Well it's been a while, but not due to lack of material. I now have two jobs that basically work me from 10 AM to 9 PM every day, and of course I have to make time for my dear Christine on the weekends. Makes me glad I don't have the responsibility of reviews anymore: Brian can have that.
Today we have three new editorials, two of which are on the subject of game music. Our own Hidoshi, Mark Tjan, talks about how the simple melodies really stick with ya', while Chris Casey discusses how well the RPG genre deals with ecclecticism.
Also, on the PC RPG front, we have The Last Kai, who reports his thoughts on why the latest crop of PC RPGs have been, in his opinion, very poor quality. Oh, and I disagree with him, so controversy shall be made manifest. Check it out.