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Beek – “Sokoban Online Soundtrack” Review

A deceptively simple chiptune album, for a deceptively simple game

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Austin Wintory

Austin Wintory – “Deformers” Review

If a mad French circus took over the world – this would be its overture.

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Trevor Gomes

Trevor Gomes – “Piano Collections – Chrono Trigger” Review

A beautifully formed collection of melodies

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Gentle Love

Gentle Love – “Prescription for Sleep Undertale” Review

Piano and Saxophone collide to caress your ears to sleep

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Concert Review : Symphonic Fantasies London

Completing a fantasy of my own in the best way possible

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Yoko Shimomura

Enjoy Final Fantasy XV’s Live Performance at Abbey Road Studios

A Symphonic Suite

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Austin Wintory

Austin Wintory – “ABZU” Review

ABZU’s soundtrack is one of the finest game audio experiences yet

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Austin Wintory

The musical score of ABZÛ

The magical score of an underwater adventure

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Susan Calloway Reworks Final Fantasy XIV’s “Answers”

Simply beautiful reworking of the original

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Critical Hit

Critical Hit – “Critical Hit Volume 1” Review

VGM cover band Critical Hit astounds with quality, depth and technical skill in their début album

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Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess Playthrough (PSP/PS3)

Short and sweet, but good fun while it lasts.

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Pacman Rally (PS2) Playthrough

I do enjoy a cutesy kart racer and Pacman’s is certainly one of the finer ones from the last generation. Watch the playthrough of all the tracks here – battle modes will be added at a later date.

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“Salaryman Champ – Tatakau Salaryman!” Playthrough

Cult Japanese only PS1 title Salaryman Champ makes it onto my playthrough list. Sadly this was the last Bishi Bashi styled game. We need more. I crave more BISH BASH! Watch the playthrough here.

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Whispers of the Plains – Interview with Jeff Broadbent

  With new downloadable title I Am Alive about to burst onto our consoles, composer of the game Jeff Broadbent took a few minutes to chat to HPM about exactly what to aim for when creating a rich atmosphere for a game where tension is key. I Am Alive has been a game that has […]

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Rocketmania Deluxe (PC) Video Review

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Jesper Kyd Returns for Assassin’s Creed Revelations Soundtrack

The Kyd’s certainly got it. Jesper returns again for the new Assassin’s Creed game subtitled Revelations. Jesper’s previous scores for the series have garned a collection of awards and we here personally loved the music when it was in full flow. Judging by the press releases it looks like more of the same so that […]

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Game Video Review: “Dinner Date” (PC)

Indie title Dinner Date comes under our eyeglass!

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Game Review – Limbo

Sometimes things add to much more than the sum of their parts. In theory Limbo really shouldn’t work. The game itself is monochrome. The game can be beaten easily in 90 minutes. It also only uses a jump and action button aside from the analogue stick. Sounds simple and overblown? Not on your life it’s […]

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“Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine” OST Announced

Cris Velasco and Sascha Dikiciyan famous for the God of War and Tron: Evolution scores respectively have teamed up together to create Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine’s soundtrack. The 3rd person shooter series’ latest installment comes to Xbox360, PS3 and PC on 06/09/11 and the soundtrack which will be fully orchestrated will be included with the […]

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Bookworm Deluxe (PC) ~ Video Review

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