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Review: Nobuo Uematsu - Final Symphony

Nobuo Uematsu is a god. I think that should be said at every possible opportunity when applicable. The Final Fantasy series has always been a highlight in terms of music within the narrative of the videogame medium, and there are literally dozens upon dozens of albums to back that claim up. 856 more words


Video Interview From MAGFest 13: Beep Documentary Crew

RPGFan Interviews The Beep Documentary Crew at MAGFest 13. Featuring Karen Collins, Director of Beep, and Matthew Charlton, Director of Photography and Camera Operator for Beep. 93 more words


Distant Worlds Brings The Music Of Final Fantasy To The UK

Distant Worlds: Music From Final Fantasy is coming to London and Scotland this year.

Launched in conjunction with the twentieth anniversary of Final Fantasy, the Distant Worlds concert features the music of the best selling video game series. 162 more words

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Concert Review: Distant Worlds

I forget exactly how long ago Scott got us tickets for the Distant Worlds concert at Prudential Hall in Newark, NJ, but it was quite some time ago. 819 more words


Can music in Video games can help to make a game memorable?

Music in a video game might not come across as a major thing; however, it can be the one of most iconic parts.

The music is always going on in the background and though you may not particularly notice its brilliance or even second guess turning the volume down. 214 more words


Distant Worlds in Tokyo, Japan

Distant World returns to Tokyo and Osaka after 4 years away from Japan. This celebrates their 100th concert with Nobuo Uematsu, Emiko Shiratori and Susan Calloway in attendence. 32 more words


Quameno Lore-Page

Galactic brain-boxes! Luckily they don’t enjoy violence, or everyone else would be screwed.

(In the hands of a player they can be as violent as they want, making them very strong.)

Race_Quameno – PDF

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