Journal of anime ramblings, fiction works and reflections
The last time I posted muse music it was the type that helped me with my writing. Gaming music also helps with my writing too but usually it directs me along the lines of adventure, so I always end up thinking like dragons, gods and fairies, epic battles or other fantasy-based ideas. I’m not really great with that side of creative writing. Like I’ll start but then lose the idea halfway along the way then leave it alone to get ideas but then I never get the urge back to finish what I started.
So anytime I’m gaming, even though the music in game goes perfectly well with the action, I always find some other instrumentals that make me feel more of an adrenaline rush while gaming and makes me feel more engaged. I haven’t played that much action/adventure games since college. The only games that give me that sort of satisfaction are MMO’s like Allods and League of Legends (which I suck at). So far Elder Scrolls is in its Beta test mode so when it comes out officially I’ll be on that.
Otherwise, I play other Mod games and horror PC games for the time being. Mainly horror. I’ve played that Slender man game, which pisses me off so much because I can never get all the manuscripts in time and I end up freezing when Slender pops up rather than trying to run away.
I have yet to REALLY play Amnesia: Dark Descent. Watching the game play alone gives me panic attacks because I hate when the monsters are coming and all that can be done is running and hiding. I really can’t wait to play it.
I’ve played Campfire Legends (Hookman, The Babysitter and Final Act or is it Last Act). It’s a horror game that works in three chapters. I loved the twist at the end, it’s a really great game, with the few jumps and scares. The Last Act is my favorite of the three.
Moving on however! To the gaming music that I have to share with you. These are two of my favorites.
Digital Warrior – Erik Ekholm
At the part where the music gets really intense and the choir joins in, I almost fell out my chair from the epicness of it. It was my best eargasm moment.
Art of Survival – Ryan Taubert
Hope you enjoyed them ^-^.