Thursday, January 24, 2013

MRGR Radio Episode 28 - 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 - Flash Back - Intro
Track 02 - The Great Giana Sisters - intro
Track 03 - KikStart 2 - Intro (The Gaming Beast)
Track 04 - Bubble Ghost - Level 1 (Chris Winn)
Mic Break
Track 05 - Street Fighter X Mega Man - Boxer Stage
Track 06 - Flash Back - Music Test 2
Track 07 - Donkey Kong - Title Theme
Track 08 - Rally-x
Mic Break
Track 09 - Secret of Evermore - Hall of Collosia (Jer Eb)
Track 10 - Secret of Evermore - Ivor Tower - The Town (Jer Eb)
Track 11 - Final Fantasy VII - Main Theme


  1. I would like to request a song that appeared in the Konami music game Pop 'n Music, song is called "Quick Master". Damn does it give me some awesome chills everytime I hear it while playing the game on my Dreamcast. Don't worry, it was one of the original songs made for those games.

  2. Giana Sisters has some great tunes and thanks for posting the Kikstart 2 MenĂ¼ theme. Flashback is in many ways a great game but I prefer Another World (Out of this World in the US) the game that dude developed before. It was easier to get into (and finish altough it is challenging too). Still it is a game I wanna finish some day. I really need to play Street Fighter X Mega Man. I love Secret of Evermore and it is severly underated, especsially because Secret of Mana Fans accused Evermore of being the reason that Seiken Densetu 3 (would have been Secret of Mana 2) didnt get released in the States. Evermore is a great game with simular (but streamlined) mechanics like Secret of Mana, with a great original Sci-Fi Fantasy story. Its sad it was the only game to come out of square US, I wonder what other games they would have made. Games with JRPG mechanics but with Western style storylines and designs. Id like to request the title song from the C64 version of the "Last Ninja". Cant wait for the next episode!