Disney and video games go together like peanut butter and chocolate. And you’ve got to love the old-school Capcom disney games, but what about games outside of Capcom? What about games that aren’t about specific characters or shows, but just “Princesses” who knows! Rob and Pernell are joined by Mike and Justin from XVGM Radio to take a deep dive into the world of Disney, music, and absolute silliness!
XVGM Radio is a fine VGM podcast hosted by Justin and Mike (PixelTunes Radio). XVGM is presented in the style of a broadcast radio show, bringing you the best in video game music and composer interviews!
Level 1 Part 4 – Beauty and the Beast – NES – Jeroen Tel
Intro Sequence – Tron 2.0 – Mac OSX/Windows/XBox – Nathan Grigg
Pause Menu – Disney’s Kim Possible: Kimmunicator – Nintendo DS – Manfred Linzer, Martin Schioeler
Likes podcasts. Puts video game music in every episode. In this week’s podcast we pick a song that matches a video game meme, so get ready for LOTS of memes! This topic was brought to us from Good Guy Messenger!
Title Theme – Wii Music – Nintendo Wii – Toru Minegishi, Mahito Yokota
Think About It – Metropolis Street Racer – Dreamcast – Richard Jacques
We’re on a diet this week, eating nothing but salads! We have no topic this week, just excellent listener-suggested music! We give a preference to our Patreon subscribers, as this recording was streamed live for all of our supporters! We talk about our favorite racing games, Rob mispronounces MANY names, and there’s a ton of singing. So much singing! Enjoy the show!
Donkey Kong Country 3 -Gameboy Advance – Rockface Rumble – David Wise
An Underlying Problem – Shovel Knight – Multiple – Jake Kaufman
Title Screen – Treasure Buster – IOS, Android – Matt Creamer
Winning Run – Ace Driver: Racing Evolution – Arcade – Hiroyuki Kawada
Banson’s Aria – Henry Hatsworth – Nintendo DS – Gene Rozenberg
BGM 1 – Cue Brick – Arcade – K Satori
Etoule Pocuratte 2!! – Loco Roco 2 – Playstation 3 – Noboyuki Shimizu, Kemmei Adachi
Let’s keep the Mega Man love going, let’s listen to the music from the GBA series Mega Man Battle Network. Pernell finds his inner Mega Man, and Rob talks about a snare drum for too long. This series is a treasure-trove of excellent music, and it makes this episode a must-listen.
Journey of Determination – Mega Man Battle Network 4 – Gameboy Advance- Toshihiko Horiyama
Running Through The Cyberworld – Mega Man Battle Network – Gameboy Advance – Akari Kaida
Fire Field (FireMan’s Stage) – Mega Man Battle Network – Gameboy Advance – Akari Kaida
Beach Street – Mega Man Battle Network 3 – Gameboy Advance – Yoshino Aoki
Peace Again (Credits) – Mega Man Battle Network 2 – Gameboy Advance – Yoshino Aoki
Electrical Crisis (ElecMan’s Stage) – Mega Man Battle Network – Gameboy Advance – Akari Kaida
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!
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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