‘Tekken Tag Tournament’ and ‘Tekken 4’ Gets Vinyled

March 2, 2021Laced Records has teamed up with Bandai Namco for the release of a triple vinyl-set with music from Tekken Tag Tournament and Tekken 4. READ MORE »

‘Kaze and the Wild Masks’ Physical Edition Delayed

February 25, 2021 — Physical edition of retrocade pixel-platformer Kaze and the Wild Masks on Nintendo Switch ™, PlayStation®4, and Xbox One postponed until May 25, 2021. READ MORE »

‘30XX’ Original Soundtrack Available On Spotify

February 18, 202130XX catchy music is a perfect fit for the game’s familiar yet novel gameplay; run-left-to-right, jump, shoot and slice through themed 2D platforming worlds. READ MORE »

Activision Could Be Working On New ‘Goldeneye 007’

February 6, 2021 — During a recent conference call for investors and analysts, Activision Blizzard chief financial officer Dennis Durkin had a tease for fans of classic games. Durkin mentioned that there will be plenty of remasters coming this year, and they will be unveiled in due course. READ MORE »

GoldenEye 007 Remaster Gameplay Footage Surfaces on YouTube

January 31, 2021 — Released way back in 1997 for the Nintendo 64, Rare’s GoldenEye 007 is heralded as the granddaddy of console multiplayer shooters. At the time, online gaming wasn’t anywhere near as widespread as it is now, and multiplayer meant split-screen, couch multiplayer gaming. While we never got around to see a proper GoldenEye 007 remaster, we do have the next best thing — and that’s gameplay footage. READ MORE »

OST Face-Off: ‘Dune’ (1984) Vs. ‘Dune’ (2021)

December 18, 2020 Dune is a novel by Frank Herbert, and is frequently cited as the best-selling science fiction book of all time. The book was originally adapted into a movie in 1984, which was met with mixed reviews. Some people loved it; some thought it strayed too far from the source material, and others were so burned out by the cultural boom in science fiction — brought on by the Star Wars saga — that they did not even bother watching it.


Video Game Review:
‘Streets of Rage 4’

December 15, 2020 — Having it roots in Capcom’s Street Fighter arcade game series, by way of inspiration, Streets of Rage 4 came out on April 30, 2020 and was such an awesome retro game reboot that we felt it deserved more attention. SoR4 is also the perfect way to light up the winter with neon-spirited, co-op, street fighting action; with its catchy, modern — yet retro — tunes fitting the visual styles of every level like a glove.


Horror Legend John Carpenter Announces New Album

December 14, 2020 — John Carpenter is a legendary horror movie director known for classics like Halloween and The Thing, but he is so much more than that. What many do not know about this writer/director/producer is that he is also a composer and is responsible for the iconic music featured in many of his films. Carpenter recently dropped a new track and some exciting news along with it.


Hit Game ‘Terraria’ Will See It’s Soundtrack Released On Vinyl

December 10, 2020 — After over nine years of proving to players that it is more than just a 2-dimensional Minecraft, Terraria will finally see its soundtrack released on vinyl. Terraria has been a smash hit with four million copies sold to date; in 2020 the game saw one final update go live to bring its development to an end.


Interview: The Witcher 3, GWENT, Age of Empires composer Mikolai Stroinski

December 4, 2020 — Mikolai Stroinski, composer for quite a few games, TV shows, and films, was kind enough to join us for an interview, where we talked about his work, his favorite media, and more. Our goal was to really get inside the head of the man whose music is more impactful than the visuals they are usually paired with.


Will ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ 2’s Movie Soundtrack Hide Retro Gems?

December 3, 2020 — According to a listing in British Colombia’s Film Commission, the sequel to Sonic The Hedgehog will begin production on March 15th, 2021. The soundtrack and score of the first film sadly didn’t have much of the revered music featured in the original games.


Top 10 80s & 90s
Movie Parody Posters

December 1, 2020 — Movie posters are an iconic part of the pop culture lexicon. So much in fact that the online community feels a yearning desire to walk down theater halls. Taking in posters for upcoming movies, but sadly can’t be due to recent closures. People collect movie posters all over the world, and they have come to be seen as legitimate art pieces.


6 ‘Netflix Original’ Productions With Retrowave Soundtracks

October 16, 2020 — As the retrowave music scene continues to grow in popularity, Netflix has become one of the genre’s pathways to reach wider audiences. However, all things are good in moderation, and Netflix hasn’t overdone what fans of retrowave often describe as “synthwave” and 80’s synth-pop.


‘Black Future ’88’ Soundtrack

October 8, 2020Black Future ’88 has been released on the Nintendo Switch, and brought with it an amazing retrowave soundtrack. The game is an excellent callback to side scrollers of its namesake era with a unique premise that gamers are loving.