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Gaming Tunes
Posted on Tuesday, January 24 2006 @ 16:18:04 PST

Ever since the days of the first Suikoden (damn fine RPG that), I have become an adverse game music addict. I frequently download free game music off the internet for my own listening pleasure. This is not an ailment, but more an opinion. I listen to this music as it reminds me of some of the kick-ass moves, maneuvers and fights I have prevailed in the games. They remind me of the strength required to pass that section. They remind me of how kick-ass the game is.To me, listening to this music helps me unwind, and can be compared to catching up with old friends, be it Captain Havoc from C&C:Renegade (check my review), Cortez from TS:FP (again, check my review) or Gremio from Suikoden 1 (no review, yet). Why am I telling you this? I'll get back to you on that.
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