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ETIA. – Singularity

Posted on August 11th, 2020 by Hitstun

30-Day Video Game Music Challenge (Super Hard Mode) Day 25: Music that gets you pumped From Arcaea (iOS/Android, 2017) Find something more hype…if you can… Fast songs in music games overclock my brain like nothing else, even if I hear them outside the game. Source: ETIA. and YouTube, challenge by OverClocked ReMix I think?, via […]

Anamanaguchi – Another Winter

Posted on August 10th, 2020 by Hitstun

30-Day Video Game Music Challenge (Super Hard Mode) Day 24: Music you constantly have stuck in your head From Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game (PS3, August 10, 2010) Happy 10th anniversary! We want to buy this precious little beat-’em-up, but it’s been delisted since 2014. This Anamanaguchi soundtrack is all we have left […]

Junko Shiratsu and Mariko Nanba – Door Into Summer

Posted on August 9th, 2020 by Hitstun

30-Day Video Game Music Challenge (Super Hard Mode) Day 23: Underrated music From Knuckles’ Chaotix (32X, 1995) Chaotix nicely uses the extra sound channels that went unused in most 32X games. I think I ought to give Chaotix a chance. Source: YouTube, challenge by OverClocked ReMix I think?, via NintendoCapriSun

Mieko Ishikawa – Trading Village of Redmont

Posted on August 8th, 2020 by Hitstun

30-Day Video Game Music Challenge (Super Hard Mode) Day 22: Town/village music From Ys III (PC-88/PC-98, 1989) Yeah, My Life in Gaming picked this song too, but I’m not changing it now. Those nerds have lots of good picks, so check them out too. Source: YouTube, challenge by OverClocked ReMix I think?, via NintendoCapriSun

Masashi Kageyama – Happy Birthday

Posted on August 7th, 2020 by Hitstun

30-Day Video Game Music Challenge (Super Hard Mode) Day 21: Music you associate with frustration From Gimmick! (Famicom + 5B , 1992) To a special someone: May you navigate life’s brutal platforming challenges with more finesse than I have. Retro Game Audio did an episode on Gimmick and its Sunsoft 5B chip. They’re good! Source: […]