Category Archives: Episodes

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Cuphead with Kristofer Maddigan and TMR – PA92

Cuphead is the first game by the indie studio called StudioMDHR based in Canada, which was created by brothers Chad and Jared Moldenhauer. In development since 2010, Cuphead graced the gaming world only last month but is the first of its kind. Now, we’ve seen many action platformers and many boss-battle systems pop up before… Read More »

Yuurei-kun – PA91

It’s Halloween season and we’re bringing out a soundtrack to one of the most terrifying adorable ghosts around (even makes your ghost emoji look scary). Yuurei-kun (aka Mr. Ghost) is a side-scrolling action game released for the MSX2 and higher compatible machines in 1989  both published and developed by System Sacom. While the soundtrack was written using… Read More »

Brain Lord – PA90

In this installment we’re exploring the soundtrack of an overlooked SNES Action-RPG released in 1994, titled: Brain Lord. It was developed by Produce! in conjunction with a sound group called Opus, and published by Enix for the Super Nintendo (or Super Famicom). Composed by Masanao Akahori, the game has a totally catchy soundtrack and some truly wonderful… Read More »

ExP XX: Sega Genesis/Mega Drive with Gene – PA89

Riding on the heels of our last episode (MAGWest Panel), Gene co-hosts with us once again for a Sega Genesis/Mega Drive themed Expansion Pack. We’ve got a lot of great music and hopefully some new stuff that you might have missed! http://media.blubrry.com/pixelatedaudio/p/ia601505.us.archive.org/15/items/PixelatedAudio89/PixelatedAudio89.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:38:36 — 167.8MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts |… Read More »

LIVE: MAGWest Panel with guests Inverse Phase and Extent of the Jam – PA88

MAGWest was the first West Coast MAGFest event in Santa Clara, California (August 25th-27th) and we were stoked to be invited to do a panel this year. The topic we landed on was the sound system of the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive and how the two sound chips (Sega PSG/YM2612) complemented each other for a rich… Read More »