It's spooky-scary-Halloween time, so we tell stories of haunted consoles, corrupted games, and controllers of the damned! This week's episode was recorded on our live-stream for our Patreon members! So things get a more than a little goofy! Happy haunting!
Arm your Mega Buster and GET EQUIPPED with excellent game music from the Mega Man series! We hit games ranging from NES all the way through to the PlayStation in search of the best and baddest Mega Man tracks there are! Joining us on this quest is Josh Breeding of the Mega Man inspired rock band The Megas! The Megas cover Mega Man (and more!) music with their own arrangements and inspired lyrics. Going beyond VGM karaoke and giving life and emotion to the Blue Bomber and his robot brothers!
Rob and Pernell are back together in the studio, and ready to rock this podcast! This week's topic is "Memories", meaning anything that triggers specific memories for us, personal or gaming related. So this one gets a little heavy on the nostalgia. Pernell gets nostalgic for the old east coast Bemani scene, and Rob gets nostalgic for old audio formats.
Roll some dice, flip some cards, and ruin your relationships! That's what board games is all about. This week we focus on board games in video game form. They could be video game versions of existing board games, or video games designed as board games. Pernell gets nostalgic with some Top Shop action, and Rob picks all Japanese Super Famicom tracks. They both can't stop dancing to the Mega Ran track at the end. Enjoy!
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! Looking for the tracklist? Check out the website! https://rhythmandpixels.com
Download episode 1-8 here! This week we talk about cutscenes and "event music" in video games. This is the music that can sometimes get overlooked for the music that occurs during the action. We listen to some classics, some deeper…