There are plenty of truly wonderful gaming soundtracks out there which can contribute immensely to our personal gaming experiences. I see so many posts on Twitter about great OSTs whether it be appreciation posts, discussions or favourites lists; this topic is certainly a common one – with good reason. However, whenever I see talk of soundtracks, it always seems to be about how well they are written or how suited they are to the game. This is [11:11] after all, so I thought I’d address the topic with a slightly different outlook. As I have a musical background myself, the way music is used in gaming is a topic I’m particularly fond of, so I racked my brains to think of 11 games that have a unique type of soundtrack and / or use of music – the kind that incorporates into the game itself, or those that really go the extra mile to fit into the game’s requirements.
We’re halfway through 2019… how crazy is that?! To mark the occasion, I though I would revisit my New Year’s Resolutions and take a note of my progress (or lack of) so far. The realisation that 6 months has already passed has given me a slight kick to get done what I hoped to get done.
Welcome back to another [11:11] post! So far I’ve talked about Games I Loved But Never Finished and JRPGs I Wish I Had Time To Play, so this time I thought I’d revisit the past and choose a selection of games I used to love when I was growing up.
Hello there! I am very pleased to announce the first Official blogging series brought to gamergal.exe, [11:11]. This series has been in the works for a few months now, and I’m really excited to be able to bring some new content to gamergal.exe on a more regular basis! Without delaying it any further, I would like to welcome everyone to the first instalment of my new blogging series, [11:11].