06 December 2017

Episode 195: Brent’s Recent Games

For Episode 195, Brent picks tracks he only recently discovered by playing through the actual games.  Gabe also blesses the boys with various gifts due to this being the Christmas episode.  Rob accidentally comes up with a new expression to describe things that are bonk.  Trevor accidentally ruins a surprise for himself.  And there’s a big debate about if a track played on the show is legal or not.  Brent also plays a message Rob left on his answering machine, a name-that-tune situation which you can guess for yourself in comments section below.  NOTE: In case there is any confusion, during Rob’s phone message, there’s a video game sound effect which was put in during the editing of this episode in order to censor a bad word Rob said during the message.  That is, it wasn’t a sound effect Rob left while recording the message.  Full track listing below.




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

Ys: The Vanished Omens - Yuzo Koshiro, Tokuhiko Uwabo (Bo) (arr.), Izuho Numata (Ippo) (arr.), Neko (arr.) - Tower of the Shadow of Death - Falcom/Sega - Master System - 1988

Dragon Slayer: Eiyuu Densetsu II - Mieko Ishikawa, Atsushi Shirakawa - Town - Falcom/Sega - Mega Drive - 1995

Brain Lord - Masanao Akahori - Demon Invasion - Produce/Enix - SNES - 1994

Devilish: The Next Possession - Hitoshi Sakimoto - Stage 7: Prairie - Sage's Creation/Aisystem Tokyo - Genesis - 1992

Kirby's Dream Land 3 - Jun Ishikawa - Iceberg - HAL Laboratory - SNES - 1997

The Flintstones - Dean Evans - Unused Song 2 - Ocean - SNES - 1995

Ranma 1/2: Chougi Ranbu Hen - Toshio Okamoto - Herb (Parthenon Temple) - Atelier Double/Shogakukan - Super Famicom - 1994

Gods - Jason Page - High Score Tune - Graftgold/Mindscape - Genesis - 1992

Gargoyle's Quest - Harumi Fujita, Yoko Shimomura, unknown, unknown - Short Stage - Capcom - Game Boy - 1990

Green Lantern - Dean Evans - Game Complete - Ocean - SNES - 1994 (unreleased)

Aerobiz - Opening - Pacific - Koei - SNES - 1993