Maribelle. March 17, 1995.
1.21 gigawatts. Hufflepuff. AARmy. MCRmy. Blink. Otaku. Bibliophile. Guitar, bass, drums, marimba, piano, a little alto sax. Wannabe stacker. Hobbit. Unhealthy food. Base coat, brushes, dotting tools, top coat. Fanfics, bandfics. Doodily ding dong tick tock. Down side of the Schwartz. Slorgs, stamps, & plushies. But none of it in that order. =) I swear I reblog stuff, I just stuff it all in my queue. [[If I use a picture/gif/anything that belongs to you, and you want me to take it down/give credit/source it, PLEASE let me know.]]
I know I haven’t been on Tumblr for the longest time, but I just got back from my first ever concert. Holy shit, I’m prepared to type an essay about it tomorrow. Guys: MIKE KENNERTY IS REAL. HE’S A REAL PERSON. WHAT THE HELL.
Some tunes we often overlook in video games are the intro themes of publishing/developing companies, and the boot-up themes to various systems. Here is a medley of system boot-ups and company themes that can be recognized by gamers everywhere, and have special importance to me.
Composer — Various
In order of appearance:
- Sony PlayStation 1
- Sony PlayStation 2
- Sony PlayStation 3 (before firmware 3.00)
- Sony PlayStation Portable (system and game boot-up)
- Nintendo GameCube
- Sega Dreamcast
- Microsoft XBox
- Microsoft XBox 360 (newest version)
- Konami (newest version)
- Konami (heard when playing Metal Gear Solid 1)
- Capcom (newest version)
- Capcom (older version)
i saw hell with my own eyes
Oh hell no. How did ^that get 600+ notes? You saw hell?
And 3 of those tabs are “restore session”s.
Don’t fuck with me.
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