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10/20/16
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The Music of <i>Halo</i>

The Halo series will forever be my favorite series of video games for so many reasons. From the spectacular level design, to the tight gameplay, to the interesting narrative, I love so much about Halo, especially the titles developed by Bungie. Along with all those reasons I just mentioned, one of the things that

6/1/16
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<i>Shanty Raid</i> - Album Review

VGM cover artists SixteenInMono and SwigglesRP team up to bring us Shanty Raid, a thirty minute album of pirate metal influenced progressive metal based on the 1995 Super Nintendo classic Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy Kong’s Quest. Shanty Raid features seven tracks from the game, reimagined as pirate metal jigs and

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5/1/16
2:42 PM
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Quick Update: I just shared all the major writing pieces I’ve contributed to Talk Amongst Yourselves here to my personal blog just so my writing is all in one place. I will share my pieces for TAY here going forward.

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5/1/16
2:39 PM
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5 VGM Cover Artists You Need to Check Out

For us gamers, the soundtracks to our favorite games resonate with us. Some video game songs just spark that nostalgic feeling that makes you just want to go back and play whatever game they came from. Gamers with musical talent will often take it upon themselves to pay tribute to those songs. Here, in no particular

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5/1/16
2:30 PM
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Another VGM Cover Artist Chats with TAY

In the world of VGM cover artists, there are so many talented musicians creating amazing covers of video game songs in various styles. I recently got the chance to talk with one of my new favorite YouTube VGM guitar cover artists, Jack Fliegler, better known on the Internet as ToxicxEternity.

5/1/16
2:21 PM
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<i>Hail to the King: Deathbat</i>: The TAY Review

In the world of mobile games mediocre design, microtransactions, rip-offs, and cheap cash-ins flood the market and leave a certain stigma that often turns gamers away. The guys in Avenged Sevenfold and the folks at Subscience Studios sought to fight against that trend with the newly released Hail to the King:

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