Posted 1 year ago on Friday, February 22, 2013, 9:15pm 698 notes
Reblogged from confusedtree-deactivated2013092 Source: bisharp
Tags: [Shadow of the Colossus]   [video games]   [art]   
fuckyeahillustrativeart:

Shadow of the Colossus illustration by Chad Gowey. Prints available on Society6.

fuckyeahillustrativeart:

Shadow of the Colossus illustration by Chad Gowey. Prints available on Society6.

Posted 1 year ago on Monday, October 1, 2012, 6:23pm 4,396 notes
Reblogged from notsolame Source: fuckyeahillustrativeart
Tags: [Chad Gowey]   [Shadow of the Colossus]   [art]   [video games]   [submission]   
Posted 1 year ago on Wednesday, September 26, 2012, 4:42pm 20 notes
Tags: [Mario]   [video games]   [Princess Toadstool]   [Bowser]   [Super Mario Bros]   [cracked.com]   
I don’t think you know what nostalgia means

I don’t think you know what nostalgia means

Posted 2 years ago on Thursday, June 28, 2012, 7:59pm 2 notes
Tags: [Portal]   [nostalgia]   [video games]   [Tumblr Radar]   

Shadow of the Colossus Original Soundtrack, “Epilogue”
Composer: Kow Otani

I should make a list of my all-time favorite soundtracks. This would definitely make the top 5 at least. For now though, please have a look here (or alternatively, here).

Posted 2 years ago on Wednesday, December 7, 2011, 6:12pm 8 notes
Tags: [Epilogue]   [Kow Otani]   [OST]   [Shadow of the Colossus]   [music]   [soundtrack]   [video games]   [game music]   

"City of Jerusalem" by Jesper Kyd from the Assassin’s Creed original soundtrack

One of my favorite games, and some of my favorite game music…

Posted 2 years ago on Thursday, November 24, 2011, 6:28pm 4 notes
Tags: [Assassin's Creed]   [City of Jerusalem]   [Jerusalem]   [Jesper Kyd]   [OST]   [music]   [video games]   [game music]   

Audiosurf

Audiosurf is a pretty fricken awesome game. I thought it was awesome last year when a friend of mine showed me it, but I didn’t think it was awesome enough to buy. However, I bought it yesterday because it was on sale on Steam for only $1.49 - a deal I couldn’t pass up. So I’ve been entertained with that for quite a few hours now. Hopefully I can still concentrate on school when I go back to college in the fall.

If you aren’t familiar with this game, basically you follow this track collecting colored blocks to build combos and avoid gray blocks. The cool thing though is the track and blocks move along with the music… with blocks appearing on the beat, more frequently with the “intensity” of the song, and your speed increases or decreases with the tempo.

The even-cooler-thing is you can select ANY song you want from your personal music library, and it will build a track for that song. Just… so cool.

Posted 3 years ago on Saturday, July 9, 2011, 12:59am 9 notes
Tags: [Audiosurf]   [indie]   [game]   [video games]   [music game]   [Steam]   [puzzle]   [cool]   [my life]   

Secret of Mana, one of my absolute favorite SNES games growing up. Back when games were more about the epic adventures and amazing storylines than fancy-looking graphics.

One of the best soundtracks, too. On par with Nobuo Uematsu and Yasunori Mitsuda.

Posted 3 years ago on Sunday, May 1, 2011, 7:10pm 2 notes
Tags: [Hiroki Kikuta]   [Nobuo Uematsu]   [Secret of Mana]   [Squaresoft]   [Yasunori Mitsuda]   [snes]   [super nintendo]   [video games]   [OST]   

And this is one of the most hilarious finishing moves I’ve ever seen hahaha

Posted 3 years ago on Monday, April 25, 2011, 11:03am 9 notes
Tags: [Mortal Kombat]   [Shang Tsung]   [bang bang]   [clown]   [fatality]   [funny]   [joker]   [video games]   [cool videos]   
I would buy one of these, whatever it is (a pillow?)
And I still want one of these, too!

I would buy one of these, whatever it is (a pillow?)

And I still want one of these, too!

Posted 3 years ago on Tuesday, April 19, 2011, 10:34pm 21 notes
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Tags: [Zelda]   [Link]   [Legend of Zelda]   [Link to the Past]   [video games]   [snes]   [super nintendo]