16 October 2013

Episode 155: Free Play 15.5

The final free play before next week's top ten best of the year count down.  Brent and Rob come up with some new words and phrases in this episode, but in the end, after 154 photos of them posing something related to the episode, they couldn't think of what to do for this one.  Also this episode: another user submitted VGM Karaoke!  Full track listing below.

Game - Composer - Song - Company - Console - Year (North American release unless otherwise indicated)

J-League Soccer: Prime Goal 3 - Eriko Imura - Lose - Namco - Super Famicom - 1995

Lightening Force - Toshiharu Yamanishi - Great Sea Power (Stage 6) - Technosoft - Genesis - 1992

Deep Duck Trouble Starring Donald Duck - Saori Kobayashi - Intro - Aspect/Sega - Sega Master System (Europe) - 1993

Mahjong Cop Ryuu: Shiro Ookami no Yabou - Aruaru Nakayama, Hyaa Maruyama, Adarutohideo Kamei - Playing Mahjong - Whiteboard - Mega Drive - 1989

Nettou Real Bout Garou Densetsu Special - Toshio Shimizu, Hideki Asanaka, Studio PJ (arr.) - No.3 from Pandora's Box "Determination" (Jin Chonshu & Jin Chonrei) - Takara/Gaibrain - Game Boy (Japan) - 1998

Sorcerian - Hiroshi Kubota - China Village - Sega/Falcom - Mega Drive - 1990

Operation Logic Bomb: The Ultimate Search & Destroy - Yasuyuki Suzuki - Ending Sequence - Jaleco - SNES - 1993

Puss 'N Boots: Pero's Great Adventure - Tomohisa Mitsuyasu (J-Walk Mitsuyasu) - Stage 2: Ocean (Submarine) - Shouei/Electro Brain - NES - 1990

Romancing SaGa - Kenji Ito - Bard's Tale - Square - Super Famicom - 1992

RoboCop 2 - Jonathan Dunn - Hi Score - Ocean/Painting by Numbers - Game Boy - 1991

Manchester United Championship Soccer - Matt Furniss - Title Screen - Ocean/Krisalis Software - SNES (Europe) - 1995

Zero4 Champ - Tsukushi Sasaki - Nostalgia of Rice Field Footpaths - Media Rings - PC Engine - 1991

Lemmings 2: The Tribes - Matt Furniss - Medieval - Psygnosis/Digital Developments - Genesis - 1994

Youkai Douchuuki - unknown - Mambo Ryuuguu 2 - TOSE/Namco - PC Engine - 1988

Daikaijuu Monogatari: Miracle of the Zone - unknown - Battle - Hudson Soft/Birthday - Game Boy (Japan) - 1998

Dungeon Magic: Sword of the Elements - Kiyohiro Sada - Unknown Theme 1 - Natsume/Taito - NES - 1990

Mega Man - Manami Matsumae - Bomb Man - Capcom - NES - 1987

Thunder Pro Wrestling Retsuden - T. Saito, Garheu - gameplay - Human Entertainment - Mega Drive - 1992

Wagyan Paradise - Eriko Imura - Water Duct - Namco - Super Famicom - 1994

Jennifer Capriati Tennis - Hiroki Kamata - Ending 2 - System Sacom/Renovation - Genesis - 1992

Final Fantasy III - Nobuo Uematsu - Cyan - Square - SNES - 1994


  1. So good, that karaoke. I'm scared about the announcement, tho!

  2. That is both a great episode and a cliffhanger if I ever heard one.

  3. I'm gonna guess it's about Final Fantasy themed episode because I don't want to think about the podcast ending!

  4. That VGMKaraoke was fantastic. Loved all the references.

    Final. Episode? What.

    Final Fantasy. Final Fight. Tecmo Bowl III: Final Edition? Hoping that's all you meant.

  5. Man, hearing that Operation Logic Bomb "Ending Sequence" makes me want to play through the game again, but I just got me a Japanese Sega Master System (with gender adapter for playing US carts) and playing through Golvellius again with the FM music. Man, it sounds so good.

  6. I hope they mean this is a "reset" or something... This is unfortunately a finite resource to podcast about, eventually you listen to all the music. Could be a host change (Rob sounds like he's got some stuff going on), which means possibly letting LMH retire with him and doing something new. I would love this to go in an even nerdier direction, diving into music theory of the pieces, etc... but that's a podcast with an audience of 1 (me).

    1. Anyone else think that Manchester United track resembles "Feel it All Around" (aka Portlandia theme)?

  7. Hey Rob and Brett you guys should check out these soundtracks: Mighty Final Fight, Toy Story,The Page Master, Bubsy and Boogerman; they all have really great sound tracks that would be awesome to hear on LMH.

  8. I just came back to this post to say that I was listening to Magnet Man on my commute this morning specifically so I could belt out Graeme's lyrics, which I think are going to stay with me until the day I die.

    It's still the perfect LMH anthem, and it makes my day whenever I think of it. Thanks Graeme.