Are you lost? Not sure where the next is? Let Pernell, THE HUMAN GPS, help you to your next destination! World map, over-world map, all the maps, it’s map music. We find that our picks compliment each other in their happiness, friendliness, and then darkness. These maps get dark yo.
Accretion Disk – Ogre Battle The March of The Black Queen – Super Nintendo – Masaharu Iwata, Hitoshi Sakimoto, Hayato Matsuo
World Music – Pokemon Trading Card Game – Gameboy Color – Ichiro Shimakura
Map of Leonia – Brigandine Legend of Forsena – Playstation – Yumiko Mori, Atsushi Noguchi, Yusuke Yada
Ma Da Ra Main Map 2 – Moryo Senki Madara – Famicom – Tappi Iwase, Miki Higashino, Hirofumi Taniguchi, Aki Hata
Goddess of Revenge – Advance Wars Days of Ruin – Nintendo DS – Yoshito Hirano /Yoshito Sekigawa
Large Map Last Area – Shin Megami Tensei 3 Nocturne – Playstation 2 – Shoji Meguro
Let’s keep the Mega Man love going, let’s listen to the music from the GBA series Mega Man Battle Network. Pernell finds his inner Mega Man, and Rob talks about a snare drum for too long. This series is a treasure-trove of excellent music, and it makes this episode a must-listen.
Journey of Determination – Mega Man Battle Network 4 – Gameboy Advance- Toshihiko Horiyama
Running Through The Cyberworld – Mega Man Battle Network – Gameboy Advance – Akari Kaida
Fire Field (FireMan’s Stage) – Mega Man Battle Network – Gameboy Advance – Akari Kaida
Beach Street – Mega Man Battle Network 3 – Gameboy Advance – Yoshino Aoki
Peace Again (Credits) – Mega Man Battle Network 2 – Gameboy Advance – Yoshino Aoki
Electrical Crisis (ElecMan’s Stage) – Mega Man Battle Network – Gameboy Advance – Akari Kaida
Rob and Pernell set aside their friendship and call each other out. It’s time to throw-down! Gutsman I choose you! This week we pit Mega Man Robot Master against Robot Master in a battle to the awesome!
You did it! This is your time, this is all for you. This is your video game music victory. We listen to great music composed for celebratory sections of games. Not necessarily RPGs, but any game where you have become victorious.
We’re joined this week again by our good friend Matt Waldron of Pernell and Matt Play Games! He brings some great tunes, and some great discussion. He’s a great guy! Check our his show on Youtube!
Attraction Tour: Winner Crowned – Nintendo Land – Wii U- Ryo Nagamatsu
Stage Clear – Military Madness – TurboGrafx 16 – Jun Chikuma
Winners – Lunar: The Silver Star – Sega Saturn – Noriyuki Iwadare
The End of The Battle – Shadow of the Colossus – Playstation 2 – Kow Otani
Roll some dice, flip some cards, and ruin your relationships! That’s what board games is all about. This week we focus on board games in video game form. They could be video game versions of existing board games, or video games designed as board games.
Pernell gets nostalgic with some Top Shop action, and Rob picks all Japanese Super Famicom tracks. They both can’t stop dancing to the Mega Ran track at the end. Enjoy!
14 Days of Darkness – Dokapon Kingdom – PS2 – Shigeki Hayashi
End of Game – Yujin no Furi Furi Girls – Super Famicom – T. Hagiwara
Flip of a Coin – Monopoly – PC – Frank Klepacki
Commendation – Super Okuman Chouja Game: The Game of BIllionaire – Super Famicom- Yasuhiro Kawasaki, Masato Miyamoto
City – Top Shop – Playstation – Unknown
Japanese Spa – Heisei Gunjin Shougi – Super Famicom – Yoshiaki Hirasawa