Rob and Pernell dig deep into their gaming past and find the very best that no one ever was. That’s right, you knew it was coming, it’s the Rhythm and Pixels decade in review! Sort of kind of! Our musical picks come from games released in the past 10 years that made the biggest impression. Not just the critically best games out there, but the absolute best games out there for us. Enjoy the show!
The Bed of Chaos – Dark Souls – Motoi Sakuraba
Theme of Decapre – Ultra Street Fighter IV – Hideyuki Fukasawa
Celluloid – Dungeon of the endless – flybyno
Paradox Lich – Enter The Gungeon: A Farewell to Arms – doseone
Price – Persona 5 – Shoji Meguro
Puzzle – Fez – Disasterpeace
Monumental Subterranean Exploration (La Mulana) – WASD
Rough and Tumble (Shovel Knight Arranged) – Jeff Ball
Launch Into Deep Space – Lovers in a Dangerous Space-Time – Ryan Henwood
You! Traveler! Stop there! You may not enter the town of Pernellshire without first collecting some items I require. My family has been attacked by orcs, and I need you to collect 50 squirrel skins. There, off you go! No use standing around. Go on then.
That’s right, it’s all PC DOS music on today’s show! Specifically, we listen to music from RPGs for the PC from the mid to late 90s. We talk about the intense difficulty of the games, and share stories of MMO adventures from long ago. Specifically Puzzle Pirates!
And joining us is Austin Green from the PC music cover-band WASD!
Title – AD&D Champions of Krynn – DOS – John Halbeib
Morte Theme (Alternate) – Planescape: Torment – PC – Mark Morgan, Richard Band
Jhelom Theme – Ultima Online – PC – Kirk Winterrowd, Joe Basquez, Hal Milton
Ending – Wizardry 7: Crusaders of the Dark Savant – PC – David W Bradley
Metallic Monks (Lost Hills) – Fallout – PC – Mark Morgan
Exploring the Plains – Baldur’s Gate – PC – Michael Hoenig