Category Archive: Videos/Animations

Any cool videos or animations that we find.

Jan 27

Portal 2’s “Want You Gone” perf. by Sabrina Valenzuela feat. David Nyman

  I honestly like this song more than Portal’s “Still Alive”. It has a bit more to it but I can understand why it isn’t quite as iconic. Luckily, there are a few like Sabrina Valenzuela and David Nyman creating cool covers of this song.

Jan 27

PBS Game/Show Experiences, Consolidates, and Recalls if Game Memories Are Real

  I’ve sadly been neglecting¬†PBS Game/Show for a while now so let me go back a few weeks and look at this episode which asks “are video game memories real?”   It’s kind of an interesting question because I’ve always answered yes to this question. I’ve written school papers on how players take their game …

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Jan 26

Smash Bros./Wario Ware’s “Ashley’s Song” perf. by The String Player Gamer Feat. Miss SPG

This is probably one of my favorite songs from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. I do wish I could have enjoyed it in Wario Ware, but either way, it’s fun to listen rather it’s the original or Diwa De Leon’s cover.

Jan 26

The History Behind Assassin’s Creed Unity Isn’t so Simple and Stabby – History Respawn

  Hope you’re ready for a crash course in the French Revolution, because this episode of History Respawn talks about the setting and time period of Assassin’s Creed Unity.   This video is part of a series. If you liked it, then I suggest checking out the rest of it on it’s YouTube Channel.

Jan 23

World of Warcraft’s “Legends of Azeroth” perf. by Critical Hit

  Critical Hit, an epic group of musicians covering game music, recently created a video for one of their songs from their first album. These guys definitely have a way of upping the ante when it comes to game covers as their work is always top quality and unique. If you liked this, then you …

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Jan 22

Nintendo Medley perf. by FAMIKOTO

Here’s something you don’t get to hear everyday. A Nintendo medley played on traditional Japanese instruments by FAMIKOTO. You should definitely check out their channel as they have done a lot of different covers.

Jan 21

Sonic Adventure 2’s “It Doesn’t Matter” perf. by Sab Irene

  I love slower versions of songs…I don’t know why but it’s why I love this cover of It Doesn’t Matter from Sab Irene. This song already is one of my favorite songs from the Sonic series, so it’s great to see it still getting some love.

Jan 21

Self-Aware Mario is Online and is a Little Self-Conscious

  It seems that the secret to curbing an AI Apocalypse will be to give it emotions and call them fat. It does make them feel so good.   Jokes aside, this is impressive. I watched this thinking that it was going to be AI that plays through Mario but instead they made something that …

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Jan 20

F-Zero’s “Mute City” Electric Guitar Cover perf. by Epic Game Music

  I fell in love with most of F-Zero’s music from the Super Smash Bros. series and I think because of that series, Mute City is the most iconic. It’s a shame that Nintendo cannot find it in them to make a new F-Zero, but perhaps a little¬†Epic Game Music electric guitar cover can change …

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Jan 20

The Namco Patent that Made Loading Screens What They Are Today…Boring – The Point

  What a strange format this video had. Anyway, to the point (no pun intended). I never knew that this was the reason why Loading Screens were, well, loading screens You would think Nintendo would love to put in World 1-1 from Super Mario Bros. while their latest platformer loaded. Maybe Danny is right and …

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Jan 19

How To Turn Your Princess Peach Amiibo into Fire Flower Princess Peach – Geek & Sundry Vlogs

  The Geek & Sundry Vlogs recently released a pretty thorough tutorial on repainting Amiibo figures. In this case, turning Princess Peach into Fire Flower Princess Peach. It all seems rather technical so it probably shouldn’t be handled by super beginners like me. Though I would like to make some of my Amiibos a bit …

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Jan 17

Final Fantasy VII’s “JENOVA” Piano and Synths Cover perf. by Alodia Gosiengfiao and Her Dad

For a game I don’t really like all that much, the music of Final Fantasy VII is always a joy to listen to. Especially when you’re like Alodia Gosiengfiao and you throw some synths in for good measure.

Jan 17

Indieformer Tells Us What You Might Not Have Known About Bastion

  Supergiant Games might just be my hero. True indie game makers, making games in their homes, connected through the internet, and just chugging along to try and make the game as best as they could.   This video was created by Indieformer. If you liked this video and indie games in general, you should …

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Jan 16

Chrono Cross’s “Time’s Scar” perf. by moonbowmusicmovie

A very soothing and relaxing cover from Chrono Cross brought to us by moonbowmusicmovie. I feel like the covers I listen to often don’t have enough double bass. It has such a great sound when paired with acoustic guitars.

Jan 16

How the Death of the Dreamcast Led to the Birth of the PlayStation and Xbox – Did You Know Gaming

  So it would seem we have piracy to thank for the Dreamcast’s demise. At least a little bit. This is why we cannot have nice things. Also, it’s interesting to hear that Nintendo’s raw deal that led to the CD-i was not the only reason Sony jumped into the console market. It was also …

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