A detailed account and a mini-interview concerning the recent Passion! VGM concerts in Australia has been released by the Chrono Compendium. I don’t mean to blatantly plug my site, but there are some pictures interspersed in the feature and a lot of italic / bold formatting that would be a hassle to reproduce here. Anyway, if that hasn’t turned you off yet, you can find the report here. Due to some complications, the videos of the concert still aren’t out, but jesus, I’ll post them when they get here.
After nearly a dedicate of being some of EnterTheGame’s biggest, most popular channels, #ocremix, #ocrwip, #thasauce, and many other related channels have migrated to EsperNet.
IndieBox is a new subscription service that allows gamers to discover a new game each month — all while supporting independent game creators.
Established by the creators of the leading independent video game editorial site IndieGames.com and online download service Desura, indie game bundle website Indie Royale releases game bundles every two weeks to help get the word out over games that are worth playing and support developers that are typically passed over in mainstream media. In addition to all these awesome games, Cheap Dinosaurs’ acclaimed self-titled chiptune-rock album is yours for the taking.
Drew Wheeler, also known as halc, has started preorders for his first full-length album, Pixel Perfect Complete, to be released on June 15th. With only fifty physical copies of the album available for pre-order, we would urge you to definitely purchase a CD before they’re all gone!
At the end of the week, ThaSauce Wrap-Up features bite-sized news recaps just in case you missed any juicy articles. This week includes listening parties for the Rokko Chan Soundtracks and Shnabubula’s Starbound, the release of Indie Game: The Movie worldwide, our own giveaway for Minibosses tickets, and more.