02 August 2017

Episode 191: Sensing Things

For Episode 191, Brent and Rob didn’t have a very good internet connection, so they didn’t use video to see each other (despite what's shown in the photo below).  So since they were going audio only, they had to psychically sense any visual things that might be happening.  They also talk about Italian video games and open some user donated gifts.  A lot of tributes on this episode, as well.  Full track listing below.



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

Flying Hero: Bugyuru no Daibouken - Mitsuhito Tanaka - Green Land ~ Act 3 - Sting/Sofel - Super Famicom - 1992

Gain Ground - SZK - Mega Drive Original Stage ~Present Age~ - Sega - Genesis - 1991

Wizap!: Ankoku no Ou - Yoshiyuki Ito, Masumi Ito - Fotoria's Theme - SAS Sakata/ASCII Entertainment - Super Famicom - 1994

Vixen 357 - Opus Studio Inc. - Opening Demo - NCS - Mega Drive - 1992

Dynamite Headdy - Katsuhiko Suzuki (Nazo² Suzuki), Aki Hata, Kazuo Hanzawa (NON), Yasuko, Koji Yamada - Tower of Puppet - Treasure - Genesis - 1994

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S - Hikoshi Hashimoto - Stage 4: Infinity Academy - Shimada Kikaku/Bandai - Game Gear (Japan) - 1995

Captain Novolin - H. Kingsley Thurber, Mark Ganus - Blubberman! - Sculptured Software/Raya Systems - SNES - 1992

Gionbana - Kenji Yoshida (?), Ministry (?) - Game 2 - Nichibutsu - Super Famicom - 1994

4 Nin Shogi - Kazuo Sawa (?) - Medieval Game 1 - Pow - Super Famicom - 1995

Saint Sword - Toshiko Tasaki - Ending Theme - Cyclone System/Taito - Genesis - 1991

Classic Road II: Real Kouma Simulation - Hayato Matsuo, Hitoshi Sakimoto (prog.) - Autumn - Opera House/Victor - Super Famicom - 1995

11 comments:

  1. The Mega Manicotti pairs well with the Sauvignon Blanka.

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    1. I prefer the Super Mario Brews.

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    2. But they pair better with a Gunstar Hero sandwich.

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  2. The VGM Jukebox always likes getting shout out by their DadCast. And thank you for the personal dedication. I can feel my bone density increasing on that track.

    BTW, unfortunately it was also my RIGHT leg that broke, so our Voltron would have two left feet. It would have to listen to HAL's Hole in One Golf and "Dance Alone."

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    1. The Apartment is SO GOOD. I've been playing it constantly since I first heard it; it puts a big, stupid smile on my face and I don't mind a bit!

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    2. It's 10am and I'm at work. More than a week since I first heard The Apartment, and it's still playing in my head constantly. That song makes me SO HAPPY

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  3. What source or how do you find and play the music you find and play on the podcast?

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    1. Check under VGM RESOURCES on the right column of this site.

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  4. That Sailor Moon track blew my socks off.

    I agree with Keyglyph, the sega master system and the Game Gear have some REALLY great tracks in their games. There's just something about the sound of their chip, it's very distinct from the NES one.

    For whatever reason, I seem to like the Game Gear tracks even more than the Master System ones. Gunstar Heroes on the Game Gear actually sounds cooler to me than the Genesis version, like, WAY cooler.

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  5. I really hope that next months special topic is modern games that play and sound like a legacy game. Shovel Knight, Axiom Verge etc

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    1. Also I would like to know if either of the boizzz have seen Sonic Mania which is out next week and if either are going to pick up, though I'm pretty sure neither have a modern console

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