05 May 2021

Episode 236: Beyond 16-Bit 7

Here we are with another fifth generation and above focus with a bunch of really great tracks.  Rob dances a lot in this episode, and Brent does not.  He just likes to watch.  But they both talk about dancing a good share and other topics such as adults (and content made for adults) and the length of things in inches, as well as things being unraveled.  Rob also falls asleep.  Full track listing below.



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

Alice: Madness Returns - Marshall Crutcher - PlayStation Menu Idle - Spicy Horse/Electronic Arts - PlayStation 3 - 2011

Cyber Shadow - Enrique Martin (Pentadrangle) - Robot Factory (Chapter 6) - Mechanical Head Studios/Yacht Club Games - Xbox One - 2021

6 Inch My Darling - Mari Igarashi, Hironobu Yawata, Yuzuru Funabashi - Morning - KID - Sega Saturn (Japan) - 1998

Darius Gaiden - Hisayoshi Ogura - VISIONNERZ ~Hallucinated People~ (Zone A, B, and C) - Taito - arcade (Japan) - 1994

Mahjong Doukyuusei Special - Fumika Matsumoto - Summer Mirage (Natsuko Gameplay) - MBA International/Make - Sega Saturn (Japan) - 1996

Everhood - KM_EXP - Victory Song - Foreign Gnomes - Nintendo Switch - 2021

Cyber Shadow - Enrique Martin (Pentadrangle) - Mekacity Ruins (Chapter 3) - Mechanical Head Studios/Yacht Club Games - Xbox One - 2021

CrossCode - Deniz Akbulut -  Autumn's Rise - Radical Fish Games - PlayStation 4 - 2020

Fortnite Battle Royale - Rom Di Prisco - Lobby (OG (Classic)) - Epic Games - PlayStation 4 - 2017

CrossCode - Deniz Akbulut - Raid - Radical Fish Games - PlayStation 4 - 2020

Winning Post 3 - Kaori Nakabai - Riders Explain Issues - Koei - Sega Saturn (Japan) - 1998

Daytona USA - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Let’s Go Away - Sega - arcade - 1994

Black Dawn - Tommy Tallarico, Todd Dennis - Action Theme Remix - Virgin Interactive/Black Ops Entertainment/Point of View - Sega Saturn - 1997

Magical Tetris Challenge - Masato Kouda (Masato Coda) - Minnie's Theme/Versus Minnie - Capcom - PlayStation (Japan) - 1999

Wii Shop Channel - Kazumi Totaka - Main Theme - Nintendo - Wii - 2006

1 comment:

  1. The band Gabecube was thinking about was probably Vulfpeck.

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