Frank and Alex briefly talk about competing in the fighting game tournament known as East Coast Throwdown, share differences of opinion regarding Sonic Mania, complete the adventure in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, and get a full on VR experience by way of Killing Floor: Incursion. They also discuss the teasings of another installment of No More Heroes, Puzzle Fighter making the jump to mobile, the launch date for Destiny 2‘s raid, Street Fighter II‘s re-release on cartridge, the upcoming indie lineup for the Switch, PUBG continuing to break records, and more!
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So, one of your favorite InnerCityGeeks happened to have the chance to attend a video game music concert last weekend. I have a great love for video game music both new and old. These days almost all game music is orchestrated, which is a far cry from the beginning when it was all synthesizers and sound effects. It seems to me that this particular genre is always improving with time and I love every second of this evolution. It’s gotten to the point that one particular video game soundtrack was nominated for a Grammy last year. This is the first time in history that this has happened and I see nothing but improvement from here.