Our friends at Original Sound Version have posted their Original Soundtrack of the Year awards. Those in the market for some smooth tunes, take note -- you'll want to dig out your headphones in a second.
The site covered not just videogames for its honors, but anime, chiptunes, and remixes as well. If, like me, you miss out on most Japanese role-playing games, your ears are in for a treat. It's been a good year for music across all of the aforementioned disciplines.
As a lover of indie, props must be given for OSV's Best Indie Game Soundtrack selection, Tower of Heaven. Absolutely nailed it, in my opinion. Be sure to read up on the full choices, and if you're dying for even more brilliant tracks, look no further. (Seriously, bookmark this link.)
2nd Annual OSVOSTOTY 2010 Awards: Winners and Runners-Up Announced [Original Sound Version]
Why the denizens of Hyrule still exchange Rupees is beyond me. Have you seen the size of those things? A single shard occupies an entire treasure chest! How could anybody fit more than one in their pocket? It's high time that...more
We've got just over a month until winter officially ends. Time to get at least one more winter-themed chiptune album out the door! Net label 9-bit Records has just released 9-bit Blizzard, a collection of 18 tracks of cool po...more
Yeah, we've all seen so-called "real-life Mario Kart" before, but always as a parody rather than a legitimate adaptation of the game mechanics in a physical setting. But wait around long enough and the magic of SCIENCE will ...more