Episode 7-2 Video Game Love Story


Ah February, a time for romance and freezing your butt-off. This week on the show, Rob plays beautiful romantic songs from the Super Nintendo/Famicom. And on the other side of things, Pernell plays tragic and sad tracks to bring us all back to reality. Get close with the one you love, put on the show, and have a beautiful February 14th 🙂

Track list:

  1. Promise ~ Engagement – Front Mission: Gun Hazard – Super Famicom- Nobuo Uematsu
  2. World of Sorrow – Fire Emblem Path of Radiance – Gamecube – Yoshito Hirano, Saki Haruyama, Naoko Mitome, Atsushi Yoshida, Kanako Teramae
  3. Tasteful – Tales of Phantasia – Super Nintendo – Motoi Sakuraba, Shinji Tamura
  4. Spider’s String First Movement – Shin Megami Tensei Digital Devil Saga – Playstation 2 – Shoji Meguro
  5. Calm Time – Star Ocean – Super Famicom – Motoi Sakuraba
  6. Last Wishes – Shining Force II – Genesis – Motoaki Takenouchi
  7. Blue Like You – The Megas applebadge-sm
  8. Alan and Cerl Forever (Breath of Fire) – Jorge Fuentes
  9. Shrine of Light – Final Fantasy Mystic Quest – Super Nintendo – Yasuhiro Kawakami

Download episode 7-2 here!


  1. Hey guys, started listening after the big podcast crossover. Big fan.
    I have to set you guys straight on Front Mission: Gun Hazard though, since it seems like you didn’t know a lot about it. It is *not* like the other games in the series, except maybe Front Mission Evolved. While the other mainline Front Mission games were turn-based strategy, Gun Hazard was a side-scrolling, mech-based action game. And not just any mech-based action–a lot of the people who worked on another great, 16-bit era mech game, Cybernator/Assault Suits Valken, were the actual developers here. I remember just a few episodes ago that you guys mentioned Cybernator, but I can’t remember if that was just in reference to its (great) music or the whole game. Either way, Gun Hazard is a great game in its own right. Might be worth a look if you do like that era’s action games. Note: It was only released in Japan, so if you’re playing legit carts, you’ll need to know Japanese. If you’re willing to play it through other means, aeon genesis translation projects made a full translation you can use.
    Thanks for your time and all the great music.


    1. Wait! So this is a side-scrolling mech game?! Well, I do believe that I need to get on the hook for trying this out! Sometimes, we end up speculating on certain things due to not having the knowledge on hand at time that the topic pops up on the show. Times like those are when posts like these come in handy. 🙂

      Thanks for the details on this one, Dan, and thank you for listening to the show!

      – Pernell


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