Thursday, December 27, 2012

MRGR Radio Episode 26 - Retro Game Music Podcast

Welcome to this week's episode of MRGR Radio. A video game music podcast produced by Michael Smith of Michael's Retro Game Reviews.

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Here is the track listing for this weeks Podcast

Track 01 - Game Boy Camera - Run! Run! Run! Theme
Track 02 - Game Boy Camera - Shoot 1
Track 03 - Game Boy Camera - Shoot 2
Track 04 - Game Boy Camera - Planet Screen - Credits Part 2
Mic Break
Track 05 - Street Fighter 2 - Ken Stage - dos Ver
Track 06 - Street Fighter X Mega Man - Ryu Stage
Track 07 - Little Samson - Title Theme
Track 08 - The Little Mermaid - Sea of Ice
Mic Break
Track 09 - Fable - Theme
Track 10 - Journey To Silius- level 4
Track 11 - The Little Mermaid - Prologue Theme


  1. I didnt know Game Boy Camera had such music, who knew.

    That Street Fighter music did it use Soundblaster? Almost sounds like a Roland one (those were the best Soundcards). It sounds almost like a carebbiean version of the track. Still cool though. I need to play MM VS SF. I can maybe help you with the controller issues. That Journey to Silius game Song was great.

    Man that was supposed to be the original Terminator Game. then they lost the license.

    How do these things happen? When you become the king it should be like a Strategy game. I only played Fable 1 and it had soem great moments and I love the drinking mechanics. Pretty good game.

    Great Episode man!

    1. same here i was so surprise and the game boy camera has one catchy soundtrack but most of the tunes are short. it used Roland and was a very cool different take on that tune, if you can help me that would be awesome but i think the problem is i don't have an official xbox wireless receiver but it works find with with older drivers and may be MM X SF needs more newer ones to work right, for a free game it's worth checking out. i liked fable 1 and 2 but 3 was a miss for it. and your spot on. king should be making decisions and not going out questing and it would of worked better as a side fable Strategy game.

      Thanks man and now checking out the newest episode of your podcast