….While the game looks like a lot of fun, fans of the series are up in arms about the game’s shift in tone and characters. I for one welcome the change. A few years ago journalists tricked developers into thinking that gamers didn’t want to play WW2 games anymore, when in fact they were still selling quite well. Now, we get gritty/realistic “modern” shooters set in fictitious versions of Iraq, Afghanistan, and the new goto war-zone New York City (golf clap).
We love great music. Every once in a while we encounter a new band that we can’t help but talk about. Form and Shape’s album My Conquest is the Sea of Stars sends listeners on an auditory journey through deep space with ominous beats in all the right places. If you’ve ever imagined what sort of music people might listen to while traveling at light speed on a starship, the answer is Form and Shape. If you like what you hear below you can purchase My Conquest is the Sea of Stars for a mere two bucks on their bandcamp page, or head on over to their homepage and give them some love.