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Music Monday: Pang

A game with three names, the cutesy Space Invaders meets Asteroids hybrid Pang is also known as Buster Bros. in the USA and Pomping World in its native Japan. A healthy chunk of my youth […]

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Music Monday: Resident Evil

I’m one of those who welcomes news of game remakes. Rather than seeing them as tired, lazy cash-in rehashes of boring, old titles I see each as a potential opportunity to revisit an old favourite, […]

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Music Monday: Noby Noby Boy

Keita Nagahashi’s (Katamari Damacy) suggestive plaything Noby Noby Boy will most likely be remembered for – if anything – its surrealist planetscapes, all-but unachievable cooperative end-goal and its cheeky concept of, ahem, reporting a boy’s […]

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Music Monday: Tearaway

Even if Tony and I weren’t quite as enamoured as Jay and Sean with Media Molecule’s Tearaway (definitely not to be confused with the sub-Sonic-esque antics of¬†Tearaway Thomas on the Amiga) in our recent podcast, […]

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Music Monday: Banjo-Kazooie

In the latest issue of the Cane and Rinse podcast dedicated entirely to Rare’s bear and bird we feature some of and celebrate Grant Kirkhope’s wonderful Banjo-Kazooie music. Music plays a huge part in that […]

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Music Monday: Burnout Paradise

Away from headliners Guns ¬†N’ Roses and Avril Lavigne (pronounced La-vig-knee as far as I’m concerned) the selection of ‘EA Trax’ that make up Burnout Paradise’s extensive playlist features a smattering of quality tunes that […]

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Music Monday: Borderlands

To coincide with the latest issue of the Cane and Rinse podcast (Volume Three, number 135: Borderlands 2), here are some tracks – including those well-selected opening themes and some of those effective in-game ambient […]

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Music Monday: Laura Shigihara

The latest issue of the Cane and Rinse podcast closes with the tender, touching Everything’s Alright, composed by Laura Shigihara (a self-confessed “giant nerd”) for her friend Kan Gao’s game, To the Moon. Laura has […]