This episode we think about games produced by Capcom, but maybe influenced by other games. Or ports onto other systems with special arranged soundtracks. It’s a chaotic Capcom episode! Pernell plays some heavy guitar riffs, and Rob plays some of the smoothest jazz arrangements he can find. There’s something for everyone!
What sport couldn’t be improved by a Spinning Pile Driver? Or maybe just a handful of Dragon Punches? Baseball would certainly be more interesting. This week on the podcast we listen to music from our favorite fighting games! We cover everything from 2D to 3D, from the 90s all the way to today’s baddest-brawlers. As a special treat, Rob gets extra nerdy about hip-hop samples! There’s a fair amount of rapping in this episode, and this time not from Pernell! Enjoy the show!
Stage of Final Fight ~ Needle – Capcom vs SNK Millennium Fight 2000 – Dreamcast – Satoshi Ise
Decisive Bout (Theme of Charlie) – Street Fighter Alpha 3 – Arcade – Tetsuya Shibata
Theme of Abel – Street Fighter IV – PS3, Xbox 360, Arcade – Hideki Fukusawa
No, this isn’t the last episode of the podcast, but with all these ending themes you just might not be so sure. This episode features songs with real emotion, sadness, and even humor. No really, stick around for the bonus round, it gets real funny real fast!
Ending – Mega Man 2 – NES – Takashi Tateishi
Ending – Capcom no Quiz Tonosama no Yabou – Sega CD – Hikoshi Hashimoto
Stay with me forever – Ys book 2 – pc engine cd – Mieko Ishikawa, arranged by Ryo Yonemitsu
Rhu-rhu-rhu-Rhythm and Pixels rescue rangers! This episode Rob and Pernell don’t just listen to Disney games, it’s Capcom only Disney games! That makes this episode an extra special, extra retro jam fest!
Listen in on the Rhythm and Pixels brothers as they shake their groove things and beat-box their way through some seriously great Capcom tunes.
Stage 6 Future World – Chip and Dale’s Rescue Rangers 2 – NES – Minae Fujii
Zone F, H, I – Chip and Dale’s Rescue Rangers – NES – Harumi Fujita