Tag Archives: Sega

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 »

Bangai-O – PA73

When it comes to the Sega Dreamcast there certainly is no shortage of odd titles. Bangai-O fits the bill. From the moment you start playing, it shatters your expectations into tiny pieces and when you’re done it reassemble them into an unforgettable experience. If somehow you were thinking the Dreamcast version wasn’t enough, we’re also… Read More »

Galvanic Gunner Aleste – PA56

Compile was responsible for dozens of games in the 80’s and 90’s but well-loved for their amazing shooters like the Aleste series. Aleste got its roots on the Sega Master System but made a portable detour on the Game Gear for two installments: GG Aleste (1991) and GG Aleste II: Lance Bird (1993). These vertical shooters are a… Read More »

Expansion Pack XIII – PA50

We’re extremely proud to have made it to episode 50 and put together a great show worthy of that milestone. So, with much thought and many show ideas kicked around, we finally decided on a plus sized Expansion Pack! Get ready for 14 tracks from several different systems, game genres, and styles! http://media.blubrry.com/pixelatedaudio/p/ia601501.us.archive.org/3/items/PixelatedAudio50/PixelatedAudio50.mp3Podcast: Play in… Read More »

Ristar: The Shooting Star – PA38

Sega’s Sonic Team released Ristar in 1995, quite late in the Sega Genesis lifespan which left many people unaware of the game’s existence. For the fortunate few that did play this game, we were rewarded with an amazing 16-bit platformer unlike anything else. If you played Ristar, you’ll remember the music from Tomoko Sasaki right… Read More »