Join us into the first episode 12 ever recorded, exclusively for world 12. We hit the multiplication tables and talk edutainment video games in this podcast! Do you know what makes educational games more interesting? HEAVY BEATS AND HEAVY SYNTHS. The kids will love it!
Watch out for a bonus episode later this week called Pixel Plays with Pernell! We are spinning-off short little podcast episodes where Pernell talks to Rob about some awesome games he’s playing. These will eventually get their own podcast feed, or even a YouTube show, but the first few episodes will be right here, so look out for that!
BGM 1 – Sansuu 3 Nen: Keisan – Famicom – Unknown
Area 9 Alternate Dimension – Blaster Master Zero – Switch – IppoYamada, Hirokai Sano, Aoi Tanaka, Kotaru Yamada
Mouth – Rex Ronan Experimental Surgeon – Super Nintendo- Unknown
Snow Land (Necro and Twelve Stage) – Street Fighter III Third Strike – Arcade – Hideki Okugawa
Track 5 – Math Blaster Episode One – Super Nintendo – Mark Cooksey, Tom Zehnder
To End of the Woven Tale of the 108 Stars – Suikoden V – PlayStation 2 – Norikazu Miura
Training Mode Alternate – Street Fighter IV – Multiple – Hideyuki Fukasawa
Running Through The Cyberworld Arrangement – Akari Kaida, Yasumasa Kitagawa, Masahiro Aoki, Toshihiko Horiyama
Menu – Brain Age – Nintendo DS – Akito Nakatsuka, Minako Hamano
Once again Rob and Pernell fly the starship VGM into the Wildcard Nebula, looking for the hottest video game tracks, and it’s tight. Expect slamming heavy metal tunes, killer NES jams, and good friends. Rob talks about his days playing Marvel vs. Capcom 2 back in his arcade days, and Pernell wants to see more exercise-related video games in gyms. The conversation continues, and continues further than usual due to problems with the space-time-continuum in this: The Wildcard Nebula.
Sensual Predicament – Tokyo Xanadu eX+ – Playstation 4 – Falcom Sound Team jdk