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STAGE 70: Halloween VII

STAGE 70: Halloween VII

Some of the best horror games share something in common: and that is The ability to deliver a feeling of fright and unease upon pressing start on the title screen. There is truly something unique upon playing a horror themed game that gets you in a heart-racing and adrenaline-pumped frenzy, whether it’s guns a blazing, avoiding an overwhelming threat or puzzle solving.

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STAGE 48: Tim Follin

STAGE 48: Tim Follin

While a small number of video game composers go on to achieve great fame thanks to their work in the industry, there are countless others who receive little to no attention at all . One of those often forgotten great video game composers is Tim Follin. A talented individual who’s career has been often hindered by the poor quality of the games he composed music for, so such that despite his considerable talent as a composer, his work is regularly overlooked in favor of other, more well known composers who simply had the good fortune to work on high profile releases.

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The Day We Met Our AMIGA!!

The Day We Met Our AMIGA!!

Today is July 23, 2017.

32 years ago today, a computer was released that was unlike anything else released before it. It was the true wave of the future; a multimedia powerhouse that literally blew the competition out of the water. The Macintosh may have started a revolution in 1984, but in 1985, this computer would be the one that took everything the Macintosh did and just simply, putting it mildly, fucking RUN with it. Continue reading →

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