Episode 29-5 16-bit RPGs for Patreon!

This week on the show we asked our listener for your favorite 16-bit generation RPGs! It's important to share the things you love with your friends, so we follow up a fan-favorite with another! We listen to music from your favorite games, and hear all about what makes them special to you! There was so much good music that we extended our Bonus Round with extra tracks! This episode was recorded live in front of our Patreon members! If you would like to be part of next month's episode, consider becoming a member! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels Find more of the show here! https://rhythmandpixels.com

Episode 24-3 Listener Wildcards

Rob and Pernell turn the tables on the podcast and listen to random suggestions from their listeners! There's some great rock music alongside some soothing new-age sounds from some surprising games. Early in the episode we play our own game: Occupational Hazards! Name the job of the video game character! Let us know how well you did in the comments 🙂

Episode 21-10 Your Influential Classics

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

Episode 18-2 Your Favorite Games Live!

This week we focus on the games you love, with all tracks chosen by our Patreon members! We include testimonials for each song, and a dramatic reading from the game's original manual! Mostly! Huge thank you to: Stephen Miller, Ok Impala!, Wicked Sephiroth, Chris Murray, Autistic Gamer 89, Chris Steenerson, Cameron Werme, Stephen Miller, and That Nick Walker!

Episode 17-9 Our Favorite RPGs

Pernell loves RPG games and starts more than he could ever finish, and Rob likes them okay. And that's okay! All this month we're being a little selfish and only looking at our favorite games within specific genres. Pernell's music gets heavy and stressful at times, while Rob's music picks are jazzy and are designed to keep you cool under pressure. Enjoy the selections!

Episode 17-8 The Return of Dragon Patreon Ninja

Two podcast hosts facing impossible odds, battle the group of ninjas known as The Patreon Dragon. Their only defense? Great music, singing, dancing, and video games! 

Our show this week was recorded live for our Patreon members, and features music chosen by our listeners! Special thank you to: Cameron Werme, Chris Steenerson, Mixxmaster, Wicked Sephiroth, Souless Sanctuary, That Nick Walker, Ok Impala!, and Electricboogaloo.

Episode 17-6 Villains with Cameron from The Mad Gear!

Villains are just plain terrible. Sometimes they're trying to end the world, sometimes they're turning woodland creatures into evil robots. But mostly all they want is to bring back swing music in the 90s, big brass bands and all. We have Cameron from The Mad Gear and joining us to sing along with these villainous hits, and think back fondly of all the bad guys who tried to destroy us.

Episode 15-6 It Came From Inside The Podcast

During a time of the year when everyone is putting on masks, turning out the lights, and scaring each other silly, we are here for you! This week we listen to Halloween-themed music suggested from our Patreon members!

Our music picks this week come from: Bobby Aarsen, Electricboogaloo, WickedSephiroth, Souless009, David Smith, Daniel Laughton, Henrik Anderson, and OK Imapala!

Episode 10-1 World Maps 2 with Amanda Lepre

This week we take a second look at music composed specifically for world maps in games. We are honored to have a musical guest joining us,  Amanda Lepre from the band Descendants of Erdrick! She brings her vast musical insight and love of fantasy RPG's to the conversation. We discuss how important it is for world map music to create the mood, emotionally setting up the player for a new section of the game.