Wanting a fresh start, Katrine moves into a university dormitory but quickly learns the myth about a ghost of a former resident who was killed. The myth soon becomes a terrifying reality.
Fans of The Binding Of Isaac are now getting a first taste of the music that they’ll be hearing in the game as a stream of the new “basement” track, which is called “Diptera Sonata”, has been released. The soundtrack to the new game is being composed by Matthias Bossi and Jon Evans, aka Ridiculon.
Go on down to the basement and hear its new theme! READ MORE
While I haven’t played The Binding Of Isaac myself, Edmund McMillen’s weird, horror-heavy tale of matricide is easily one of my favorite YouTube video binges (thanks to Northernlion and Bisnap). The simple yet grotesque art and incredibly addictive, random gameplay seems like it’s just too much fun. And one of the bonuses to the game is that the game has some really catchy music, courtesy of composer Danny Baranowsky.
Coming to that, YouTube user FamilyJules7x has put together a pretty awesome video where he plays through many of the game’s tracks, performing all the instruments himself. It’s very cool AND it comes with a free download, so head on down to check it out and snag your copy! READ MORE
The Binding Of Isaac is a super adorable, super gory and twisted awesome game for the PC, Mac, and Linux. The game looks very similar to the dungeons in the original Legend Of Zelda. Those with knowledge of bible stories know The Binding Of Isaac is a told in the bible. The games story is somewhat of a spin off or retelling. It’s a pretty cool and twisted story in which Isaac’s mother hears a voice from above telling her that her son is filled with sin. She takes away all of his possessions that are considered to be evil, and that turns out to still not be enough. So she locks him away in his room, and while that still isn’t enough, she is convinced to kill her son. He escapes just in time through a trap door in his floor. More on the DLC past the break as well as a trailer.