What a weekend! Rob and Pernell present the show to a live audience at Too Many Games! Too Many Games is a 3 day long classic video game convention featuring panels, concerts, and a huge arcade. Enjoy the fun!
Boss Theme – Lufia 2 – SNES – Yaunori Shiono
Theme of Snatcher – Snatcher – PC88 – Konami Kukeiha Club
Ending – Shadow of The Ninja – NES – Iku Mizutani, Koichi Yamanishi
Rush and Beat – Shinobi 3: Return of the Ninja Master – Genesis – Hirofumi Murasaki, Morihiko Akiyama, Masayuki Nagao
The Forge Forgives You Not – Enter The Gungeon – Steam/PS4 – doseone
Oh no! Pernell is at MAGFest this week and can’t record! BUT WAIT! DON’T WORRY! Rob has got your back with a super-hot-chiptune-mixtape! New jams, old favorites, and silly scratches all mixed up together for your enjoyment this week 🙂
We’ll be back on track on next week with a great new episode. But for now, let’s kick out the jams!
Yoshi’s Wooly World Remix (Loading Beat) – Dj CUTMAN
The Super VGM Brothers Rob and Pernell and back it again with another great episode, this time focusing on theme music for characters.
Listening to each track is like getting to know a new person, since the theme music carries with it personality and drama from the game. It’s like we have 9 different guests on the show today! Except for that slacker Richard Millman! GET BACK TO WORK MILLMAN!
Theme of Sailor Pluto – Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S: Zenin Sanka Shuyaku Soudastusen – Super Famicom – Seisuke Itoh, Hiroo Ikeda, Katsu
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