In the 90s Sega fought the rental market with a radical new idea: stream video games directly to consumers. Rob and Pernell listen to music special to the Sega Channel, and the exclusive games brought to North America. The Sega Channel brought video games to consumers directly to their consoles through the cable television network. This was not only a revolution for gaming, it pioneered a whole new way to browse the internet: cable broadband. Enjoy these solid Genesis/Mega Drive tunes from the good-old days of Sega! Learn more about Rhythm and Pixels! https://rhythmandpixels.xom Support the show! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels
The environmental activists in us come out in this week's podcast. Well, it definitely comes out of Pernell. Rob was confused and got creative with his music picks for this week. There are some great tunes in this episode, so enjoy!
Well, you've finally done it. You've taken over the show! In this very special episode is powered by you, the listeners! Rob and Pernell play selections submitted to them over the past 2 years of the podcast, and there are some FANTASTIC picks in this one! There's classic, there's new, and there's romantic-ninja-singing. Ya dig?
Internet! Are you ready to ROCK! What started as an episode of great guitar riffs, turned into general rock music found in video games. As usual Rob digs into the classic 8 and 16 bit generations, and Pernell shares some of his favorite Falcom Sound Team tunes. Let's jam!