@Leon Kennedy Thank you very much, Leon! And yeah, it's always interesting to see the music turning up in different types of games. It definitely fits my random style of composing. I always make random grab bags of tunes
@JCBrickston So much music, dude. I immediately wanted to check out The Big Bad Wolf song. It did not sound anything like I imagined it would, but it was very nice anyway.
My favourites though were Charlotte's Song (which felt like an epic song for trailers) and The Bravest Little Knight (I might have headbanged a little).
@slimmmeiske2 Hahaha, he's more of a peaceful Big Bad Wolf. Instead of blowing down houses, he's pouring hot cups of tea for woodland orphans.
And thank you very much for the kind words and feedback. Though now I have an image in my head of Little Red Riding Hood headbanging, and it's kind of odd, but highly amusing at the same time
Thanks guys, I'm happy you like them! And suggestions for future resources are always welcome~
@Kes Ah thanks. I hope to fill that wardrobe up some more. @Leon Kennedy I have no idea why, but I always imagined Therese being Harold's reluctant date to prom @Sauteed_Onion Good question. I have no idea, but hey it's the feeling of a "like" that counts :3 @JCBrickston Glad you like them. My mind pictures too much... I nearly made Lucius and Harold wear gala dresses
@DesperateMeasurez Brace For The Storm, eh? Gangsta track, broheim. It reminds me of the last time that we fought a minotaur together, and I destroyed it with my bare hands, saving your life in the process. In other words, I'm like the Kevin Sorbo of the quasi-mythological world, and you're my faithful sidekick, Iolaus Or if you'd prefer, I could be Brisco County Jr. and you could be Lord Bowler.
@slimmmeiske2 I definitely did enjoy those. You're a very talented artist. I look forward to seeing more of your work in the future And you should make Terrence wear a dress, since he sassed me in that werewolf game. He and Captain Commando still have problems with one another.
Back in the old days, long before I was born, salted crisps - or potato chips, for you yanks - came unsalted and had a little pouch of salt to manually shake on it. Of course, things are more efficient now, but Walker's still brought back the old 'Salt 'N' Shake' style a couple years ago. Dunno why, but if I had to guess, I'd say it's because the nostalgia crowd were getting salty.