We’ve gushed about The Binding of Isaac for a long time, and we’ve been playing it’s sequel non stop since it’s release. We love the game so much we want you guys to enjoy it as much as we do! This is why we’re giving away 2 Steam download codes for The Binding of Isaac. All you have to do is like us on Facebook and comment on the contest post. That’s it. We’ll draw two winners on Friday 11/21!
Game creator Edmund McMillen has posted a new track from the upcoming video game The Binding Of Isaac: Rebirth, which is said to be coming out by the end of this year. The track, entitled “Genesis 22:10″, is the new title screen music and is composed by Ridiculon (Matthias Bossi and Jon Evans). You can listen to it in the replies, and you can listen to Edmund on our podcast here. Oh hey, Edmund, if you need a couple of beta testers, you know we got your back. Continue reading
If you’ve listened to our show at all, you know we’re huge fan’s of The Binding Of Isaac! (Check out episode 18 of our podcast, featuring TBoI creator Edmund McMillen, here) In a recent blog post on his site, Edmund McMillen revealed that the music in the upcoming rogue-like game The Binding Of Isaac: Rebirth will actually change based upon the items that the character picks up.
McMillen writes, “…the cool thing about the music in [R]ebirth is there will be a few items that warm how things sound… and a lot of the tracks sound amazing when they are slowed down or sped up”
This was a response to a writer telling McMillen that a new track, “Duress” (in comments), sounded extremely sinister when played backwards. Continue reading
Have we got a treat for you today. Matt already spilled the beans but we *somehow* managed to convince Edmund McMillen (YES THAT EDMUND) to come on the show. We talk about future Team Meat projects, Binding of Isaac Rebirth and Sting. Screw you, we love sting. We review, sort of, the cinematic glory that is Boardinghouse. So go on, grab a beer sit back and enjoy the show.