Did you ever want your local gym to stop playing the same classic rock anthems all day long? Is it your dream to pump iron with your gym-mates to some sweet SNES tunes? Finally hit your dead-lift PR while screaming the melodies from your favorite Falcom Sound Team songs? We talk all about that, and answer your questions from Facebook on this episode!
Junkyard (Stage 3) – Rollergames – NES – Atsushi Fujio
Our musical theme this week may sound morbid, but we swear we’re coming from a good place! The theme is all things blood related! Characters who drink blood, fighting games that draw blood, and hospitals that need blood. That means everything from smooth, sexy jams, to heavy hitting 16-bit classics, to old-school hip-hop!
Why Donate Blood?
A blood donation truly is a “gift of life” that a healthy individual can give to others in their community who are sick or injured. In one hour’s time, a person can donate one unit of blood that can be separated into four individual components that could help save multiple lives.
To find out more about where to donate blood locally, use AABB’s locator.
Black Witch – Dragon Star Varmir – PlayStation 4 – Yoh Ohyama, Kaori Tsutsui, Tesisena
Option – Vampire Night – PlayStation 2 – Unknown
The Hall Stage – Mortal Kombat – Genesis – Dan Forden, adapted by Matt Furniss
Rumble – Wu-Tang Clan Shaolin Style – PlayStation – U-God, feat. Inspectah Deck, Leatha Face, Method Man, Produced by True Master
Urge to Freedom – Mary Skelter: Nightmares – PlayStation Vita, Steam – Yoh Ohyama, Teisena
Gentle Breeze – Trauma Center Under The Knife 2 – Nintendo DS – Manabu Namiki
Underground – Bloody Roar – PlayStation – Takayuki Negishi
Blood Moon Masacre/Embrace Death (Samurai Showdown 2019) – Ghostwriter
Drive of Speeding – Mary Skelter Nightmares – PlayStation Vita, Steam – Yoshihiro Kawagoe, Teisena
This week we sit down and talk with the heads of PM Studios, publisher of great music games like Cytus Alpha, Deemo, the DJMAX series, and other great titles like Mercenaries Saga Chronicles and the upcoming Horizon Chase Turbo! We talk about their love of games and music, how they got started in the industry, and who has the most platinum trophies on the PlayStation Network!
Grab your zippers, chains, and Mickey Mouse hats! We are here to celebrate the release of Kingdom Hearts 3 with a super-special episode of Kingdom Hearts music! Superstar musician and Kingdom Hearts expert Key Jay is here to help us make sense of the story and timeline. If you listen closely, you can hear the point where are brains break!
Key Jay, Jamaal Ephriam, is a Miami based producer and artist with huge influences from classic Sega games and of course, Kingdom Hearts! Check out his epic Project Kingdom XIII for some serious JAMS!
Get in your jumpsuit and climb in your 50 foot tall robot, it’s time to save the world! Invaders from another planet are threatening our music, and we must stop them with our only defense! Great video game music with no topic restrictions!
Castle of Dhaos – Tales of Phantasia – Super Nintendo – Motoi Sakuraba
Ferocious Drive – Atelier Iris Eternal Mana – PlayStation 2 – Daisuke Achiwa, Ken Nakagawa, Akira Tsuchiya
Country Selector – ESPN International Track & Field Summer Games – Gameboy Color – Norihiko Hibino, Kazuki Muraoka
Elite Four Theme – Pokemon Black and White – Nintendo DS – Shota Kageyama, Go Ichinose, Hitomi Sato, Junichi Masuda, Minako Adachi
The First Tide – Intelligent Qube – PlayStation – Takayuki Hattori
Charge The Soul Of Fighters – Super Robot Wars Original Generation Moon Dwellers – PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 – Ichirou Mizuki, Hironobu Kageyama, Rica Matsumoto, Eizo Sakamoto, Masaaki Endoh, Hiroshi Kitadani, Masami Okui, Yoshiki Fukuyama
Metamorphosis: Always Been But Never Dreamed (Theater Mode Edit) – Tetris Effect – PlayStation 4 – Noboru Mutoh