Dreamreaver's song is about Kadala, the passive-aggressive item vendor of Diablo III, who—although it was fixed not long ago—due to a bug, always sold items in a taunting manner with comments like "good paperweight, for which you can find a use... someday," no matter how good the purchase was.
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.
This is an A Capella version of Cara Mia, the "turret opera" from late in Portal 2. I don't really know why you'd sing this, but vocalizing music as beeps and boops is a big part of A Capella, so it works just fine.
When was the last time you heard an a capella send up of shooter Battlefield: Bad Company 2? Never? Me too!
Now I will never forget how to draw Mario. I will never look at this mushroom head, his coin eyes and his rising sun hat ever the same again.
In honor of the release of Rock Band's 2,000th song, Harmonix has released a handy widget that lets you browse the entire Rock Band library from inside a blog post. For instance, this one.