In Tune with Terence Lee (Lifeformed)

In Tune with Terence Lee (Lifeformed)

Jul 4, 2013

Terence Lee (AKA Lifeformed) is the man behind Dustforce’s soundtrack, weaving together soothing electronic sounds to create a vivid soundscape for 2D janitors enjoy as they save the world from grime. Both programmer and composer, Terence is still working with Hitbox on Spire, a fluid first-person shooter about mystery, exploration, and presumably...

Mighty Switch Force! 2: review

Mighty Switch Force! 2: review

Jun 26, 2013

Format: 3DS eShop Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: WayForward Developer: WayForward Players: 1 Site: http://www.wayforward.com/msf2 The first Mighty Switch Force! was a fast-paced, high-spirited 2D platformer with some crafty 3D effects and– great news– so is the sequel. Largely unchanged at heart, it would feel more comfortable as DLC rather than a...

In Tune with Andrew Luers (OA)

In Tune with Andrew Luers (OA)

Jun 25, 2013

Andrew Luers– known as OA more often than not– is the head submissions evaluator at OverClocked ReMix, a massive collection of artists on a mission to make videogame music continually cooler than it was yesterday. As an accomplished musician himself, Andrew has ReMixed the likes of Ace Attorney, Final Fantasy, Animal Crossing, and a bunch of other...

Fireside Preview: The Nintendo Experience at Best Buy

Fireside Preview: The Nintendo Experience at Best Buy

Jun 20, 2013

Nintendo had an oddball E3 presentation, and no mistake. What many consider to be an underwhelming Nintendo Direct was swiftly followed by public demos of four featured Wii U games, free for any and all to attend providing they live near select Best Buys in America. After toddling over to the “Nintendo Experience” and having a look for themselves, Stephen...

In Tune with Grant Kirkhope

In Tune with Grant Kirkhope

Jun 18, 2013

Grant Kirkhope is the melodic mastermind behind Banjo-Kazooie, Viva Pinata, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, and a bunch of other musically inclined video games. He’s been composing since the Nintendo 64 days, meaning that you probably have one or seven or his songs trapped in your brain somewhere, whether you know it or not. Wonderfully enough, he took a...