No Tune Unturned: Mega Drive Madness

No Tune Unturned: Mega Drive Madness

Apr 30, 2013

Welcome back to No Tune Unturned, a feature in which some dude with no musical training beyond boring childhood piano lessons elaborates on why, precisely, he likes videogame music so much. The theme of fantasy has come and gone, but we don’t have to part ways with every dwarf and wolfman we’ve come to love; we merely need accept their screechy, low...

No Tune Unturned: Fantasy

No Tune Unturned: Fantasy

Mar 4, 2013

Welcome back to No Tune Unturned, a feature in which some dude with no musical training beyond boring childhood piano lessons elaborates on why, precisely, he likes videogame music so much. Part 1 of the audio-only Sonic Boombox feature kicked off last month, but now we return to the traditional format of written text and YouTube videos for this most...

No Tune Unturned: Sonic Boombox Episode 1 – The Classic Era

No Tune Unturned: Sonic Boombox Episode 1 – The Classic Era

Jan 29, 2013

No Tune Unturned returns with an exciting new venture; one of speed and thrills and magic red shoes. Sonic Boombox is a three-part audiological history that tracks the musical antics of Sonic the Hedgehog through the ages, diving into bizarre details and kicking back to hear a suite of sweet tunes. The Classic Era spans from the original game in 1991 to the dark...

No Tune Unturned: A Repose

No Tune Unturned: A Repose

Aug 13, 2012

Welcome back to No Tune Unturned, a feature in which some dude with no musical training beyond boring childhood piano lessons elaborates on why, precisely, he likes videogame music so much. I had a lot of nice things to say about the spectacular Symphony of the Goddesses concert last month, so head over there to feel the magic. Or, if you’d rather, just...

No Tune Unturned: Symphony of the Goddesses

No Tune Unturned: Symphony of the Goddesses

Jul 17, 2012

Zelda fans filled Jones Hall like bombchus in a bombchu bag. Half the crowd were wearing Triforce t-shirts, Zelda dresses, or Link hats while the other half purchased some for themselves at the merchandise stand. Although I was one of the Triforce t-shirt guys, I gazed upon an Ezlo-shaped cap with delight and a tinge of jealousy. Popping open my 3DS invited a...