A celebration of video game soundtracks from every generation and the emotions we all have experienced through them. They can be beautiful, grandiose orchestras or intricately composed chip tunes. Either way, they help create the full experiences we have with games and should be honored. Mike and Jon are here to do just that.
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Jon and Mike discuss this SNES port of the arcade cabinet! What a blast! The use of so many loud and diverse instruments brings this soundtrack alive.
Today we welcome Jon from Nastygram: An RPG Podcast! We are happy to have him on the team and what a banger for a first episode! Mike and Jon discuss the difference between this and other video game soundtracks. What makes this one so successful? Tun... more
This episode is dedicated to some of the 8-Bit greats from one man. He's a true composer, arranger and delegator. With his writing and direction he helped put Sunsoft on the map with beautiful and at times intricate soundtracks. Today Mike dives into... more
As someone who enjoys music in cinema, iv never really considered how important music is across all entertainment/media platforms. Very thoughtful and mellow. Very in depth well paced with many many examples of music. I think I’m going to have to look for my “Killer Instinct” soundtrack from SNES, only available if you bought the killer instinct snes bundle.
Very cool and unique podcast! The host has an incredibly impressive depth of knowledge about the two things that come together in a special way in this podcast: video games and music. Great way to experience the music of some of your favorite games or to be exposed to new games for the first time. The production quality is solid and the preperation is very clear and yet the host does an excellent job of making it sound conversational and not scripted. Highly recommend!
It really shows that Mike has a passion for the music in the games we all grew up with. I appreciate his knowledgable analysis of the tracks that invoke such a visceral feeling. Looking forward to more!
Excellent commentary. The host’s love and familiarity of the game and it’s soundtrack is abundantly clear and lends its beautiful to the discussion. This episode had me wanting to set aside Elden Ring and replay Mega Man X for the millionth time!
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