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Embracing Oblivion Embracing Oblivion

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Whoa o.o

This isn't saying you ripped off someone else or got inspiration from them. >.<. Its just a coincidence!

at about 00:55 or so this song really got into a vibe that made me felt it belonged in Mass Effect. I was putting in some files into a flashdrive whlie listening and i'm like "Whoa! This is mass-effecty."

I'm just saying that this music is in high-quality, it belongs in a game which is .. well, sort of one of the best ever. It would be the best ever made ever if Bioware put as much effort into sidequests and companion defelopment as they did in KotoR, but you can't have everything. Especially when it is just one disk of information.

Kay anyway, 5/5 10/10. Nice song!

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popraz responds:

Wow ! Thank you ! Well, Bioware might not have put in as much effort in Mass Effect as they did in KotoR, as you said, but they still own the RPG market and it's still great quality work overall, even better than Fallout 3 for example (which kicked ass too). Maybe they'll improve with Mass Effect 2 and 3.

=Judgement Day= =Judgement Day=

Rated 5 / 5 stars


I expected this to be another song, a FFVI remix, then I turn it on and i'm like "wtf this isn't when you go into the crater in the world O-O"

I absolutely love the intro, hehe. After the intro it gets a little less epic, but whatever. Its a nice quality song :3

Hades responds:

Yeah, well, it seems that you're not the first one to expect some FF music out of this. ;D I'm glad you liked it enough to spare some time for this review. Thanks!

Elysium Depths Elysium Depths

Rated 5 / 5 stars


You got the tone down and stuff XD

Anyway, i wanted to tell Anubis something. I've played both games, and I felt that the Ancients should have the same theme. This theme itself is different, it has various drums in the actual song I think, this one doesn't.

The pirate songs are actually all different save for a few moments that just need the classic music XD

Distant Town Distant Town

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Non-remix songs often make me make stories...

A man trudges through a wasteland in the night, the floor covered in black, formless slush, every step he takes kicks up the slush into the air in a dust-like appearance, the stale taste of the sludge entering his mouth every so often. This place was a battleground.... one in an ancient war, war of survival. Hulks of dead vehicles lie scattered everywhere, the power sources of the ancient wepaonry having worn itself off a long time ago.
He holds up a bracer he is wearing near his mouth, pressing down onto a button, producing a beep.
"Nothing so far... Substance 26-B has degraded into its last stage everywhere, only a junkyard remains."
The bracer 'talks' back to him, another male voice... late fourties, maybe.
"Damn it... keep looking, you've only been down on the battlefield for less than a hour! If we find a intact piece of Substance 26-B we'd be loaded for who knows how long!"
"Yeah yeah, I know... these machines must've used all of the substance's energy up over the years... I would have thought it would have started to re-grow into a hot-spot for 26-B."
He then lets go of the button, letting his hands rest at his sides. A low noise to his right is heard.. something shuffling about the sludge in the distance. The man pulls out a pistol from its hoilster... This thing fired specail slugs with suspended plasma inside its shell, the bullet itself shot via magnetic coils. It'd take care of any kind of life form on this planet.
He holds his bracer up, just pressing another button, setting it on continued broadcast.
"Hey, you know anything about this planet's inhabitants? I think i've found something... too damn dark to see anything, though."
"Eh? This side of the planet has a few harmess species... not much has survived since whatever war happened here tore apart this whole side of the planet... The rest of the planet's species is on the jungle on the other side. Hell, i'm not even sure what your hearing, I'm not picking up any lifesigns besides your own up here."
"Whatever, I know I heard something..." He says, approaching the sound, turning on an addon flashlight he has on the pistol. Suddenly something with black, pulsating bulges moves and stares at him - Its face looks like it could have been some kind of humanoid, but its face is terribly malfromed, the same black stuff on it. It starts growling, making the man yelp and unload a bolt into the thing's face, practically blowing its face up from the released plasma that melted most of its face... the sound of the mini-railgun's fire travelling over the whole area, the response being hundreds of growls, close by and in the distance.
"...Whats that? I don't like the sound of that."
His bracer says, the man being frozen for a second before looking around him, the growls are comming from EVERYWHERE around him.
"... Shit, get me out of here!" He says, looking around frantily now.
"What? I'm not even picking up any lifesigns or signals from any machines! Whats going on down there?"
Some vaugely humanod, black-bulge covered thing leaps out from the darkness with a snarl, the man blowing off the things torso, sending it backwards.
"Just do it, get your sorry ass out of space and down here NOW!"
He turns and shoots at another... then another, then slides to the side when another lunges at him, shooting it when it lands on the ground..... then he gets pwnd the end.

Too lazy to put any more in it! Beside sonly 500 characters left, lol. Nice creepy music going on! Creepy music is always good.

due to no critique needed.

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punk7890 responds:

!!!Thanks man!

I love reading your reviews. Any reviews like this are just awesome!

Glad you liked it as I did make it. Stay tuned for more. :)

People like you make me want to make more of this type of music.

Cyrptic Temple Cyrptic Temple

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I can't refuse a story challenge! Never!

