28 December 2011

Episode 61: Animals

The theme of Episode 61 is Animals, that is, animal-centric games or portions of games.  Brent and Rob also talk about the gifts they received (or didn't receive) for Christmas.  Full track listing below.



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

Donald Duck Mahou No Boushi - Takahisa Hirano, Takeshi Miura - Monstrous Creatures - Epoch - Super Famicom - 1995

Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest - David Wise - Stickerbush Symphony - Rare - SNES - 1995

Rocket Knight Adventures - Masanori Oouchi, Hiroshi Kobayashi, Masanori Adachi, Aki Hata, Michiru Yamane - Stage 5-2 - Konami - Genesis - 1993

Lion King II - unknown - Qin's Tomb - unknown - Mega Drive (China) - unknown

Battletoads - David Wise - Wookie Hole - Rare/Tradewest - NES - 1991

Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 - unknown - Stage 2: Sewer - Capcom - NES - 1994

Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse - Matt Furniss - The Prince and the Pauper - Sony Imagesoft - SNES - 1994

Rockin' Kats - Tsukasa Masuko (Macco) - Sky Ace - Atlus - NES - 1991

Tenchi Souzou - Masanori Hikichi - Willful Lion - Quintet/Enix - Super Famicom - 1995

Ecco Jr. - Andy Armer DMP, Gabor Foltan, Laszlo Fazekas - Home Sea, The Sea of Music, Melodic Waters - Novotrade International/Sega - Genesis - 1995

Daffy Duck in Hollywood - Matt Furniss - Options/Game Over - Probe Entertainment Limited/Sega - Mega Drive (Europe) - 1994

Garfield: Caught in the Act - Dwight Stone, Jeffrye Tveraas - Count Slobula's Castle - Sega - Genesis - 1995

Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island - Koji Kondo - Flower Garden - Nintendo - SNES - 1995

Snake Rattle 'n' Roll - David Wise - Level 6, 9, and 10 - Rare - NES - 1990

Star Fox - Hajime Hirasawa - Sector Y - Nintendo - SNES - 1993

6 comments:

  1. LOL at the Korn discussion

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  2. Ecco on the dreamcast is called defenders of the future! And tides of time has one of the best vgm soundtracks ever!

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  3. Not that it really matters since this is from years ago and you'll probably have no need to bring up the track again, but it's "StickerbRush Symphony," not "Stickerbush"!

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  4. I've been meaning to comment on this for YEARS, but Brent said that the Battletoads song, "Wookie Hole" has a very european feel to it, but refused to say why. This was one of my favorite tracks even as a kid, for many reasons, not the least of which is that the baseline is very similar to one of the tracks from Tetris (I want to say it's option C, but that may be wrong- it's definitely one of the alternate tracks you can select though) I've always wondered if this was what gave Brent that European feeling about the ol' Wookie Hole.

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