Ah, Chrono Cross. A game with a uniquely beautiful soundtrack.
Here's composer/songwriter Laura Shigihara with a lovely a cappella version of "Lament of the Highbourne" from World of Warcraft.
I'm sure it has something to do with the fact that lately, "Fi's Theme" from Skyward Sword has sort of become my favorite piece of Zelda music. So, I very much enjoyed this vocal performance from Laura Shigihara.
Life in Minecraft can be a scary thing, but also a romantic one. Build a life together, away from everything, and do your best to stay alive. But what about when that's no longer enough?
Last year's To The Moon was an emotional game, a throwback storybook that really wore its heart on its sleeve. I liked it a lot.
I adore the music to PopCap's Plants vs. Zombies. I bought the soundtrack from composer Laura Shigihara, and I still listen to it pretty regularly.
Video games have a language all their own. It's a language that most people understand implicitly—concepts like extra lives, leveling up, experience points, and boss battles have gone mainstream. That language has begun to seep into other media as well—movies like The Matrix, Source Code, and books like those in the …
Laura Shigihara, the woman that brought zombies to lawns everywhere lends her soft voice to the hard edges of Minecraft in her latest creation, "Cube Land", an oddly emotional tune for such a procedural world.
It's an indie game geeksplosion as the woman behind the Plants Vs. Zombies music teams up with the programmer for Xbox Live Arcade's Spelunky to rap about their shared love of Magic: The Gathering.
Plants Vs. Zombies songstress Laura Shigihara was so impressed by Jonathan Coulton's ending theme "Want You Gone" that she recorded what might be the most adorable version of the song committed to YouTube video.
Laura Shigihara, the writer and performer of the adorable "Zombies on your Lawn" song sends us this live rendition of the tune, complete with undead noises courtesy of game designer George Fan.