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Life Is Like A SNES Video Game! Ah, Yes...Well, Maybe Just The Soundtrack!

Updated on December 17, 2015

Killer Instinct

Natural Born Geek

Video games, a form of escape from the cruel ways of the world. Video games are not a reason why a sociopath goes ballistic. They go ballistic because they lost touch with reality way before they decided to play a video game.. A video game can’t fix your life. It’s just temporary entertainment and to not be taken realistically. There was a particular video game that went beyond game play because it came with a soundtrack. I’m speaking of Killer Instinct for Super Nintendo. If you’ve never heard of it, it’s worth a listen. It’s difficult to describe exactly what musical genre it truly is. The soundtrack is called Killer Cuts and was collaborated by Robin Beanland and Graeme Norgate. Here is a link to more information on the video game’s background and it’s developers:

I remember hurrying home after school just to play this game. I tired to beat my bother home. But him and I used to battle each other.

Game Play!

The Music!

I got into this soundtrack so long ago and I have even gotten my friends into it. It's fantastic stuff. I've even got the entire soundtrack on my iPod. You must give this a listen.

Start off with the first song on the soundtrack. You won't be disappointed. I promise.

Soundtrack Cover

Killer Cuts from Killer Instinct: K.I. Feeling

Killer Memories!

My brother and I would race to the door to see who got inside first and then try to beat each other to the video game room which was my bedroom, but it was still an open field. "It's in my room." I'd say. "That doesn't matter." My brother reminded me.

It was a fair trade because we both had our good and bad game playing days. But, it was so much fun. Memories worth remembering!


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