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I love that song! - Let's fly to the Moon! PDF Print E-mail
Written by act_deft   
Friday, 20 March 2009 12:41


It's so peaceful up there in the moon... well, not so peaceful...

Today's track is The Moon from Duck Tales

Please note due to copyright issues I can not make this song available for you to download directly.

Duck Tales was great platformer out of the NES era made by Capcom. Not only did they do a great job with the game and levels, the music was pretty awesome too, especially the Moon stage. It's so mystifying and calmed in the beginning of the song, something that resembles space itself. Then the real song starts giving us something more upbeat, living an adventure of a lifetime, IN SPACE!

This track is considered by many one of the best songs in a video game ever, and I think we can all really hear why.

Also brentalfloss has done a pretty funny lyrical rendition of the song.


If you want to post your opinion about today's track or you've got a song suggestion you would like to see featured from a game let us know in the comments and we'll see what we can do about featuring it in an up coming article!

Number 1. Beatmania (Series) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kikineko & Deekman   
Friday, 20 March 2009 10:27


Over the past week we've explored Ninjas, espionage, horror stories and vampires, but finally we present OLR's number 1 Konami game series - Beatmania!

Released in 1997 for the arcades in Japan, Beatmania is a music game where you play as a DJ mixing tracks and tapping the keyboard. There are five keys and a turntable to control with, and you have to hit (or scratch) the notes as the fall down the screen. As you tap it adds beats to the song, and playing extra notes serves no penatly, but allows the player to add their own twist on things.

Number 2. Castlevania (Series) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Deekman & Kikineko   
Thursday, 19 March 2009 06:52


On September 26 of 1986 Simon Belmont took up the 'Vampire Killer' whip and began the legendary struggle against the forces of the undead and Dracula himself. Castlevania continues to prove that in this world of high budget 3rd person action games and first person shooters, there's still room for 2d, side scrolling adventures.

Happy 5th Birthday Katamari Damacy! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Deekman   
Wednesday, 18 March 2009 12:06


5 years ago today the revolutionary game Katamari Damacy rolled into our lives (well Japan's lives and those of us who imported). So we though what better way to celebrate than to have our own little Katamari party! 

So here's to you King of all Cosmos and dashing Prince we can't wait to see what rolls our way next!

cake01 The Cake!

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