1. Chrono Trigger’s gameplay in a snow-covered world with Final Fantasy X’s story and a solo piano soundtrack strongly reminiscent of classic SNES titles. Sure, why not.

  2. Another Japanese fantasy RPG about eternity and cycles. Except this one is a ton of fun. You look like a potato in cutscenes, though. And Christ knows who your beloved is.

  3. Weird and bombastic, senseless and silly, Fallout 4 is a Michael Bay-style sendoff to the franchise I knew and loved. Despite its flaws, it’s a good game in its own right, but it seems for every piece of it you like, there are two pieces holding it back.

  4. Pillars of Eternity is one of those games that prove the Kickstarter funding path to be viable. That, perhaps, is what’s most important about it, but there are nevertheless a lot of other things that are interesting, to say the least.

  5. My piano arrangement of ‘An End Once and for All’ from Mass Effect 3, with sheet music. Made in late 2013.

  6. After a few years of talking (and arguing) about diversity, it seems we’ve finally reached a point where we can see what the end stage of the pursuit will look like. On the one hand is Sense8, a TV show starring people from all over the world, and on the other, a fantasy tale born from Polish culture and folklore.

My music, elsewhere:

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