In this series, I take a look at some of my favorite marketing videos (i.e. game trailers) ever released for videogames.
In this post, I’m highlighting some of my favorite (and probably best) forms of Downloadable Content (DLCs) that a player can experience: expansion packs!
You ever play on a stage or against a character while a certain background song instantly gets you pumped up to play? Maybe making you have enough adrenaline that encourages you to be more aggressive than you’d normally be?
I can’t talk about good fighting game music without mentioning the famous Tekken series, one of Bandai Namco’s most famous IPs to ever hit the gaming industry.
While the game’s combat shines through and through, Mass Effect: Andromeda needs some serious polish before it can be fairly called a great Mass Effect game.
In this post, I’m highlighting one of the best character select themes to come out of the King Of Fighters series: it’s from KOF 2000.
Shaq-Fu was a difficult fighting game to play, and I believe one of the first fighting games to introduce a stamina bar.
DOA tends to have some interesting fighting game tracks around, especially when it comes to their training music.
This is one of my favorite MK character select themes of all time. It made the idea of a 3d MK fighting game an exciting trend to get into.
DBZ Budokai 1 will always be one of my favorite fighting games of all time.
Street Fighter Alpha 3 used to have some controversy back in the day, primarily for making all new original theme songs for the characters that you could play as.
The Genesis version of the V.R. Troopers Theme song is infinitely better than the TV show version in my view.
The Sega Genesis version of the first Mortal Kombat’s soundtrack is underrated in my view.
In this series, I share music found in fighting games that I find personally interesting (for its sound, composition, or just because it’s good to listen to). Doesn’t matter what era the music comes from!