Robot pilots! Airplane pilots! Games with stuff! Our good friend and fantastic composer Chel Wong (@ChelWongAudio) joins us for a look at games with pilots and stuff! We joke about what makes a great video game pilot, and the discussion heads back into Sheep PlayStation game territory.
We continue our tradition of bizarre topics for music selections with a surprise suggestion from a guest! Award winning game composer, and all around excellent person, Mitchel Wong joins us on the show to explore animals and farms! In video games! We also have some lengthy discussions about Animal Crossing, Final Fantasy, and our very special Sonic the Hedgehog fan-fiction original-characters! What's yours?
Some BODY once told me that podcasts gonna rock your socks off! Our podcast this week is all about those crazy SMASH BROS! There's so much original music and arranged classics that we couldn't possibly do it alone.
A RETURNING CHALLENGER APPEARS!
Mit Chel Wong (composer, Kine) is not only a fantastic award-winning composer and musician, they're also deep into the competitive Smash scene! Mit talks shop about ESports, their favorite characters, moves, and most especially: favorite tracks.
What if all your favorite game's characters decided to start playing tennis? Or maybe take a break from saving the world to focus on that collectible card game that's so addictive? We love minigames! This week's show is all about the great music that accompanies all those addictive side quests 🙂 Joining us on the show this week is game composer and friend Mitchel Wong! We chat about anime, fighting games, and great 80s sci-fi movies!
Mitchel's newest game Kine is coming out this week!
Kine launches October 17th on the Epic Games Store, Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and will be a launch title for the Google Stadia!
Check out Mitchel Wong over at https://mitchelwongaudio.com
We listen to video game music with brass instruments, front and center. This means trombones, saxophones, and trumpets! Expect music from across the game console spectrum, from the SNES to the Sega Saturn, we've got it!