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*Press A* 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Videogame Soundtracks

As the videogame market expands, it reaches places and people perhaps previously uninterested in its products. In 2019, with the quality of games striking ever upwards, that expansion was reflected throughout the world of developers, with many different kinds of

*Press A* 2019 ~ The Year’s Best Videogame Soundtracks

As the videogame market expands, it reaches places and people perhaps previously uninterested in its products. In 2019, with the quality of games striking ever upwards, that expansion was reflected throughout the world of developers, with many different kinds of

*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

*Press A* ~ Anodyne 2; Bleak Sword

Sean Han Tani ~ Anodyne 2: Return to Dust The world of Anodyne 2 as described by its soundtrack is an unthreatening one of pastel colours and whimsical encounters. It might even be a dreamworld, such is the haziness of

*Press A* ~ Anodyne 2; Bleak Sword

Sean Han Tani ~ Anodyne 2: Return to Dust The world of Anodyne 2 as described by its soundtrack is an unthreatening one of pastel colours and whimsical encounters. It might even be a dreamworld, such is the haziness of

*Press A* ~ Wilmot’s Warehouse, Chicory EP, Kind Words

Eli Rainsberry ~ Wilmot’s Warehouse Wilmot’s Warehouse begins with a simple, chill electronic sequence that in the span of one minute transforms into a rapid, complex melody. It’s expertly layered, and is indicative of the sheer procedural creativity that informs

*Press A* ~ Wilmot’s Warehouse, Chicory EP, Kind Words

Eli Rainsberry ~ Wilmot’s Warehouse Wilmot’s Warehouse begins with a simple, chill electronic sequence that in the span of one minute transforms into a rapid, complex melody. It’s expertly layered, and is indicative of the sheer procedural creativity that informs

*Press A* ~ Hell Is Other Demons, A Plague Tale: Innocence

The Algorithm ~ Hell is Other Demons Darkwave’s always hand-in-hand with its brighter sister synthwave, brooding in some unlit corner, intoning some weird occult meme curse. Hell is Other Demons fulfils the image perfectly by means of both atmospheric and

*Press A* ~ Hell Is Other Demons, A Plague Tale: Innocence

The Algorithm ~ Hell is Other Demons Darkwave’s always hand-in-hand with its brighter sister synthwave, brooding in some unlit corner, intoning some weird occult meme curse. Hell is Other Demons fulfils the image perfectly by means of both atmospheric and

*Press A* ~ Far Cry: New Dawn, Can Androids Pray, Katana ZERO (Remixes)

Tyler Bates & John Swihart ~ Far Cry: New Dawn Unlike the constantly pounding and dramatic tracks of Far Cry 5, the music in New Dawn is much more atmospheric, emphasizing not the very weight of beliefs in a world’s

*Press A* ~ Far Cry: New Dawn, Can Androids Pray, Katana ZERO (Remixes)

Tyler Bates & John Swihart ~ Far Cry: New Dawn Unlike the constantly pounding and dramatic tracks of Far Cry 5, the music in New Dawn is much more atmospheric, emphasizing not the very weight of beliefs in a world’s