They never tell you in the games, but Octoroks are actually the most fun/best means of transportation in the Hyrule Kingdom.
The Megas, ‘Blue Asshole’ (Lamentations of a War Machine demo)
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The turkey has been consumed and so officially begins the gift buying season. As I normally do this time of year I like to share the purchases I’ve made and enjoyed this year in hopes you decided to give the gift of independent music. Also contained within is a chance to win music for free, see rules at the bottom of this article:
Just a heads up the contest is going to end Saturday
While it lacks the Ricoh 2A03 sound chip of the NES, the Gameboy can actually do a pretty decent job of emulating the sound heard on an NES, as demonstrated in this piece from Metroid II. In particular, its sawtooth waves (especially prominent as panning notes in the beginning) are right out of Rygar or Clash at Demonhead on the NES, and the low-buzz bass throughout the entire track is eerily like the dedicated bass channel of the NES. Nintendo-developed games were the best at squeezing out that classic NES sound, which I guess makes sense considering it was their hardware and all.
BioShock Infinite Undertow Vigor
You can now own your own Undertow Vigor from BioShock Infinite for $350. They’re numbered (out of 500), and if you want you can buy a signed version (only 50 of these) for $600, and each is handcrafted in house by Irrational Games. The packaging was created by Zoe Brookes and each box is 3.75” x 4.5” x 12.8.
(via Super Punch)
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