Today’s selection of video game music comes from the hard rockin’ Guilty Gear X2
Game: Guilty Gear X2(Various versions, 2002)
I love me some metal. I also happen to love video game music. Sure, there are a bunch of cover bands who do metal arrangements of video game music, but how many games have a hard rockin’ soundtrack to begin with? Enter the Guilty Gear series of games. Continue reading
Megaman X2 is a solid Megaman title, but not as memorable as the original.
It’s now time for part two of the extremely long series of reviews for the Megaman X franchise. Now after a perfect score on Megaman X, let’s find out if the sequel can live up to its predecessor.
Megaman X2 takes place six months after the events in X1, and not much has changed on the war between Reploids and Mavericks. X has now become the leader of the Maverick Hunters after the death of Zero, and X is on his way to a Reploid factory after tracking a Maverick there. Soon after he destroys all of the Mavericks in the factory he is contacted by a group of Mavericks that call themselves the X-hunters. They tell X that they have all of Zero’s parts, and to get them back he will have to find them within one of eight Maverick locations, and defeat all three of them. Continue reading
Welcome to another great edition of For the Love of Gaming Podcast.
This week features Rayman Origins, Saints Row: The Third, Metal Gear HD Collection, Skyward Sword, Orcarina of Time 3D, and Mortal Kombat.
TNT: Is the Horror Genre Dead?
Resident Evil Coming November 20th.
Syndicate Demo Coming January 31st.
Alan Wake Coming to PC.
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