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What’s up avid gamers? Welcome to this week’s episode of the PC Gamer Chat Log podcast! Did you video podcast watchers discover our brand-new look in final week’s episode? We have gone a bit of vibrant, I hope you prefer it! Anyway, seize your headphones and put collectively your final videogame music playlist. However do not play it but! First, take heed to our episode all about our personal love for all issues videogame music.

This week, we have introduced alongside Weekend Editor Jody Macgregor. He could also be a video games journalist now, however Jody really began out writing for music magazines. It makes him the proper podcast visitor this week, bringing the data from either side with some actual neat information in regards to the evolution of music in video games.

All of us have a chat about a few of our all-time favorite soundtracks, from JRPGs to video games which have accomplished some completely rad stuff with adaptive tracks. Jody and I discuss how a lot racing video games within the 2000s proceed to affect our music style at present and spend manner too lengthy speaking about all of the cool radio stations in video games like Grand Theft Auto and Saints Row. Everybody has a favorite station they’re going to fiercely defend, even when it is a station that normally performs music we hate. Drop your individual favorite videogame radio station so I can decide if for some weird cause it is not Okay-Rose in GTA San Andreas.

As at all times, test in with me and Lauren originally of the podcast for our weekly catchup. After a sleepy few gaming weeks for each of us, we have been busy bees this week! I performed a couple of game! Lauren type of performed video games! It is actually been a interval of development for each of us.

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