Before he was made of yarn or a stylus-guided sphere, Kirby ruled the original Game Boy and starred in several console classics. This week we examine Kirby’s pre-2000 era, which includes bubbly tunes from Adventure, Super Star and all three Dream Land titles.
Look, we had to do a Super Mario episode at some point, and with Mario 64 turning 20 it seemed like a great time to look back on SMB1~64 and discuss its well-known (but still quite good) tunes.
Top composers from across Japan graced the Caped Crusader’s NES, SNES, Genesis and even Game Boy titles, cementing a VGM legacy that no other hero can touch. Listen along as we play amazing jams from 1990 and beyond.
Jackie Chan took the US by storm with 1996’s Rumble in the Bronx, but NES and TurboGrafx players likely already knew him as the star of this cute, delightful platformer. More importantly, both versions of the soundtrack are immensely enjoyable and way better than most celebrity games have any right to be.
After years of empty threats, Chris finally lands his Kickle Cubicle episode. And it just so happens to be our very first VGMini, a new sub-series that looks at games that might otherwise never get their own show.
Grab a map and some headphones for OverClocked ReMix’s FIIIIIFTY FIIIIIFTH concept album, which focuses on all the great overworld and map tunes from the Mario universe! That means tracks from Super Mario World, Mario 3, New SMB 2 and everything in between. Grab it over here for free!
The second NES trilogy keeps the mega music moving with amazing jams like Skull Man, Stone Man and Mr X Castle.
ROCKTOBER 2015 kicks off with a deep dive into the first three Mega Man games.
Numerous VGMpire guests share their favorite game tunes of all time as part of our milestone 100th episode.
Celebrating 20 years of eggcellent tunes, all the way from the NES to the 3DS.