Episode 15-10 The Lovely Wildcard Justice Attack


Get in your jumpsuit and climb in your 50 foot tall robot, it’s time to save the world! Invaders from another planet are threatening our music, and we must stop them with our only defense! Great video game music with no topic restrictions!

Track list:

  1. Castle of Dhaos – Tales of Phantasia – Super Nintendo – Motoi Sakuraba
  2. Ferocious Drive – Atelier Iris Eternal Mana – PlayStation 2 – Daisuke Achiwa, Ken Nakagawa, Akira Tsuchiya
  3. Country Selector – ESPN International Track & Field Summer Games – Gameboy Color – Norihiko Hibino, Kazuki Muraoka
  4. Elite Four Theme – Pokemon Black and White – Nintendo DS – Shota Kageyama, Go Ichinose, Hitomi Sato, Junichi Masuda, Minako Adachi
  5. The First Tide – Intelligent Qube – PlayStation – Takayuki Hattori
  6. Charge The Soul Of Fighters – Super Robot Wars Original Generation Moon Dwellers – PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 – Ichirou Mizuki, Hironobu Kageyama, Rica Matsumoto, Eizo Sakamoto, Masaaki Endoh, Hiroshi Kitadani, Masami Okui, Yoshiki Fukuyama
  7. Metamorphosis: Always Been But Never Dreamed (Theater Mode Edit)  – Tetris Effect – PlayStation 4 – Noboru Mutoh
  8. Laughter (Phantasy Star IV) – Czethros11
  9. Endless Worker ver 2 (Continuous Mode) – Magical Drop III – Neo Geo – Hiroaki Yoshida, Masaki Iwasaki, Shogo Sakai, Sin, Tatsuya Kiuchi



  1. “The 1st Tide” is not the ending theme haha! “Courage and Hope” which also plays in the fourth and eighth stages of the game as well as the credit scroll at the end of the game. It also happens to be my favorite track!

    I first played Intelligent Qube like many others did, off a PlayStation demo disc. It had a striking impression on me, so when I got the full game many years later, I was in love with it, like this soundtrack (from the composer of Godzilla 2000 and Martian Successor Nadiesco no less) is just exquisite!

    So Pernell, you definitely need to check Intelligent Qube out! It’s a bit of a pricey game on the second hand market, but it is on the upcoming PlayStation Classic! There’s also a PSP version of the game called I.Q Mania which is also pretty good and is fairly cheap online (only came out in Asia, but the PSP is region-free, so it’ll work on any region!)

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    1. Thank you! I love this game, it captured my imagination the same way 🙂 I’m going to lend my disk to Pernell so he can try it, he’s a puzzle guy so he should be into it


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