex Burnett ~ The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature

Alex Burnett‘s score to the La Belle Games / ARTE video game may be based on Mary Shelley’s novel, but not the part one expects.  The narrative covers the latter section, in which the creature (who is not named Frankenstein), roams the

*Press A* ~ Alex Burnett ~ The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature

Alex Burnett‘s score to the La Belle Games / ARTE video game may be based on Mary Shelley’s novel, but not the part one expects.  The narrative covers the latter section, in which the creature (who is not named Frankenstein), roams the

*Press A* ~ Overland: Biomes, Iris and the Giant

Jocelyn Reyes ~ Overland: Biomes A tactics and management game about leading a group of survivors in a post-apocalyptic setting: the premise sounds perfect for a dramatic, tragically-infused soundtrack. And yet, that’s exactly what the excellent Overland: Biomes avoids, opting

*Press A* ~ Overland: Biomes, Iris and the Giant

Jocelyn Reyes ~ Overland: Biomes A tactics and management game about leading a group of survivors in a post-apocalyptic setting: the premise sounds perfect for a dramatic, tragically-infused soundtrack. And yet, that’s exactly what the excellent Overland: Biomes avoids, opting

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2019 Leftovers: Pine

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. Over the coming days we present two albums that would have been

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2019 Leftovers: Pine

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. Over the coming days we present two albums that would have been

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2019 Leftovers: Mutazione

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. Over the next two days we present a couple of albums that

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2019 Leftovers: Mutazione

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. Over the next two days we present a couple of albums that

*Press A* ~ Noita

“Every pixel is simulated”, reads Noita’s press release, which in game terms means that everything shifts, moves, and changes with each interaction. Every run is variable, and the player is an agent of continual transformation. This emergent aspect means that

*Press A* ~ Noita

“Every pixel is simulated”, reads Noita’s press release, which in game terms means that everything shifts, moves, and changes with each interaction. Every run is variable, and the player is an agent of continual transformation. This emergent aspect means that

*Press A* ~ River City Girls, Vane

Megan McDuffee ~ River City Girls Electronic music & the violence of videogames is a constantly recurring relationship ever since Streets of Rage, but what McDuffee has done here is to give that relationship a punk enhancement: kicking ass goes

*Press A* ~ River City Girls, Vane

Megan McDuffee ~ River City Girls Electronic music & the violence of videogames is a constantly recurring relationship ever since Streets of Rage, but what McDuffee has done here is to give that relationship a punk enhancement: kicking ass goes