The main character wakes up in a dark room, cold and damp. Nothing is there to greet her, nothing but the sound of a cable sparking to her right, the repeditive spark giving the room brief flashes of light. She sits up, confused... How she got here was a blur. All she remembers is her own ship losing power, life support having failed as she passes out from the lack of oxygen. She lets out a sigh, looking around the room. She's in a simple square room made of cold metal, black dust floating in the air, every time she opens her mouth she tastes the stale powder, the powder scentless. Behind her there are six tubes... a base of metal that supports a glass tubing, one that looks like someone could fit in when closed. Four are broken and one has the base ripped out of the floor. The base is all the way across the room, its on top of someone, though its much too dark to see any details. The woman crawls over to the man, eventually landing her hand in a puddle of gore. She yelps and jumps back, looking at her hands... She stands up, and looks towards the door, an open doorway with the sliding doors blown off, from the inside or outside she can't tell. She composes herself a little, then walks over to the man, trying to find a gun or something useful off of him. She find what LOOKS like a pistol, pulling it out of his hand. "S-sorry..." She says, not bothering to check what race the crushed man is as she walks out of the room.
The area outside a rectangle room, lit dimly by malfunctioning violet lights on the ceiling. The room is what looks like was a genocide - Multiple people with skin varying from gray to white to red with various mechanical implants are scattered dead all about, half cut like tissue paper by something... yet more torn apart, blown up, crushed...
This room looks like it was a control room for something, various consoles with many buttons strewn about, most of them part of the wall, though even consoles that were apparently PART of the wall got torn out, leaving a dark hole.
Keeping her weapon closeby, she looks to the three doors she hasn't entered yet... left wall, front wall, right wall. She walks over to the closest one, the left, and peeks in.... Only a few feet away is a collapsed corridor, the cieling having fallen. "No way i'm getting through that..." She says very silently, backing away. She now moves towards the front door...
Bodies everywhere in a long, corridor-like room. suddenly, the sound of a repeating phrase is heard, somewhat distant, a foreign language of some kind. She turns to her left, peeking through a door... a four-legged spider-like robot is half destroyed, repeating the same phrase over and over, glitching pronounciation often. She lets out a sigh... this place is creepy, much too creepy...

Kay um, hope you liked the spam that was invented out of this song. Too lazy to keep going, only got 1000 characters left or so now. High quality, inguenitive layout, good use of insturments, creepy... epic.

5/5 10/10!

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punk7890 responds:

Holy shit. I love you so much :))))))))))))))

Very wonderful story there my friend! That is not spam!
Like wow I think your my hero.

Thanks so much for the review! Happy to hear some more from you. :)

Field of Perils Field of Perils

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Lol o-o

I think i heard this one before. Nice author comment.

Chimer Conquest Chimer Conquest

Rated 5 / 5 stars



Yes very epic.
It makes my eyes water. That happens less than goose bumps LOL
You deserve a pat on the back o-o

9001/10. [[Yes. ITS OVER NINE THOUSAND!]]

The Beanstalk The Beanstalk

Rated 5 / 5 stars

at 1:05...

1:05 - 1:45 That made me review. That part o-o
It made me get goose bumps, it was suprisingly EPIC.
Something hasn't made me get goose bumps from epicness in awhile. While I would have rated it a 5/5 10/10 even without that epic part, the stong, deep strings of that part inspired me to review. While my reviews are never useful, at least it might make you smile at how awsome your music is when others bother logging on for it? 'Sides... The quality is great as well as the composition itself, even if I was a good reviewer I'd have nothing to add in =p Nothing seems to be out of place.

Except maybe 1:05 - 1:45, because its much deeper and dire than the rest of the song, but the song builds up to that moment, so it isn't out of the blue. As for your comment, it could just be that person looking back down at the war-torn land and seeing huge metal monstrocities of war approach the stranbe beanstalk. Then he/she gets up to the top after the dire part XD

Or maybe some old enemy was chasing him/her up the beanstalk.


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VGCat's Audio Comic #1 VGCat's Audio Comic #1

Rated 5 / 5 stars



Really, you have to go to VGCats place. Its a comic strip here, and this is the exact text in that episode.. but then I don't know whats the rest <.<

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Hathor-Liderc responds:

The rest is a gag reel we made out of boredom.

Carf-DragonFly [ext version] Carf-DragonFly [ext version]

Rated 5 / 5 stars


I'll give you the full, um, score I gave the other song, but... I really wouldn't if it wasn't for the non-fully electric songs. I just don't like that kind of stuff. T_T Oh well. Its a nice song, and now I can review it in full.

I absolutely hate the intro, but thats just because its my opinion since I absolutely positively hate vocals. Especially when it says "BASE" or w/e it said. Now that i've listened to the intro more fully I appreciate the hardcore-ness more, the intro just made me zoom past the whole intro though =P. You did a nice job keeping it non-repeditive by putting in the softer part.

At around 1:30 it gets pretty nice, its like a mix of hardcore and soft-ish, without being too bad, it sounds realistic enough to be creative, it has a non-repeditive tone, but then you put in that vocal again... >.<.

Anyway, This is a superbly well-done song for this song not being a remix of some song already made. Congrats dere person ;3

Carf responds:

Thanks for the well devined review, its much appriciated :).
New things will come up shortly, but you can find a lot of my *other* work which I do
with a friend under the name Creactive Labs.