Sometimes considered the greatest crossover of its time, when Capcom and Disney worked together, the results were a mixed bag of highs and lows regarding gaming. However, the music was always a treat; one that many gamers would possibly consider some of the best of its time. On this episode, Justin and Mike are joined by Rob and Pernell of Rhythm & Pixels, a fellow VGM podcast focused on friendship and awesome tunes. With Rob and Pernell picking the majority of the tracks this time around, this episode is sure to delight fans on all spectrums. From discussion about mermaid butts, talking about dysfunctional households amongst the Goof Troop gang, and call ins from various Disney characters, prepare to visit the Magic Kingdom, the Disney Afternoon and more on this episode of XVGM Radio!
Huge thanks to Rob and Pernell for joining us for this part 1 look at Disney based VGM. We’ll be doing a followup crossover episode on their show soon where we take a look at non-Capcom Disney games. Check them out at: https://rhythmandpixels.com/
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Intro: Magical Tetris Challenge (GBC, 2000) – “Updown Tetris Panic” Harumi Fujita
1- Magical Tetris Challenge (N64, PS1, Arcade, 1998) – “Mickey’s Theme” (also called “Versus Weasel”) – Masato Kouda
2 – Adventures in the Magic Kingdom (NES, 1990) – “Space Ship” Yoko Shimomura, Yoshihiro Sakaguchi (Programming)
3 – Who Framed Roger Rabbit (Game Boy, 1991), “Stages 5 and 6” – Yasuaki Fujita
4- Mickey Mousecapade (NES, 1988) “Pirate Ship” – Takeaki Kunimoto
5 – The Little Mermaid (NES, 1991) – “The Sunken Ship” – Yasuaki Fujita
6 – Mickey’s Dangerous Chase (GB, 1991) – “Factory” – Keiji Sakata
7 – Chip and Dale’s Rescue Rangers (NES, 1990) – “Zone J” – Harumi Fujita
8 – Darkwing Duck (NES, 1992) “Megavolt Stage” – Yasuaki Fujita
9 – Disney’s Aladdin (SNES, 1993) – “Stage 2 The Caves” – Setsuo Yamamoto, Yuko Takehara, Yuki Iwai Alan Menken (Original music)
10 – Disney’s Goof Troop (SNES, 1993) – “Sea Robber” – Yuki Iwai