The SideQuest 519: ELLENMMO


[UPDATE: We have winners! Flatlander and IncreaseBlue win!]

Welcome to the SideQuest, your semi-weekly podcast devoted to gaming, culture, and gaming culture, with the often tangent.

Episode 519: ELLENMMO

In this episode:  We play games! Bravely Default, OlliOlli, LEGO Marvel, Guild Wars 2, and more are enjoyed. “NintenDOH!” is discusses. The NPDs are out! And a musical giveaway!

CONTEST: To win one of THREE digital copies of Razzy Bash – Loitering in the Left Lane, leave a comment below telling us what music you listen to when playing games. In-game music? Your own soundtrack? Jazz? Let us know! ONE comment per person. You have until FRIDAY, February 21 at 11:59AM EST (noon!) to enter!


Dali DimovskiEric Smith, John Eustice, Taylor Bliss


Music today is provided by Razzy Bash. Buy his album on iTunes now!

Intro: Razzy Bash – Speeder’s Creedo

Interlude: Razzy Bash – Power Shifter

Outro: Razzy Bash – Cool Moonlit Highway

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  • Contest starts today and runs through Friday, February 21 at 11:59AM EST (Noon)
  • Winner selected by SideQuesting at or around 1PM EST Friday
  • Available to US residents only, 18 years or older
  • Item is a digital code for full album through CDBaby
  • Three lucky winners will be chosen
  • Please see our official Contest Rules for more information.

Author: Dalibor Dimovski

Dali is the Editor-in-Chief and co-founder of SideQuesting, as well as the co-Founder of CarDesignFetish and the founder of MakLink. Dali is also a car designer, deejay, and introductory beer-brewer.

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  • J. Clark

    Ok, I’ll bite… I listen to the ‘in game music’ if I feel like the producer or artist has nailed it. I love Jesper Kyd’s stuff for instance. If its a “driving game” aka Forza I almost never listen to anything but my own music. I’ll use iTunes playlists that mimic the speed of the game often so it could be anything from Iron Maiden to Takeshi Kitano soundtracks. lol.

  • Christen

    I listen to the in game music because a lot of music can add to the overall feeling of a particular scene in a game. If I’m roaming around or playing multiplayer though, I’m more likely to just put on my own playlists.