This piano kills demons, Nowhere is Now Here, and Hip Tanaka’s musical eulogies

On this, the second official day of Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere, we consider another kind of fall: That vicious wasteland of online comments. We thank our readers for staying above the fray.

Seattle, Washington is in the Pacific Northwest. Some call it the Wild, Wild West of game design. We just miss the fresh fish and coffee-scented air.

This is Nowhere. (Or is it Now Here?)

Here’s a gentle reminder that the player will only be in control for so long. Games will soon start playing us.

Do you like The Walking Dead, Mark of the Ninja, and these amazing posters? Campo Santo is a new game studio comprising talented gents behind the aforementioned. And they’re hiring!

Famed early Nintendo composer and electronic musician Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka dedicated two wonderful remixes to the passing of former Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi. Listen to music from Metroid and Super Mario Land arranged like never before.

In case you were not aware: There is a Doom Piano.

A bientôt!