This week's podcast we turn the tables and ask our listeners what games they believe are influential classics! There are some great tunes and serious bangers in this episode, further proof that our listeners have excellent taste! Also look out for Rob's favorite trivia game: Name That World Warrior! Did you know E. Honda's bust size? Neither did we, UNTIL NOW! This episode was recorded over a live stream exclusively for our Patreon members. If you'd like to get involved and support the show, why not consider becoming a patron! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels
Some BODY once told me that podcasts gonna rock your socks off! Our podcast this week is all about those crazy SMASH BROS! There's so much original music and arranged classics that we couldn't possibly do it alone. A RETURNING CHALLENGER APPEARS! Mit Chel Wong (composer, Kine) is not only a fantastic award-winning composer and musician, they're also deep into the competitive Smash scene! Mit talks shop about ESports, their favorite characters, moves, and most especially: favorite tracks. https://mitchelwongaudio.com/ https://mitchelwong.bandcamp.com/ https://charityepjam.bandcamp.com/releases
This week on the podcast we're joined by a pair of indie game developers to talk about the classics that influenced all of video games. Some of our choices are a little more obvious than others, but that's what makes it fun! Blake Edwards (Nomppie) is developing Ways Lost, a deck building RPG with rogue-like elements! AJ Wash is a composer working with Blake, helping him bring the world of Ways Lost to life!
We take a look at the raddest actions games ever made, turned into card games! But with no cards! So it's still a video game! Okay hear me out, it's a card game you play on the TV. And you don't have to buy cards, but sometimes you do. That's it no more questions enjoy the show!
A hero emerges after the smoke cleared from our blow-out argument about the best games of the past decade. That hero is you, our listeners! We turn the microphone over to the internet and let you decide what are the best games you played over the past 10 years! We also play "Is This a Real Atari Game?", so play along with us! Let us know how you did!
Rob and Pernell dig deep into their gaming past and find the very best that no one ever was. That's right, you knew it was coming, it's the Rhythm and Pixels decade in review! Sort of kind of! Our musical picks come from games released in the past 10 years that made the biggest impression. Not just the critically best games out there, but the absolute best games out there for us. Enjoy the show!
Download We did it! We finally got around to finishing those best-of-2019 lists and share them with each other! How do your top games of the year stack up to ours? Tune in to find out! Track list: Boardwalk -…
Fresh from MAGfest, Rob and Pernell are back with a live recorded episode full of fan-favorite video game music tracks! We talk about our favorite moments of the show, new games we're playing at the moment, and of course read our Patreon member testimonials. New for 2020, we are offering R&P "uncut" extra content to our Patreon members. More conversation and unfiltered dialog from your favorite podcast hosts! If that's something you're interested in, head on over to https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels
The Sony PlayStation turned 25 years old this year, so Rob and Pernell spend the episode reminiscing about their favorite PlayStation memories! We look at the launch titles for the PlayStation, and some favorites from the PS2 and PS3! And of course we can't talk about the PlayStation without talking about rampant piracy. So don't tell anyone, promise? Yeah we can trust you. Enjoy the show!
This week we reached out to listeners and asked them for all the video game things they're thankful for! We also asked for some excellent music, and boy did they come through! Also look out for the latest craze: Kirby Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions! Podcast edition!