Dragons have invaded the podcast, and we are the only ones to stop them! Or rather, we are here to tame them! We will ride them, RIDE THEM TO VICTORY! Joining us on this adventure is the video game rock band Gunblade X. Grab your sword, your shield, and be prepared to ROCK.
Gunblade X serves up an explosive concoction of video game music, progressive rock, and heavy metal. Fueled by a desire to tell the stores of their games, the band brings a unique blend of arranged video game soundtracks and original video game-based tunes to the greater DC area.
It’s nearly Halloween, so Rob and Pernell get in the mood with some music from spooky and scary video games! That’s the plan anyway, Pernell comes up with his own episode theme. Your hosts talk about their favorite horror movies, and crack jokes at their listeners taking part in the live stream!
Mark your calendars! Rob and Pernell are going to…
Saturday November 4th, 2 PM
Crowne Plaza Wilmington North
It will be another special live recording! This time in front of an unsuspecting audience of comic-book heads and cosplay enthusiasts! For more information, click that link and check them out!
Houshoku Kai – Shin Megami Tensei If… – Super Famicom – Tsukasa Masuko
Haunted Forest Stage Theme 5 – Tiny Toon Adventures – NES – Jun Funahashi, Masae Nakashima, Satoko Minami
Stage 3 Mental Hospital – Terminator 2: Judgement Day – NES – Tim Follin, Geoff Follin
What a horrible night to have a curse-of great video game music! The newly adpoted Belmont-brothers are here to listen to some classic Castlevania tracks! There are so many songs to choose from, they’re harder to avoid than those Medusa heads.
So grab your holy water and your headphones, it’s time to whip it!
Streets! Inns! Shopping! Towns have it all! Music for these more peaceful areas of games are often relaxing and pleasant, but it will still reflect the themes and tone of the story. There’s also talk of Muppet Babies and Suikoden on the water.
Special thanks to Remi for this week’s topic! Thanks!
Hometown in Autumn – Robotrek – SNES – Ayako Yoda
City of Fire – Final Fantasy Mystic Quest – SNES – Yasuhiro Kawakami
A Curious Tale – Secret of Mana – SNES – Hiroki Kikuta
Evening Star (Holy City of Wendel) – Seiken Densetsu 3 – Super Famicom – Hiroki Kikuta
Rising Tide – Suikoden – Playstation – Miki Higashino
The City of Isaac – Fire Emblem 4 / Fire Emblem Seisen No Keifu – Super Famicom – Yuka Tsujiyoko