I fully put my beating level 9 on Zuma the other day to just hitting random on my Pearl Jam folder. Rocking to some old tracks, singing along, got me past it. It, however, isn’t helping with level 12.
I have also found a renewed appreciation for Buckcherry. For some reason their stuff really fits games well.
My only complaint about custom soundtracks is losing audio cues in games. For instance, with a custom soundtrack in Oblivion you’d have no idea there’s a threat nearby until you’ve got five fireballs up your arse.
Very interesting to see what people are listening to! Gives me a few ideas for the future. Great job TriXie!
Nice article Trixie. The only time I utilize this feature is to zone in on some of the arcade games. Other then that, I’m always running my trap with someone in chat or in-person. I need to talk less. 😦
Crystal Method – Tweekend was made to be played with Burnout Revenge. Loudly. Just thought I’d add my 2 cents.
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