Tag Archives: NES

Journey to Silius – PA64

In this episode we (once again) have composer Naoki Kodaka in all his Sunsoft glory with Journey to Silius (aka [rʌf] World) for the NES/Famicom. This game has all the signs of what makes an NES title remembered as “classic.” And it’s dark visuals, gritty sound, and revenge-focused story draw their own highlights in the ocean of titles on the platform. Join… Read More »

Falsion – PA51

Back in episode 24 we covered an amazing Konami game for the Famicom Disk System titled Ai Senshi Nicol. Today we are covering another 1987 Konami game for the Famicom Disk System titled Falsion and you’re in for quite an auditory ride. This Japan-only released game has an excellent soundtrack and we couldn’t help but… 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 »

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 »

Shadow of the Ninja – PA37

The 80’s and 90’s were buzzing with shurikens and katana wielding ninjas, not only for video games but all media. You had Ninja Gaiden, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 3 Ninjas, Surf Ninjas and on and on. This “ninja-mania” gave us the feeling we were peeking into a mystical world filled with distant culture, rich history… Read More »