Not satisfied with the game's violent urban battleground, one intrepid modder turned GTA's streets of San Andreas into the ultimate “Carmageddon.”
The next installment in the horror-fantasy game franchise boasts one of the biggest orchestral scores ever recorded for a video game. Take a listen!
Once you complete a mission, you get to play as Michael Myers, your gun being replaced with a bloody axe, and the music in the game being switched over to an iconic theme that's sure to put a smile on your face.
The Gorey-style drawings show the demises of beloved characters like Mario, Zelda and Earthworm Jim, and putting them all together creates a video game-themed version of The Gashlycrumb Tinies.
2013 was an interesting year for games, particularly in its delivery of solid, compelling narratives. While the landscape has been full of sequels and spiritual successors (not a new trend), there has been no lack of deep storylines to scratch the more intellectual itch of gamers everywhere.
The cyber-rocker has released his instrumental tracks from the zombie-massacre video game soundtrack in a special EP edition. Find out more!
Konami's horror-fantasy game features a suitably epic symphonic accompaniment by Óscar Araujo, now available in an updated, expanded album. Check out our review!
Roy Z's metalized score to the wacky George Romero-voiced video game is out now. Check out our review and listen to a sample!
There is scarcely a movie franchise without at least a video game or two to go with it. Retro gaming blong VGJunk decided to play the "What If?" game and put together some some title screens for licensed 8-bit Nintendo games that are not real - but should be.