Sega, what the fuck. Seriously.
Current desktop. Sage advice.
This is the baddest thing I’ve seen in a while.
God, I’m such a geek.
This is the most epic final boss theme ever.
More proof that WoW-players are crazy.
Valve’s popular, award-winning game “Portal” is free on Steam until May 24th. Get it! You have no reason now to not try it!
An isometric version of the NES classic Metroid that you can play right in your browser! (requires Adobe Shockwave)
If there’s anything that playing all those Mario games has taught me, it’s that being greedy helps you live longer.
You may have heard of chiptunes and may have even listened to them, but David E. Sugar takes them to a whole new level with “We Weren’t Put Together”. It could possibly be dismissed as your average pop song if it weren’t for the vast majority of the track being sequenced on a Nintendo Game Boy. That’s right, that brick of a thing that you used to play games on in the 90s. Mostly everything you hear in the song besides the vocals and some of the drums all come out of that little thing, and it sounds pretty amazing. People have developed MIDI sequencers using the Game Boy’s sound chip to create music, and David E. Sugar uses it to produce full-fledged songs like this one. That in itself makes it interesting; I for one was quite surprised the first time I heard this song; I wasn’t expecting for the vocals to kick in as I had expected it would be instrumental, as most chiptunes are. I don’t know much about the artist’s other music as his other stuff is very hard to find, but from what I understand, he doesn’t exclusively write music on the Game Boy, nor am I sure if he still does in his releases.