There’s nothing like dashing away on your horse after infiltrating a compound, calling in a pick-up, and then hearing your favorite song blaring in the distance as the helicopter makes its way closer to you.
In today's edition of Speak-Up on Kotaku, commenter Arok_Lazarus wonders what music transports us back to the games we used to play.
There's nothing but an announcement for now. And while pop songs in games are hardly new, considering how suited The National's music is to a dirty, near-future landscape—and how Valve has already shown themselves how capable they are at integrating songs into a game in Portal 2—I think it's okay to get a little…
DJ Hero 2, set for an Oct. 19 release, will include 105 songs remixed into 80 different mixes, Activision said today.
N is for Nirvana, who gave teen spirit a smell. N is for Night Ranger without "Sister Christian", what the hell?
Just when I had gotten The Flobots' "Handlebars" out of my head, next week's Rock Band Music Store update crams it back in, along with tunes from Electric Six, The Raconteurs, and a little Alanis.
Band Hero's track list continues to confuse the hell out of me, as newly revealed songs from Hilary Duff and Jesse McCartney mingle with newly revealed songs from David Bowie and Counting Crows.
The list of officially confirmed songs for The Beatles: Rock band grows to twenty-five this morning, as today's trailer reveals are joined by seven more tracks by way of official EA decree.
A rather nice variety of tracks make up the first batch of new DLC for Rock Band Unplugged since launch, with Stone Temple Pilots, Mötley Crüe, Avenged Sevenfold, and Dream Theater getting the Frequency treatment.