Tomorrow(and today at some select Circuit Cities) Guitar Hero 2 for the 360 comes out. 10 extra songs, a new Gibson guitar, downloadable content and HD quality gaming. That’s all great, right? No? What do you say it could use? Online gameplay? Okay yeah, it could use that, but for now we get a kick ass commercial.
I was watching The Riches and a commercial came on. All the sudden I saw a cartoony commercial pop up. A meteor was head towards earth and a guy standing on top of a van holding an Explorer started rocking out. A girl holding another guitar pops up out of now where and rocks out more. They’re rocking out, electricity coming out of their guitars, attacking the Meteor. It crumbles, and the guy grabs the meteor, they continue rocking using the meteor as a pick as Mother starts blaring. The commercial mixes Jamie Hewlett’s art style, and a music video reminiscent of Tencious D.
Hopefully David’ll have the video up in the media player under Video Game Commercials in the Pipeline. I suggest you watch it.
Let this day be known as the one when the Video Game Music Channel struck its first milestone of allowing users to stream over 100 music tracks! We now include music from the Bone series, Sam& Max, The Blackwell Legacy, The Shivah, Space Renegades: The Series, and many more titles in The Pipeline, our multimedia player!
Stay tuned for more tracks in the near future.
Earlier last week we had a technical problem with the Video Game Music Channel. The problem has since been fixed allowing for everyone to listen to 90+ music tracks.
At the same time you’ll notice several changes to the player. The dates on the Guide page now update whenever we update the shows. Also there’s a new ‘i’ button that displays the video’s name once it is rolled over with a cursor.
Now on serious note Mark Gravender has told me that Daniel Baruela has fell down a set of stairs at his dorm.Â Currently he’s in the hospital and I don’t know how he’s doing. We can only hope for the best!
Indie game developer Kudos Games has submitted 3 tracks from Wu Hing: The Five Elements! Now playing on The Pipeline’s Video Game Music Channel.
Telltale Games has given StuffWeLike.com permission to air the soundtrack to Sam & Max Season 1 on its multimedia player! These 10 tracks are now available under ‘Video Game Music Channel.’