Saturday Morning Breakfast Mix – Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light

Saturday Morning Breakfast Mix – Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light

Welcome to the Saturday Morning Breakfast Mix! A show that remembers and honors those great cartoon shows that many of us grew up with. Whether you were an 80s kid or a 90s kid, we all remember those Saturday mornings just sitting in your living room/bedroom wearing your footie pajamas with a box of cereal In hand and enjoying hours upon hours of television geared towards you.

The planet Prysmos – A futuristic world where technological advances created to help mankind are suddenly rendered useless when the planets suns are realigned. Out of this post-technological loss, two groups would rise to dominance from the devastation to wage war upon each other. One is controlled by honest and law-abiding people and the other by criminals and villains.

The groups are now divided between the good Spectral Knights and the evil Darkling Lords. The battle for supremacy begins. These are The VISIONARIES!

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Episode 176: This Rocky Modern Life Wont End Until It Sleeps

Episode 176: This Rocky Modern Life Wont End Until It Sleeps

In this episode, Our Hosts wonder why growing up is the worst part of life! We also discuss that 1970s Education film, The miracle of childbirth (or whatever it was called).

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

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Having Each Other’s Backs (A Shout-Out to Amiten TV)

Having Each Other’s Backs (A Shout-Out to Amiten TV)

Here’s the thing about being a content creator: no matter what some people try to paint otherwise, content creators are a tight-knit community. And not just content creators, either! People gravitate towards common passions and interests, and the communities that form around those passions are just as tight-knit! It doesn’t matter what the interest is: be it vinyl collectors, photographers, artists, musicians, retro gaming, retro computers, those communities look out for their members and have each other’s backs through thick and thin.

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Episode 175: Discovering That Old Men Screaming At Things Not Aimed Towards Them Is A Useless Endeavor

Episode 175: Discovering That Old Men Screaming At Things Not Aimed Towards Them Is A Useless Endeavor

In this episode, Our Hosts realize that being upset at something that is not meant for them is as silly as vegetarian eating Turtles! We discuss that just because we don’t like a new take on something doesn’t mean that we cant still cherish the original version or previous iterations.

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

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Episode 174: Heavy Censoring Through John Matrix’s VCR Reveals That We Watch Waaaaay Too Much Television

Episode 174: Heavy Censoring Through John Matrix’s VCR Reveals That We Watch Waaaaay Too Much Television

In this episode, Our Hosts realize that The names for some 80s actions stars were stupid as hell! We discuss how the heavy censoring of R-rated films for television just made the viewing that much more enjoyable. We also talk about the movie that is a right of passage for kids in the 80s: COMMANDO!!!!

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

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Bonus Stage 5

Bonus Stage 5

Now that 2017 has come and gone, Its time to look forward to the many new challenges and obstacles that are in store for us, and with that It’s that time again here at the Retro VGM Revival hour, where you, the fellow listener, have entered another BONUS STAGE.
so let us take a little break from the action and distract ourselves with something to reward your progress thus far.

So sit back and Listen to some amazing tracks to get you excited to take on whatever lies a head.

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Episode 173: Cruising Through The Food Fights In Order To Throw Those Sgt. Banana Figures In A Fire

Episode 173: Cruising Through The Food Fights In Order To Throw Those Sgt. Banana Figures In A Fire

In this episode, Our Hosts realize that there were a plethora of just awfully crappy toys available for us as kids!  Weird part is, We liked them and want them still in our lives. Also, Rob’s obsession with the Rock Lords are still brought up, because one of us will never let that die. Plus, we talk about a toy line that never got its time to shine: FOOD FIGHTERS!!!!

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

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Retro VGM Selects: Art of Fighting – The Definitive Soundtrack

Retro VGM Selects: Art of Fighting – The Definitive Soundtrack

Developed and published by SNK for their Neo Geo arcade platform on September 24, 1992, Art of Fighting began a new series of fighting games for the company, who has already established their path with the release of Fatal Fury one year prior. Art of Fighting was set as a prequel to that series; taking place in the fictional city of South Town, the game saw protagonists Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia, friends and rivals who are practitioners of the Sakazaki family’s Kyokugen Karate fighting school, undertake a dangerous quest through the crime ridden town to find and rescue Ryo’s younger sister Yuri from the dangerous mob boss, Mr. Big, and to also find out what happened to their father, Takuma. What set the original Art of Fighting apart from other fighting games was its presentation: massive sprites, a strong cinematic soundtrack, a story mode where only Ryo and Robert were playable characters, and its cinematic presentation of its storyline, with characters that had more developed personalities, unique fighting styles, and cutscenes that advanced the story, were a far cry from Capcom’s Street Fighter II, which was also released in 1991.

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Episode 172: A Ugandan Echidna Roams The Hallowed Magfest Isles In Search For Some Toxic Fandom

Episode 172: A Ugandan Echidna Roams The Hallowed Magfest Isles In Search For Some Toxic Fandom

In this episode, Our Hosts realize that some fandoms are TOXIC! We discuss how some people can make a thing they like and make it totally unlikable. We also talk about Rob’s adventures over at Magfest. Plenty of retrogaming talk to going around. Oh yeah! Also, WE FIND DA WAE!!

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

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Saturday Morning CHRISTMAS Mix

Saturday Morning CHRISTMAS Mix

Hey Everyone!
As a way to say Thank You for supporting The Nostalgia Road Trip, I wanted to make this short video to show how much I appreciate your support going into the new year.

This video also serves as a brief channel update on whats happening.

So from the Nostalgia Road Trip and its various projects (the Saturday Morning Breakfast Mix, The Nostalgia Road Trip Podcast and the Retro VGM Revival Hour Podcast) I just wanna say:
“Merry Christmas and a happy New Year”

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