Forgot password?  |  Register  |    
User Name:     Password:    
Nerds Without Pants   

Nerds Without Pants Special: Musically Inclined

One of us didn't follow directions. Can you guess who?

Welcome, lovely listeners! The Nerds Without Pants are taking a break to play some more of the excellent games released in 2017, but that doesn't mean we are leaving you in the lurch. Far from it! Before break we each recorded a little something to highlight some of our favorite music from the year in games. So sit back and enjoy an eclectic mix of gaming tunes as unique as our three hosts. 

We'll be back with our top games of the year discussion at the end of the month. Cheers!



Angelo Grant Staff Writer

01/04/2018 at 01:34 PM

Hey guys, I made a minor mistake I just wanted to correct. I said Emi Evans did all the vocal work on NieR. While she did do a majority of it, and the creative heavy lifting, other vocalists did assist.

Log in to your PixlBit account in the bar above or join the site to leave a comment.


Hot Story

Runbow Review

Runbow originally made a splash when it was debuted as a Nindie alongside a small number of other indie games making an exclusive first appearance on the Wii U. Given the fairly thin Wii U library, it quickly became a darling of the Nintendo enthusiast community and its popularity propelled it to other platforms. Coming full circle, Runbow is now available on Switch and its frantic 9 player multiplayer is back in full force. While it’s short an exclusive mode featured there, it offers all the same content as before, just on-the-go, with no compromises like the New 3DS version of the game. As a multiplayer experience, Runbow is chaotic fun, not unlike Smash Bros, but as a single player it’s not quite as entertaining.