Episode 94: Target Shooting Games

 

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It’s number 94 with a bang! This time around, Mike and Ed pick music that shot straight to the top of their VGM charts… from target shooting games! Join the guys as they discuss Virtua Cop, House of the Dead, Time Crisis, and more!

Thanks to Rob Nichols, Jana Höning, and UtopiaNemo for submitting PixelChat questions. Send YOUR questions for us to answer at pixeltunesradio@gmail.com!

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The Tracklist:

Format: Game Title (System, Year) – Track Title – Composer(s)

1 – House of the Dead: Overkill (Wii, 2009) – “Scream Train” – PitStop Productions (John Sanderson, Nadeem Daya)

2 – Missile Ground Zero (ZX Spectrum, 1989) – “Title Music” -Tim Follin

3 – Time Crisis 3 (Arcade, PS2, 2003) – “Rescue Stage 2” – Takeshi Miura, Sanae Kasahara, Kaoru Okada, Takuya Yokota

4 – Body Count (Genesis, 1994) – “Stage 1” – Steve Collet

5 – Virtua Cop 3 (Arcade, 2003) – “Hard Mission Section 1: Sewers (BGM 10)” – Sachio Ogawa, Seiichi Hamada, Hideaki Miyamoto, Shinichi Goto, Yasuhiro Takagi, Tatsutoshi Narita

6 – Elemental Gearbolt (PS1, 1998) – “Thunder” Kei Wakakusa

7 – Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles (Wii, 2007) “The Epileptic Express C” – Masafumi Takada, Jun Fukuda

8 – Resident Evil Darkside Chronicles (Wii, 2009) – “Theme of Alexia Type 1” – Shusaku Uchiyama, Takeshi Miura, Yoshihisa Hirano

9 – Bazooka Blitzkrieg (SNES, 1992) – “Hunting for Robots” – Uchu-Jin

10 – Rambo 3 (SMS, 1990) – “Levels 2 and 5” – Composer Unknown

11 – Ghost Squad (Wii, Arcade, 2007) – “BGM 40” -Tatsutoshi Narita, Yasuhiro Takagi

12 – Freedom Force (NES, 1988) – “Stage 4: Town” – Naoki Kodaka

 

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One Response to Episode 94: Target Shooting Games

  1. UtopiaNemo says:

    Guys, great fun. Except for that Pixelshat segment; you guys should really screen your questions. Gross!

    Seriously, there was a lot of really good music on hand. You navigated the homogenous mid-90’s shooter music quite well. Hey, I’m also really excited for next episode. It took me a long time to warm up to VGM covers and remixes, but there is so much great stuff out there! If you haven’t already checked out the OC Remix Gunstar Heroes Tribute album, you need to. My personal favorite is “Technology’s Spiritless Puppet”: https://m.soundcloud.com/ocremix/1-05-technologys-spiritless

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