Daily Archives: January 17, 2014

Beautiful Attack on Titan Music (Video)

In case you guys haven’t seen the Anime Attack On Titan then hopefully this beautifully tragic piece of music will help convince you to go check it out. Also, A while back after I had watched the first 15 episodes I wrote up a review that you can see by Clicking Here. This song is titled “Vogel Im Kafig” and is a perfect example of the artistic quality that has gone into this Anime series. Different portions of this music is used in different scene from the show. Though this song is predominantly sad it has some very light undertones that give you a feeling of hope.

This is the kind of thing that really separates mediocre entertain from something that is much more artistic. I defiantly encourage you to take a moment out of your day to listen to this music without any distractions. So much of our day is filled with the same recycled garbage that we hear on the radio and TV. So I hope you enjoy this music as much as I do and as always I want to know your thoughts. If you really sat down and listened to this song let me know what you thought and if it was able to provoke any sort of emotion in you. Leave a comment below or on the Facebook page.


TitanFall Alpha Looking For Players

Late last year we saw the most anticipated first person shooteres released for both Xbox One and Playstation 4. Now as long as Battlefield and Call of Duty have been around there has always been a loyal fan base that says one is better than the other. Well if you happened to pick up Battlefield 4 and are currently registered with EA’s Origin service, then there is a chance you might be chosen to participate in an alpha trial of Respawn Entertainment’s upcoming game TitanFall.

Now I’m not saying that makes Battlefield better than Call of Duty, but that definitely is a nice little perk for picking up that game. EA is sending out alpha invitations right now, inviting players to take part in an exclusive trial of the upcoming title on Microsoft’s Xbox One. However, if you don’t feel like waiting around for an invitation that might not come, then just Click Here to submit an application to participate in the Alpha test .

So far all we know about Titanfall’s multiplayer is that it will feature 6v6 player match ups that will include 9 additional AI bots on each team. Seems a little small to me, but hopefully with this new Alpha we will get a much more clear idea of how this whole thing will play out. Because lets be honest, most FPS games aren’t bought for their single player campaign anymore. So what are you hoping to see in this Alpha test? Leave me a comment below or on our Facebook page and let me know.