Sometimes you float, sometimes you swim, but usually you just die instantly! This week on the podcast we listen to great music used in video game water levels. Our selections range from chill to heavy rock, but still all sound watery!
Grab your swimsuit and goggles, the Rhythm and Pixels are going into the VGM deep end!
A wild podcast appears! The Rhythm and Pixels team is blasting off at the speed of music, because this week we’re talking about all things Pokemon. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Pokemon, we’re covering music from all of the handheld console “eras”. Helping us celebrate is special guest Mike Ward, musician and Pokemon addict.
So flip that hat backwards, get your Bulbasaurs and Charmanders ready, it’s time for great video game music!
Veridian City – Pokemon Red and Blue – Gameboy – Junichi Masuda
National Park – Pokemon Gold and Silver – Gameboy Color – Junichi Masuda
Lavendar Town – Pokemon Red and Blue – Gameboy – Junichi Masuda
Round 1! Music! Rob and Pernell kick, punch, and shoryuken through some of their favorite (non-Street Fighter) fighting game music. There are awesome bosses, tough female fighters, and some head-nodding guitar riffs throughout this week’s ultra-combo-episode!
Get to your local arcade, put your quarter on the machine, and jam out to the Rhythm and Pixels!
Koujou no Blue Moon (Mr Big’s Theme) – Art of Fighting – Arcade – Seisuke Itoh
Zoku (Jack Turner’s Theme) – Art of Fighting 2 – Arcade – Seisuke Itoh
Momentary Life (Baiken’s Theme) – Guilty Gear X2 – Playstation 2 – Daisuke Ishiwatari