09 May 2012

Episode 80: Free Play 8

Brent and Rob play whatever they want to close out Season 8.  The unintentional theme of this Free Play episode: Boys.  TurboGrafx-16, Genesis, Super Nintendo, Nintendo -they're all here on The Legacy Music Hour, featuring the best video game music from the 8-bit and 16-bit era.  Full track listing below.



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

Jennifer Capriati Tennis - Hiroki Kamata - Ending 1 - System Sacom/Renovation - Genesis - 1992

Target Renegade - Tim Follin - Name Entry - Software Creations/Taito - NES - 1990

Ganbare! Golf Boys - Atsuhiro Motoyama - Passing Illusion - Masaya/Dual - PC Engine - 1989

Seiken Densetsu 3 - Hiroki Kikuta - Walls and Steels - Square - Super Famicom - 1995

Neutopia II - Keita Hoshi - Ending 3 - Hudson Soft - TurboGrafx-16 - 1992

Sutte Hakkun - Akito Nakatsuka - Stage 4 - Nintendo - Super Famicom - 1998

Gai Flame - unknown - unknown - Masaya - PC Engine - 1990

Tenchi Souzou - Miyoko Kobayashi - Light Side Field - Quintet/Enix - Super Famicom - 1995

Blaster Master 2 - Sound Images - Stage 7 - Software Creations/Sunsoft - Genesis - 1993

Override - Y. Santoh - Stage 4 - Sting/Data East - PC Engine - 1991

Nikkan Sports Pro Yakyuu VAN - Naofumi Hataya - Sound Code 86 - Sega - Mega Drive - 1991

Wardner - Osamu Ohta, Kazuo Okabayashi (arr.) - To Underground - Toaplan/Dragnet/Mentrix Software - Genesis - 1991

Double Dungeons - unknown - Dungeon - Masaya/NEC - TurboGrafx-16 - 1989

Last Bible III - Hiroyuki Yanada - Felest Tower - Atlus - Super Famicom - 1995

Final Fantasy - Nobuo Uematsu - Shop - Square - NES - 1990

2 comments:

  1. I knew you guys would love that Target Renegade track as much as I do. That makes me happy. I tried to learn the actual arpeggiated sequence at the end on guitar. Or rather I did learn it but those notes are 32nd notes played at around 90 bpm and I'm just not cut out for that.

    And a quick update: Since my complaints about Genesis music that you mentioned in this episode, I've come back around to loving Genesis music again. So we all live happily ever after.

    So bummed I can't afford a plane ticket to he live show. I'm 100% confident that I would at least come in 2nd in Mame That Chune. Bummer.

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  2. Jennifer Capriati was but 16 years old when her eponymous game was released!

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