Gears, robots, machinery! (machina yah?) It’s machine music for mechanical stages in video games! There’s singing! Dancing! Rob mentions Turbo Teen! Pernell pitches the Back To The Future reboot with Yuzo Koshiro instead of Chuck Berry! It’s a good time.
Factory Inspection – Kirby 64 The Crystal Shards – Nintendo 64 – Masayoshi Tanimura, Hiroaki Suga, Kenji Miki
Level 1 – Metal Storm – NES – Toru Watanabe
Ancient Makes – Legend of Heroes Trails in the Sky – Playstation Vita – Hayato Sonoda, Wataru Ishibashi, Takahide Murayama
Space Station – Sonic Blast Man – Super Nintendo- Zuntata
It’s time for our second focus on the Castlevania series, so let’s get (whip) crackin! Pernell describes his favorite moments from these great games, and Rob describes episodes from Quantum Leap. It all works out in the end, trust us!
Thanks to all of our listeners for checking in with us every week, you’re great!
Heart of Fire – Aria of Sorrow – Gameboy Advance- Michiru Yamane, Takashi Yoshida, Soshiro Hokkai
Sinking Old Sanctuary – Circle of the Moon – Gameboy Advance – Sotaro Tojima, Hiroshi Mitsuoka, Taro Kudou (Michiru Yamane)
The Hidden Curse – Castlevania Portrait of Ruin – Nintendo DS – Michiru Yamane, Yuzo Koshiro
Offense and Defense – Harmony of Dissonance – Gameboy Advance – Michiru Yamana, Soshiro Hokkai
Sapphire Elegy – Castlevania Order of Ecclesia – Nintendo DS – Michiru Yamane, Yasuhiro Ichihashi
Jail of Jewels – Portrait of Ruin – Nintendo DS – Michiru Yamane, Yuzo Koshiro
A wild podcast appears! The Rhythm and Pixels team is blasting off at the speed of music, because this week we’re talking about all things Pokemon. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Pokemon, we’re covering music from all of the handheld console “eras”. Helping us celebrate is special guest Mike Ward, musician and Pokemon addict.
So flip that hat backwards, get your Bulbasaurs and Charmanders ready, it’s time for great video game music!
Veridian City – Pokemon Red and Blue – Gameboy – Junichi Masuda
National Park – Pokemon Gold and Silver – Gameboy Color – Junichi Masuda
Lavendar Town – Pokemon Red and Blue – Gameboy – Junichi Masuda
We celebrate the holidays with music from snow and ice levels. There are cool keyboard solos and festive bells throughout the tracks to get you in the holiday spirit. So what are you waiting for? Get down with these hot tracks to keep you warm during this cold season!