This week on the show about video game music remixes at OverClocked ReMix:
Rayza has recently suffered some emotionally damaging “hardware
malfunctions,” hence the absence of last week’s episode. Everyone pay
him your condolences. Anyway, we’re back in action… and how! Upcoming
meet-ups, Mazedude’s new remix album, some major changes in the judges
panel, and a little crush talk just for you.
Get it at http://www.vgdj.net
ThaSauce is expanding with a Torrent Tracker and Wiki. Assistance is needed with both, so please register as soon as possible and start helping!
The tracker currently hosts various sets of Dwelling of Duels, as well as batches of 25 OverClocked ReMixes from 1251 through 1425, which is more up to date than any other set of torrents currently out there. If you have something you feel is torrent-worthy, there’s a forum topic where you can get it posted.
We’re looking to expand the wiki to the point where it can be a one-stop database for looking up a remixer or project. Currently, we’re filling in pages for remixers on OCR. As always with a wiki, if you see a red link that’s in your subject area, fill it in!
Dunno how old this is, but I didn’t know about it anyway..
Super Mario War is a party game for one (which isn’t much of a party) to four players, which is somewhat reminiscent of the original Mario Bros. arcade game, except the only enemies are the other Marios, controlled by other players or the computer.
In Classic mode the object is to jump on the other Marios’ heads and keep them from jumping on yours, which is pretty fun, but if you get bored with that there are 16 other modes like Chicken, Tag, Domination, and Survival. A nice selection of levels, all based on Mario graphics, are bundled with the game, along with a level editor to build your own. Super Mario War is a free download for Windows or Xbox, though the latter requires that you have the ability to run homebrew games.