Techie tunes from two late-blooming Genesis hits. A little bit of dance with a dash of chillaxin grooviness.
A deep dive in the game that started it all, plus choice tracks from its first two sequels.
A full hour devoted to this semi-forgotten PS1 series.
Somewhere around my 100th listen to the Tropical Freeze soundtrack, I started thinking about how game music has conditioned me to enjoy types of music I’d otherwise shrug off. Banjos, harmonized chants and even oboe solos were never on my list of ‘music I’d ever listen to,’ but thanks to VGM I’ve learned that hey, this stuff is great and I shouldn’t write off any instrument or genre.
Blast through the first 15 years of Hudson history with this look back at the Bomberman brand.
A second look at the Legend of Zelda takes us from Majora to Twilight Princess, highlighting all kinds of great tracks along the way.
So few know the majesty of TurboDuo titans Dragon Slayer and Riot Zone. Incredible soundtracks await!
Twisted Metal and Extreme G lead a gas guzzlin episode centered around cars that battle for more than the checkered flag.
A salute to menu music, shop songs and other oft ignored tunes from consoles and handhelds.
Our first ever Album of the Year award goes to David Wise’s stunning Tropical Freeze OST. Its varied set list, consistent quality and overall VGM-ness makes it the best video game soundtrack of the year. Discuss!