I am a lover of msot melodic, and instrumental tunes. Peices of
music that often leaves it up to you to paint the picture belonging
One example :
Canon in d - Pachelbel
A classical masterpiece! :3
A modern favorite with lyrics;
Chant of Immortality...
A simply breathtaking peice of music. With focus on questioning
Immortality - and notice the sad tone that lingers throughout...
That said, I also love songs with... in a lack of better words...
"Balls to the walls action!"
Like Denied by Sonic Syndicate. From start, to finnish, it's an
absolute blast of notes that makes you just wanna DO
All of Christopher Paolinis books!
He is a young, but highly talented fantasy author.
He is also a great inspirational for all young authers out there -
me for one!
Jules Verne's books were a bit of an obsession of mine as a
When it comes to movies... there is to many to list them all!
But a few won't hurt! ;)
First, I'd like to mention the two best sequells any movie could
ask for - sequels that took certain cult movies, and made them
legendary: Terminator 2, and Aliens.
James Cameron did his damndest here!
Both honoring, and improving on both of the movies - even with
Aliens wich he didn't do the first movie of.
I also feel I need to mention: Kan du vissla Johanna? ("Can You
A swedish classic that is aired on TV each Christmas, based on a
I mention this, as to how I noticed how I have changed over the
years while watching this. From the kid who didn't understand, or
bother with this sort of movie - to last christmas as I watch it
from start to finnish, again, and notice more that I had never
The subtle hints of mortality and sadness that make this movie.
Such as seeing a white tie... and knowing what loss is related to
The Witcher. As I played, and loved the first Witcher game (after
they remade it, tough), I have yet to play the second. And with the
third game in the near future, I need to take my tiem and play
trough what I feel can be a masterpeice!
I mention this, as it is based on a polish book which I have a
great deal of intresst to read - but... I do not feel the need to
support the auther, with the claims and words he expresses against
the game, and gamnig in general!
It's the stigma of an old, close minded fool who shuns the notion
that games can be, and ARE, a very good medium for tellnig
Dust: An Elysian tale.
This game... is fantastic! It was made by one man... just ONE MAN!!
(Apart from the music and the voices.) But coding, design, and msot
of the script - all one man!
Not only did he spend 4 years maknig it. He spent 1 year porting
it, by himself, to be able to be played on PC.
And, apart from being nothing sort of an amazing guy to manage it
all on his own, it really is a great game that can put a lot of
AAA-titels to shame!
Ori and the blind forest.
Recently played, and completed this little golden teardrop of a
The atmosphere, the controls, the challenge, THE MUSIC...the art
style... Ooh, God, the art style!
An amazing game I would recommend to non-gamers, and hardcore
gamers alone! :)