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Most people would think that finding the perfect gift for a gamer is simple, since they enjoy playing video games and such, but this is not the case! You wouldn’t buy a teacher chalk, so why should a gamer get a game… every year? It is their hobby, so I’m pretty sure they would buy their own games. Besides, it is a pretty daunting task trying to find the perfect game when there are so many different personalities around. So, get some help from this list and buy something that the gamer you know doesn’t already have. More »


Japanese beatboxer, Hikakin, has released video of him performing a Super Mario themed music session. There are 5 classic Mario themes mixed in there, how many can you identify? More »


Do you have an abnormal talent to identify video game soundtrack songs, but never had a way to put your skills to the test? No? Yeah, I don’t either, but that doesn’t stop Sampla: The video game music quiz from being any less fun. More »


It appears that the idea of a Little Big Planet 2 isn’t as ridiculous as Media Molecule may have wanted you to believe. A tweet from electronic musician Ochre let the cat the out of the bag, or boy out of the sack in this case, claiming his track “Infotain Me” will be featured on the upcoming Little Big Planet 2 soundtrack. We’ve graciously included the song below, check it out! More »


The award winning soundtrack to PSN’s Flower will be available to download on Thursday, April 8 for $2.99. The soundtrack features eight tracks spanning over an hour worth of music from award winning music composer and audio designer Vincent Diamante. Fans have been begging for the game’s soundtrack and now it’s finally seeing a release on the one year anniversary of Flower on the PSN. More »


Popcorn and the movies. Television without commercials. Yoo-Hoo and a glazed donut. Some things in life are just perfect for each other. Video games and music are one of those things. While gamers are unable to control the requirement to earn that last gold trophy/achievement, they are able to control what pumps through their speakers while doing so with custom in-game soundtracks. To help change-up that stale rotation of old-time favorites, the Wirebot bloggers will be providing a suggested playlist every Friday. Our recommendations this week include songs from: Elisa, The Lawrence Arms, Gyakuten and a few others. More »


Popcorn and the movies. Television without commercials. Yoo-Hoo and a glazed doughnut. Some things in life are just perfect for each other. Video games and music are one of those things. While gamers are unable to control the requirement to earn that last gold trophy/achievement, they are able to control what pumps through their speakers while doing so with custom in-game soundtracks. To help change-up that stale rotation of old-time favorites, the Wirebot bloggers will be providing a suggested playlist every Friday. Our recommendations this week include songs from: BOA, 2PM, MC Frontalot and a few others. More »


Didn’t have the funds to pick up the special edition of Bioshock 2? No problem Wirebot has you covered with a special unboxing video. Take a peak inside to get a glimpse of the art book, soundtracks, posters, and holographic game cover that are exclusive to this limited edition. You’ll even get a chance to hear the 180g vinyl in action! Without further ado, here’s your Bioshock 2: Special Edition video footage. More »


Will anything ever top the great bonuses included with the Playstation release of the cult JRPG Lunar 2: Eternal Blue in 2000? The Complete set included the original game spread across 3 discs, a soundtrack, a leather bound instruction booklet, and an omake box. The omake box was home to a fabric map of the the Lunar landscape, more than a dozen cardboard pop ups featuring the cast as chibi characters, and a bulky replica of leader character Lucia’s magical pendent. When I think of collector’s editions this is the set that I compare them to. But, please correct me if I’m wrong. Have you seen a collectors set that gives Lunar’s set a run for it’s money? More »


Popcorn and the movies. Television without commercials. Yoo-Hoo and a glazed donut. Some things in life are just perfect for each other. Video games and music are one of those things. While gamers are unable to control the requirement to earn that last gold trophy/achievement, they are able to control what pumps through their speakers while doing so with custom in-game soundtracks. To help change up that stale rotation of old-time favorites, the Wirebot bloggers will be providing a suggested playlist every Friday(and this week, Saturday!). Our recommendations this week include songs from: The Smiths, Anton Dvorak, T-ara and a few others. More »


Popcorn and the movies. Television without commercials. Yoo-Hoo and a glazed donut. Some things in life are just perfect for each other. Video games and music are one of those things. While gamers are unable to control the requirement to earn that last gold trophy/achievement, they are able to control what pumps through their speakers while doing so with custom in-game soundtracks. To help change up that stale rotation of old-time favorites, the Wirebot bloggers will be providing a suggested playlist every Friday. Our recommendations this week include songs from: BOA, 2PM, MC Frontalot and a few others. More »


Popcorn and the movies. Television without commercials. Yoo-Hoo and a glazed donut. Some things in life are just perfect for each other. Video games and music are one of those things. While gamers are unable to control the requirement to earn that last gold trophy/achievement, they are able to control what pumps through their speakers while doing so with custom in-game soundtracks. To help change up that stale rotation of old-time favorites, the Wirebot bloggers will be providing a suggested playlist every Friday. Our recommendations this week include songs from: Hot Cross, Paramore, Less Than Jake and a few others. More »


The Final Fantasy XIII Original Soundtrack must be the only soundtrack to warrant it’s own website and now it’s own trailer. The elegant trailer features some of Masashi Hamauzu’s FFXIII work and a close look at the First Cut Limited Edition 5-disc set. More »


Popcorn and the movies. Television without commercials. Yoo-Hoo and a glazed donut. Some things in life are just perfect for each other. Video games and music are one of those things. While gamers are unable to control the requirement to earn that last gold trophy/achievement, they are able to control what pumps through their speakers while doing so with custom in-game soundtracks. To help change up that stale rotation of old-time favorites, the Wirebot bloggers will be providing a suggested playlist every Friday. Our recommendations this week include songs from: Torche, Hot Water Music, Joe Hisaishi and a few others. More »


Popcorn and the movies. Television without commercials. Yoo-Hoo and a glazed donut. Some things in life are just perfect for each other. Video games and music are one of those things. While gamers are unable to control the requirement to earn that last gold trophy/achievement, they are able to control what pumps through their speakers while doing so with custom in-game soundtracks. To help change up that stale rotation of old-time favorites, the Wirebot bloggers will be providing a suggested playlist every Friday. Our recommendations this week include songs from: Dance Gavin Dance, All That Remains, Team Teamwork and a few others. More »


With the holidays right around the corner and the recession in full swing there is no doubt everyone is feeling the pressure to pinch-pennies this holiday season. If you’re unable to shell out $60 for a new game for that special gamer on your list, here’s a thrifty list of ideas that won’t set you back anything more than a Jackson. More »


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