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Category: Review

Dreaming through the noise : StartOfTheDay – Melody Runner

It’s long overdue, but here it is, my first “Dreaming through the noise” post. As I said earlier, I wanted to post some kinds of short reviews, and so here we are, you’re about to read the first of those. And the first album I want to share with you is Melody Runner, by StartOfTheDay. […]

Digital Rooftop: At the start of the dream

These past few months have been FULL of good games coming out : I still have to play Star Ocean (the PS3 version), I had a blast with Heavy Rain, I dived into Final Fantasy XIII as soon as it was available, I recently got Sands of Destruction on the DS, I’ve yet to complete […]

Digital rooftop: Another war

I’m weak… And because of that I bought yet another game. I don’t know how I’ll manage to complete all the ones I started, and that’s not even thinking about the coming months which will see the release of Fragile on the Wii, and Resonance of Fate, Final Fantasy XIII and Heavy Rain on the […]

Digital rooftop: Prelude to the war (Tom Clancy’s EndWar)

(Tom Clancy’s EndWar review, Part 1 of 3) So, today I bought Tom Clancy’s EndWar on PS3 (found it for a tiny 15€) and invested about 45 minutes in it, just enough to see how it played like. To be fair, the test conditions where far from ideal: small SD screen, and much worse no […]

sleepmakeswaves – In today already walks tomorrow

Finding good music is always a pleasant experience. Finding good music for free is even more awesome. Recently, I got lucky and stumbled upon a fabulous record, “In today already walks tomorrow”, by the band sleepmakeswaves, distributed on the net by the Lost Children netlabel.Hailing from Sydney, Australia, the four guys play a very cinematic […]

The World Ends With You

I have some kind of a bad habit. Once in a while, I’ll go into a store selling books, video games or CDs, and there I’ll look through the available items to finally end up buying something I know nothing about. That is, a good cover art and an unusual title can be enough to […]