Episode 5-2 Victory Music

You did it! This is your time, this is all for you. This is your video game music victory. We listen to great music composed for celebratory sections of games. Not necessarily RPGs, but any game where you have become victorious. We're joined this week again by our good friend Matt Waldron of Pernell and Matt Play Games! He brings some great tunes, and some great discussion. He's a great guy! Check our his show on Youtube!

Episode 5-1 Board Game Games

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!

Episode 4-4 Boss Music

Who's the boss!? No, we're not talking Tony Danza. We're talking the great boss fights and boss fight music of video games! It starts out all fun and games until the R&P brothers slowly get emotional talking about the all the bosses they've encountered. So make sure you've saved your game, stocked full of health potions, and get in on the fun! It's music time.

Episode 3-8 Kingdom Hearts

Simple and clean is the way you'll feel after listening to our newest episode, and that's a Rhythm and Pixels promise! We don't even attempt to figure out how the story works in these games. All we care about is Lilo, Stitch, and CHICKEN LITTLE. And of course great music by one of the best there is: Yoko Shimomura. Want the full track list? Check out the website! http://rhythmandpixels.com

Episode 3-4 Motoi Sakuraba

Let us tell you a tale, a tale of a fantastic video game music composer and his love of progressive rock. This week on the show Rob and Pernell focus on a single composer, Motoi Sakuraba! We play tracks spanning nearly 2 decades of his VGM history. What else can we say other than: It's go time! Check out the website: http://rhythmandpixels.com