Tag Archives: Sony Playstation

Lunar: The Silver Star with Noriyuki Iwadare – PA82

Originally, Lunar: The Silver Star was published by Game Arts for the Sega CD (Mega CD) in Japan in 1992, and the US in 1993 by Working Designs  -developed Game Arts, Studio Alex. In 1996, Game Arts completely reworked, and retold the story of Lunar by releasing Lunar: The Silver Star Story for the Sega Saturn… Read More »

Expansion Pack XI: Extra-Life – PA41

This week we’re bringing you a special episode from our Extra-Life charity event  (24hour gaming marathon)  that took place on Nov. 7th. We asked the other team members to play something that was special to them and voice their thoughts. Good times, good music. Listen to us slowly lose our minds. http://media.blubrry.com/pixelatedaudio/p/ia601505.us.archive.org/10/items/PixelatedAudio41/PixelatedAudio41.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |… Read More »

Ghost in the Shell: Megatechno Body – PA31

In 1995 the western world was introduced to the cyberpunk anime, Ghost in the Shell (based on a manga of the same name) and two years later a Ghost in the Shell video game developed by Exact (now know as SCE Japan Studio) made its way onto the original Playstation. With clean graphics, unique gameplay… Read More »

Expansion Pack IV with Chase Bethea – PA20

Today we are doing another VGM Expansion Pack mixture but this time indie composer Chase Bethea joins us to bring some of his favorite tunes (as well as a few he wrote)! You might just discover a new favorite track! http://media.blubrry.com/pixelatedaudio/p/ia601502.us.archive.org/3/items/PixelatedAudio20/PixelatedAudio20.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:33:01 — 127.0MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android |… Read More »

20 Years of Sony PlayStation

In Japan on December 3, 1994 Sony entered the console war with the Sony Playstation (or PS1 or PSX). North America and Europe got there look at the console in September of 1995 while it competed against the Sega Saturn and the Nintendo 64. The Sony Playstation did so well that it became the first… Read More »