For the first time ever, the viewers get to decide the article! Tell me which album you’d like to see me review. These aren’t all my albums, but I didn’t want to make the poll too big.
So I was looking through my comments and went to my spam comments (you won’t find these comments on the site because I haven’t accepted them). And what do you know, some fucking assholes are trying to spam me with websites where you can buy, yes, buy views for your blog. I just want you to know that I will never buy views for my blog. Sure, it only has 713 hits, but those are 713 honest hits. I didn’t pay for those hits, and I never will pay for hits. So spammers, if you’re reading this, fuck you!
Who doesn’t like Video Game Music? I know I do, which is why I’m doing this article. This is actually a follow up to one of my articles from Retro Gaming Is Best, called The Music Of Classic Gaming. With this article, however, I didn’t want to limit it to just retro games. Just like last time, don’t expect long, detailed reviews of each song. Instead, I’ll just comment on why I like the song. So, without further ado, let’s begin.
Ah, the Nintendo 64. I have such great memories of you. You know, I feel lucky growing up in the N64 Era. While the PS1 was awesome, I grew up a Nintendo kid, so I was all about the N64 when I was a kid. I remember the amazing games on it. Remember when every kid loved the N64? Remember when the N64 was the coolest thing on the entire planet? I certainly do. You know why? Because the N64 had an amazing library of games. Sure, it didn’t have the biggest library ever, but most of it’s good games were absolute masterpieces, and it really did follow Nintendo’s motto of “Quality Over Quantity.” Because of it’s amazing library, the Nintendo 64 is my second favorite video game system of all time (only the SNES is better, in my opinion) and I would like to share some of my memories of this amazing invention with you.