Original SoundCAST returns with another episode, committed as ever to its noble mission of informing and entertaining you without requiring you to read words. This week our special topic is ‘Vocal Themes in Videogames.’ When are they good? When are they unnecessary? When will Square-Enix learn that they don’t need to use one in every single Final Fantasy game?
Also up for discussion are Square-Enix’s new Chill SQ arrange album, upcoming Uematsu piano arrangements from Benyamin Nuss, little-scale’s massive 365 chiptunes project and one man’s proposal for a Game Boy synthesizer. All this and more, plus you get to hear me explain why I will never play a Kingdom Hearts game ever again. Ah, I can hear our readership dropping already. Hit the download link below!
This week’s episode features more delicious chipmusic from Montreal’s Battle Lava — Listen to his new album below and download it for free!
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