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  1. A couple days ago I released the complete digital soundtrack for Mage's Initiation. It's got over 2 hours of music in 80 tracks (and 12 bonus tracks, some of which were themes that went unused in the final game!). It also comes with 4 variations of the album cover with D'arc wearing the various elemental garbs. $12 CAD (or $9 USD) http://music.brandonblume.com/album/mages-initiation-original-game-soundtrack Some kind quotes about the score: "Mage’s Initiation features really impressive music throughout: sometimes a light classical ambience, and sometimes a more prominent, heroically inspiring piece, all with a bit of a medieval vibe. I have actually been letting the light acoustic guitar-based town theme play in the background as I write..." -Adventure Gamers "The music is simply a treat, especially if you have a fondness for the sort of stuff you’d hear in King’s Quest; it’s all ambient, Medieval-style works that change to reflect a location or a mood." -Respawning "The music is what really impressed me about this game, though. The whole soundtrack is just really well done, and was the main thing tugging at my nostalgia heartstrings. The tavern music in particular reminded me of the tavern in Raseir from QFG2. Everything suits its area. I never tired of the combat music even after hearing it for the fiftieth time." -Impulse Gamer "The soundtrack including the voice acting is great." -MadDownload.com
  2. I actually did. Didn't get much attention, though. It's in the Junkyard section. Probably should have posted it in the General section. Laserschwert here gave it some attention at least.
  3. Mage's Initiation now has a Coming Soon page on GOG. Go now and wishlist it if you're one of those anti-Steam/anti-DRM fellows. https://www.gog.com/game/mages_initiation_reign_of_the_elements?fbclid=IwAR0bDIdf6WWWXL_FFQg9cWJen9AL26FUAHFS6TyAU_59v1bCiPjUhVQmrHk
  4. I took most of yesterday and wrote a script that extracts background resources from a Sierra game, converts to PNG, and upscales with ESRGAN. I'm doing all the Sierra games and uploading them to a Google Drive folder. I'll upload more as time goes on: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1r6wxN7xQzuV9bm4H_rw3u4aCOO5r43P4?usp=sharing For PQ4 (and some screens in PQ3) I'm going to try a different model that's more accustomed and trained to restore low resolution live photos. It's coming out more like a painting, and while that's cool, I think it can do these better. For QFG4, all the backgrounds are in pieces with foreground objects as different picture resources entirely so I'm going to take more time with that one and stitch them all together before upscaling.
  5. I agree it's not perfect, but especially with these shots I've shown above, the remasters look either blurry or washed out completely while the upscales preserve a lot more detail. Especially in Full Throttle's case where most of the remastered backgrounds were just upscaled with inferior filters and hand-pixel edited on top for certain areas.
  6. All due respect to those involved with the LA adventure game remasters, but this kind of blows it out of the water. This was done with ESRGAN and a Manga109 dataset-trained model. This requires a bit of GPU memory to run through. This method has also been used to great effect for upscaling sprites and textures in 3D games like Doom, Hexen, Ocarina of Time, Final Fantasy VII (you have no excuse now, Square), Mario 64, Metroid Prime, and tons more. Full Throttle Highway: Full Throttle: Kick Stand Full Throttle: Inside Jet (original, upscaled, remastered) Sam & Max: Street Grim Fandango: Office Hallway Grim Fandango: Office Entrance Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Throne (in order: original, upscaled, special edition, original scan) Monkey Island 2: Cliff Face (original, upscaled, special edition) Monkey Island 2: Big Tree (original, upscaled, special edition)
  7. I prefer middle of the road. As close to even as possible, favouring graphics just a tad more. Obviously best case scenario is high quality graphics and high framerate. In these days of 4k norms, I'm happy to be on my GTX 970 enjoying 1080p graphics on highest settings most of the time with 100+ fps on my 60hz monitor.
  8. I don't know Persona. Never played it. But I did get excited when the surprise was unveiled. Makes me hopeful for other non-Nintendo challengers we'd least expect. And I'm happy for Persona fans.
  9. 4 different classes, each with different solutions to many puzzles, and each have their own specific side quest. Definitely worth replaying!
  10. The game I scored that was Kickstarted a few years ago is finally coming out. You can also now wishlist it on Steam. Adventure/RPG-hybrid in the vein of Quest for Glory but with its own twist, for those who haven't heard of it (or forgot).
  11. That's definitely the best one so far. The music, and especially the lyrics, work amazingly well.
  12. The song with lyrics is so 200% anime. Funny you should mention Melee as its, Smash 4's, and Ultimate's themes all use the same (or extremely close) chord progressions and have countless nods, winks, and references to each other's melodies. Ultimate's theme even references some musical riffs from Smash64's intro. Brawl is still my favourite theme though many seem to think it's far too dramatic to be taken seriously as a Smash theme....which is what I thought was the whole point. And there is not greater Final Destination Theme than Brawl's:
  13. Apparently Skybound Games is going to finish off Telltale's last Walking Dead season, according to Robert Kirkman. https://www.gameinformer.com/2018/10/06/skybound-games-finishing-telltales-the-walking-dead
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