This week’s show is all about that fast part of the game. You know, THAT part. Where your heart speeds up and suddenly everything you learned flies right out your brain. There are moments in games that make you PANIC, and sometimes it’s not the game. Sometimes it’s your opponent. (Pernell) And your opponent (Pernell) is somehow better (WAY better) at these puzzle games for some reason! Let’s listen!
It’s raining outside! That means we need to stay inside all day and play video games! Darn! Rob and Pernell share their favorite rainy-day themed music! Rain used in games as back-drops to set the mood and create a unique atmosphere, so the music is composed accordingly. Pernell shares his thoughts on his panels at Anime Central, and they both discuss the effects of time travel.
Stone Heads – Rain World – PS4, Steam – James Primate and Lydia Esrig
Hopeless Revolution – Valkyrie Profile – Playstation – Motoi Sakuraba
We’re on a diet this week, eating nothing but salads! We have no topic this week, just excellent listener-suggested music! We give a preference to our Patreon subscribers, as this recording was streamed live for all of our supporters! We talk about our favorite racing games, Rob mispronounces MANY names, and there’s a ton of singing. So much singing! Enjoy the show!
Donkey Kong Country 3 -Gameboy Advance – Rockface Rumble – David Wise
An Underlying Problem – Shovel Knight – Multiple – Jake Kaufman
Title Screen – Treasure Buster – IOS, Android – Matt Creamer
Winning Run – Ace Driver: Racing Evolution – Arcade – Hiroyuki Kawada
Banson’s Aria – Henry Hatsworth – Nintendo DS – Gene Rozenberg
BGM 1 – Cue Brick – Arcade – K Satori
Etoule Pocuratte 2!! – Loco Roco 2 – Playstation 3 – Noboyuki Shimizu, Kemmei Adachi
This week Pernell shares his thoughts on the new beat’em up: Super Daryl Deluxe!
In this new spin-off show, Pernell shares his excitement on new games he’s been playing! We’re going to keep these episodes short and sweet, but focused specifically just on video games. The show might end up with its own website and podcast, or it could end up a YouTube show! We haven’t decided yet, but the first few will be right on the Rhythm and Pixels channel 🙂