We are excited to welcome back to the show Damien, aka Saikoro! He is a Twitch variety streamer, and extremely talented custom animator, not to mention one of our closest friends. We deep dive into the stream scene to talk about how he’s doing, what he’s working on, and what the future holds, plus much more!
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Greetings! #MusicMonday returns once again, this time, with a stunning piece from the masterful game that is Uncharted 4. “A Thief’s End” packs so much adventure, discovery, and exploration in its soaring orchestral theme. And what a theme this is! For all those that have played the Uncharted games, Nathan and his adventures are legendary, and this track encapsulates the Indiana Jones we all have inside of us. Buckle up for this one, you’re in for an epic ride.
Last week, Will and Drew looked back at 2020. This week? They look forward to 2021! The two chat about games they’re looking forward to – announced and unannounced – and what they hope to see from the industry next year. Plus more!
Bloody Wolf is one of my all time favorites from the 8-bit and 16-bit eras of gaming. It’s a flawed masterpiece for the Turbo-Grafx 16, and has a banger of a soundtrack. But this wouldn’t be a normal #MusicMonday if I didn’t try to find a remixed version of one of my favorite video game tunes, would it?
Here comes a heavy metal instrumental version of the first stage, courtesy of Sixto Sounds. Enjoy!
It’s the first episode of the new year, and Will and Drew take a look back at all of the games they played in 2020 – new and old – and hand out some awards! What game gets the Willie and the Drewie for Game of the Year? How about Best Hairstyle? Best Music? Tune in to find out!
#MusicMonday returns with another fine track to start your week. This time, I’m bringing the beachy, seductive vibes of “Old Metal Gear” from the Metal Gear Solid 3 soundtrack. I recently re-exported the entire soundtrack from disc to my computer, and fell in love again with this track along with the entire score. Kick back and relax with this one after a long day at work. Maybe a Margherita would be in order, too.
It’s the last episode of WDGR of 2020, and Will and Drew have a ton to talk about, including some of the games they finished this year, what caught their attention, and an extensive mailbag segment. Plus, live chatter with the Twitch chat, and more!
It’s Monday, but not just any Monday. It’s #MusicMonday. Turn up the volume and get your heart pumping with the menu theme from one of my favorite games, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. I remember having a hard time hitting the start button when I first played the demo of this hack and slasher. It’s energetic, orchestral, and gets you amped up to crush some robot spines. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Until next time..
Drew has played about 10 hours of Cyberpunk 2077 on the Xbox Series X, and has walked away from it mostly optimistic. How does it run on the Series X? Are there any bugs? How does he feel about how the game runs on the other consoles?
Plus, Will tried to watch The Game Awards, but couldn’t finish. Drew watched the entire show. Both had vastly differing opinions. Who was in the right? Let us know!