The PCG Q&AFind all previous editions of the PCG Q&A here. Some highlights: - What's your favorite song used in a game trailer? What game made you cry? What game did you quit because it was too grindy? We've got some mixed feelings about Respawn's upcoming Star Wars game, Jedi: Fallen Order. On one hand, yay, it's a singleplayer game with lightsaber combat. On the other hand, the guy with the lightsaber is decidedly milquetoast when compared to all the cool weirdos in the Star Wars universe. Other than having a great moisturizing routine, Cal Kestis seems like a very run-of-the-mill Jedi.For this mid-week Q&A, we're putting ourselves in charge of EA's license. If you had your way, who would be the main character of your next favorite Star Wars game? For our answers below, we've gone with existing Star Wars characters, but if you want to make one up, by all means, go for it. Let us know your picks in the comments.Jody Macgregor: Captain Edrison PeaveyI like … [Read more...] about What Star Wars character do you want to play a game about?
Star wars cantina song
YouTube’s number one trending video has captivated just about every corner of the internet, including Reddit where a new community dedicated to “pencil music” is quickly growing. Created by YouTube user Dani Ochoa, “Cantina Theme played with a pencil and girl with too much time on her hands” is, well, exactly that. Using an algebraic equation and one hell of an ear for tunes, Ochoa manages to recreate the iconic music first heard in the original Star Wars 40 years ago. The “Cantina theme with a pencil” video marks Ochoa’s first upload to YouTube. It has garnered more than 2.2 million views at the time of this writing. Since that initial upload, Ochoa has added to her masterpiece with a penciled-in version of the “Imperial March,” seen in the video below. Ochoa’s video has inspired quite a few people, such as a group of likeminded individuals who want to get in on the trend of creating music using a very sharp pencil … [Read more...] about YouTube and Reddit’s new music obsession is Star Wars music played with a pencil