Episode 110: Saigo no Free Picks

Download Episode 110: “Saigo no Free Picks” here!

It’s a free picks show, and also a special “Thank You” episode! This one may be a little emotionally intense though, so make sure to have some tissues handy while you listen. Find out the meaning behind the title of the show, and what the PTR guys will be up to in the future!

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The Tracklist:

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

1 – Looney Tunes: Carrot Crazy (GBC, 1998) – “Treasure Island”- Alberto Jose Gonzalez

2 – Barunba (PCE, 1990) – “Fortress (Area 5)” – Makiko Ito, Hiroshi Nishikawa

3 – Ms. Pac Man’s Maze Madness (DC, 2000) -”CleoPactra” Jon Holland

4 – Quattro Sports BMX Simulator (NES, 1993) – “Title Theme” – Gavin Raeburn

5 – Hi No Tori Houhou Hen (FC, 1987) – ”Stage 3” – Kinuyo Yamashita, Iku Mizutani, Hidenori Maezawa

6 – Snipperclips Plus (Switch, 2017) – “Silly Science B” – Calum Bowen

7 – Foreman For Real (SNES, 1995) – “Tournament” – Chris Jojo, Paul Tonge, Suddi Raval

8 – Super Bomberman R (Switch, 2017) – “Online Battle 2” – Seima Iwahashi, Daisuke Kikuta

9 – Radiant Historia Perfect Chronology (3DS, 2018) – “Edge of Green” – Yoko Shimomura

10 – Streets of Rogue (PC, 2017) – “Ghetto Libretto” – Craig Barnes

11 -X-Men VS Street Fighter (Arcade, Saturn, PS1, 1996) – “Theme of Rogue” – Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara

12 – Super R-Type (SNES, 1995) – “A Submerging Titan” – Takushi Hiyamuta

Outro – Mega Man X (SNES, 1993) – “Ending” –  Setsuo Yamamoto, Makoto Tomozawa, Yuki Iwai, Yūko Takehara, Toshihiko Horiyama

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2 Responses to Episode 110: Saigo no Free Picks

  1. UtopiaNemo aka Nathan Daniels says:

    Guys, just finished the episode. Due to the VGMJB news of their end(plus the near simultaneous slowdown of the Diad Presents and PA), your announcement was like a punch in the gut. HOWEVER, within minutes, you guys turned that sorrow to joy. Both of your projects sound really good and I’m very excited to continue listening!

    Speaking of listening, what a way to end a run! Each track got better and better than the one that preceded it. Although by that logic, my favorite track would have been the last one of the episode, I really loved that Calum Bowen track. I first heard of Mr. Bowen from the Winnose OST(possibly a pun on “winnows?”), which I purchased as part of a massive OST treasure chest from Humble Bundle. The game seems almost nonexistent, but the short soundtrack is quite memorable. You can find most of it on YouTube, bit the whole thing is only available from his Bandcamp Page.

    Anyway guys, I’m super excited about what you have on the horizon. I wish you the best on your respective endeavors!

  2. xeogred says:

    Yeah the VGMJB news hit me really hard too, I’ve been with them since around the beginning and that’s when I checked you guys out, so about two years ago or so. Glad I got to stick around here for awhile and it was a blast! It’s exciting Pixel Tunes isn’t truly ending but rather spawning two new arms and ventures, I’m glad you guys are going to keep going and look forward to the new shows and formats!

    I also wanted to personally thank Ryu as well, for taking time out of his busy schedule to drop by and listen to some tunes with us regular non ninja folk. That was very nice of him.

    Seriously loved the skits and the potty humor though haha. Great run guys and I learned a ton about games and composers, I’ll have to hit up the early half that I missed someday.

    Cheers!

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