Tag Archives: MSX

Herzog Zwei with Nathan and Tomomi Otani – PA60

Herzog Zwei is a real-time strategy game that was developed by Tecnosoft and released for the Mega Drive in 1989 for Japan and for the Sega Genesis in 1990 for North America. With excellent music, you’re in for a good time. Join us with guest-host Nathan Daniels and a special appearance from composer Tomomi Otani. http://media.blubrry.com/pixelatedaudio/p/ia601506.us.archive.org/34/items/PixelatedAudio60/PixelatedAudio60.mp3Podcast:… Read More »

Labyrinth: A Tribute to David Bowie – PA48

Sadly, with David Bowie’s recent passing, the world lost an icon. Thankfully his legacy lives on forever in his music and movies. His role as Jareth in the 1986 film “Labyrinth” captivated us and now 30 years later we call the Goblin King back with a look at the music from Labyrinth the Computer Game… Read More »

Expansion Pack XII: 2015 Throwback – PA45

The new year has come, join us as we look back at some of our favorite VGM tracks from our thirty episodes in 2015. It’s been an amazing year with some incredible music so narrowing it down wasn’t easy, but we had fun and hope you will too. Thank you for all your support and we… Read More »

The Knightmare Saga – PA30

The MSX, while extremely popular in Asia, South America, and parts of Europe, unfortunately never gained footing on U.S. even though some of the most influential games of the 80s debuted on the home computer. Many publishers released gems on it but Konami was a company that made a huge impact on the platform while… Read More »

Expansion Pack VII with Richard Hubbell – PA28

It’s time for another Expansion Pack which means another awesome set of video game music to scope out. Richard Hubbell joins us in today’s episode and brought some great chip tunes to the mix. We had a lot of fun with this show and we think you’ll enjoy it. http://media.blubrry.com/pixelatedaudio/p/ia601506.us.archive.org/15/items/PixelatedAudio28/PixelatedAudio28.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration:… Read More »