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STAGE 59: Final Fight Tribute

STAGE 59: Final Fight Tribute

A game that originally began development as a sequel to the original Street Fighter , the first Final Fight game had to switch its genre from the original fighting game idea to a beat ’em up and eventually change its Street Fighter 2 moniker following the success of Double Dragon, more importantly Double Dragon II: The Revenge

With various ports of the first installment in almost every video game platform out there, its sequels and its characters making appearances in other Capcom titles, It’s plain to see why the Final Fight series is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to talking about memorable games in Capcom’s legacy.

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STAGE 48: Tim Follin

STAGE 48: Tim Follin

While a small number of video game composers go on to achieve great fame thanks to their work in the industry, there are countless others who receive little to no attention at all . One of those often forgotten great video game composers is Tim Follin. A talented individual who’s career has been often hindered by the poor quality of the games he composed music for, so such that despite his considerable talent as a composer, his work is regularly overlooked in favor of other, more well known composers who simply had the good fortune to work on high profile releases.

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Episode 157: Getting a big F-U from Nintendo as we whore out our souls for some sweet SNES minis

Episode 157: Getting a big F-U from Nintendo as we whore out our souls for some sweet SNES minis

In this episode, Our lovable hosts are bitchin’ and complaining about not getting our hands on those sweet SNES mini pre-sales. We also talk about certain videos games in our most video-gamy episode ever.

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back. No reservations needed.

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STAGE 26: Halloween 2

STAGE 26: Halloween 2

It’s Halloween season and for me Horror-themed games are fun to play all year round. However, only a select few are best played during Halloween. As a result, horror based games provide not only chills, but bring great memories that amplify the enjoyment of this particular day even more-so.

Traditionally, Halloween festivities include trick-or-treating, Horror movie marathons, and costume parties, but when it comes to The retro VGM Revival Hour, This year, like every year, Its about getting yourself ready to get you in the mood to celebrate this holiday the only way I know how: Video Game Music.

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BONUS STAGE

BONUS STAGE

you’ve encountered Many Difficult stages, But with the hard work is a great reward, and what better way to reward you, The Fellow listener, with a spacial BONUS STAGE of the Retro VGM Revival Hour. No theme, or subject, just a selection of random tracks of the past and present as a reward for showing much love and respect to the art of Video Game Music. So as you unwrap your favorite gifts, just Listen to these amazing tracks to get you excited to take on whatever lies a head.

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STAGE 4: Mega Man

STAGE 4: Mega Man

Video game music based on The much beloved MEGA MAN games is what this very special Stage 4 is all about, so make sure you have plenty of “E” tanks handy and have your Mega Buster fully charged up. This episode might just blow you away in its sheer epicness of all things Mega Man

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STAGE 2: Movies

STAGE 2: Movies

Video games based on movies is the topic of Stage 2 , so grab some popcorn and your snacks of choice and just sit back and listen to the sounds of your favorite movies in an 8bit and 16bit state of mind. This episode is rated A , for AWESOME.

 

 

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