Episode 24: The Sharp X68000

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When it came to awesome music and fun, playable games, the Sharp X68000 was the system of choice for many hardcore Japanese gamers.  It boasted a fast Motorola 68000 processor, just like the Sega Genesis, but had more RAM and a ton of cool features and accessories!  Ed and Mike explore some of their favorite games for the system, and play some tracks that highlight its awesome musical capabilities.  Also in this episode: commercials for the new (fake) X68Million system!  Mike’s girlfriend tries to explain Mahjong! And Ed won’t stop doing people in the justice!  Enjoy!

*BONUS GAME* – Count how many times Ed says “Really really” in this episode!

The Tracklist:

*1 – Cho Ren Sha – Impossible One – Ruzarin Kashiwagi

*2 – Etoile Princess – Level 1 (Vermouth enhanced) – Hiroyuki Saegusa

*3 – Aquales – Shut it Up! – Hiroyuki Saegusa, Hiroshi Yamamoto

*4 – Mad Stalker – Stage 3 – Keishi Yonao

*5 – Super Real Mahjong PIV – Main Menu – Daisuke Morishima

*6 – Super Star Shooter ‘91 – Conflict (Roland SC-88 enhanced) – Pomp the Bass

*7 – Genocide2 – Shock ’72 (Stage 1 Boss) – Hideyuki Shimono, Naoyuki Kimura

*8 – Knight Arms: The Hyblid Framer – One Voice in the Cosmic Fugue – Toshiya                 Yamanaka

*9 – Phalanx – Stage 1: Assault – Kenichi Kamio

*10 – Cho-Jin – Good Evening Mr. Gentleman – Composer Unknown

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