With the release of Dai Gyakuten Saiban in Japan, there are now nine games in the Ace Attorney series. And one of the coolest things about the series is how they take the songs and remake them while still keeping a common musical theme from iteration to iteration. »
Persona 4: Dancing All Night isn’t the meatiest of music games—it currently only has 30 songs (3 of which are DLC). However, it largely makes up for this with the sheer number of new remixes of classic Persona 4 songs. Have a listen!
The normal levels in the Rhythm Heaven series are good, but it’s the Remix Stages that make the games great.
Rhythm Heaven the Best + is full of cute Nintendo musical mini-games—and one surprisingly depressing one. »
I’ve played a lot of music games in my day, but none do I love more than the Rhythm Heaven games. So join me as The Up All Night Stream plays the brand new Rhythm Heaven: The Best + and let me show you why. »
Will it make you feel bad about flinging/toppling/portaling all those turrets to their deaths? Probably not, 'cause that shit's fun. Still, it'll make you feel sorry for them. Probably. »
Listen to some Halo 5 music, if you'd like. We captured it from the upcoming game's multiplayer beta, which just started for some Xbox One gamers and will launch wider later this month. »
The video games of 2014 sounded really, really good. Better, perhaps, than in any past year...though I guess it always feels that way. »
I love anime music and look forward to the new songs each and every season. And as there are 50 new anime in the fall 2014 season, we have many new openings and endings to enjoy—not to mention the new second-half themes from last season's anime that are still on the air. »
Going into OneChanbara Z2: Chaos, I was expecting a lot of fanservice and some surprisingly enjoyable hack-and-slash action. However, I was not expecting an excellent soundtrack to carry me through the six hours it took to beat the game. »