Framed for a crime we’re 99% sure they didn’t commit, Rob and Pernell listen to music on the run. Looking for their arch-nemesis, the criminal that set the police on their trail. And their enemies in their path.
Inside Prison – Shin Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-tachi no Banka – Super Famicom – Hitoshi Yamane
Prisoner – Mary Skelter Nightmares – PS Vita – Yo Oyama
High Score – Alien 3 – Genesis – Matt Furniss
Jailers Port – Dark Savior – Sega Saturn – Hiroshi Kondo
Prison Breaking – Crime City – Arcade – Unknown
Intrusion – Suikoden – PlayStation – Miki Higashino
Cody’s Theme – SFV – PlayStation 4 – Daniel Lindholm
Therapy – Alice Madness Returns – Xbox 360 – Marshall Crutcher, Jason Tai, Chris Vrenna
Shower – The Escapists – Xbox One, PlayStation 4 – Team 17 Digital Ltd.
Football! Football! Football! Why do a focus on just one game of football when we can get all the footballs into one episode! We look at games of soccer, American football, and futbol!
Helping us out this week is Michael Bridgewater from the excellent video game podcast Forever Sound Version. We are big fans of his show and excited to have him with us again on this sports-themed monster of an episode. Enjoy!
Title Screen – Madden NFL 98 – SNES – Mark Ortiz
2nd Quarter – Football Frenzy – Neo Geo – Yasuo Yamate, Yoshihiko Kitamura and or Tina Terko
Unknown Sound Test 8A – J. League Pro Striker 2 – Genesis – Tatsuyuki Maeda
Song 4 – FIFA Soccer 96 – PSX – Graeme Coleman
Match Theme 1 – Nintendo World Cup – NES – Kazuo Sawa
Statistics – John Madden Football 93 – Genesis – Rob Hubbard
This week’s soundtrack is provided by supporters of Patreon! We talk about our favorite Batmen, and take a look at Pernell’s professional RPG speed-running career. Throughout the episode, Pernell attempts to complete Ninja Gaiden 2, and Rob distracts him through the power of modern dance.
Area 1 – Blaster Master – NES – Naoki Kodaka
Chemical Factory – Batman – GameBoy – Nobuyuki Hara, Naoki Kodaka
Stage J – Chip N Dale Rescue Rangers – NES – Harumi Fujita
Novae – Shining Wisdom – Sega Saturn – Motoaki Takenouchi