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Episode 15 – Timespinner with Jeff Ball

Episode 15 – Timespinner with Jeff Ball

Plenty of games nowadays have tried to emulate and pay tribute to Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. But few are able to pull it off utilizing the minute details, especially when it comes to the music of the Playstation era. Enter, Timespinner, 2018’s indie darling. A game that tells the story of a blue-haired Time Messenger named Lunais, in a side scrolling, action-platforming adventure that will even send yourself time travelling: with a huge contribution to this feeling from composer Jeff Ball. Experience a soundtrack that will send you back to the 32-bit era of gaming. From deep discussions about inclusion and diversity of the characters’, learning about Jeff’s tactics to make the game’s soundtrack echo the brilliance from the games of yesterday, to creepy Mario Paint music chat, this is Jeff Ball and the music of Timespinner.
Special thank you to our composer guest Jeff Ball for being on this episode, as well as Scarlet Moon Productions and Materia Collective for releasing the Timespinners soundtrack! Grab a copy today: https://www.materiacollective.com/ -|- http://scarletmoon.com/
Check out Jeff’s Twitter and Bandcamp for more of his work: @JeffThatNoise -|-https://soundcloud.com/jeffball
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Intro: “From Our Hearts”
1 – “Uncertain Hope”
2 – “Defiance”
3 – “Echoes of the Forgotten”
4 – “Masquerade of Hedonists”
5 – “Surpassing Authority”
6 – “Unnerving Gaze”
7 – “Shears of Atropos”
8 – “Eternal Nightmare”
9 – “Pioneer’s Horizon”
10 – “Shattered Hourglass”

Episode 14 – Justin’s Picks!

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Episode 14 – Justin’s Picks!

It’s co-host spotlight time! Justin takes center stage as he picks all the tracks for this episode! From Intellivision to Playstation 4, Justin takes the listener through a nostalgic and personal journey through his taste in video game music and shares his thoughts about some of the more iconic games that he’s enjoyed over the years. Hear the tale of how Justin arranged music for his very own wedding, as well as his thoughts on Final Fantasy, Sega Genesis, PC gaming, and of course, find out why the chicken’s no good. It’s Justin’s Picks on XVGM Radio!
We’d love to hear what you thought about this nostalgic time warp through Justin’s choices.  Shoot us an email at XVGMRadio@gmail.com or join in on the discussion at www.Facebook.com/Groups/XVGMRadio
Huge thank you to Patron Chris Murray for picking an absolutely awesome track this episode! And thanks to the rest of our wonderful Patrons: Alex Messenger, Cam Werme, Chris Murray, Chris Myers, Scott McElhone and “The Autistic Gamer 89”
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Intro: Burger Time (Intellivision – 1982) “In Game 2” Bill Goodrich
1 – Final Fantasy (NES – 1987) “Opening Theme” Nobuo Uematsu
2 – Mega Man 3 (NES – 1990) “Gemini Man” Harumi Fujita, Yasuaki Fujita
3 – Gradius 3 (SNES – 1990) “Easter Stone” Kazuki Muraoka, Kazuhiko Uehara, Harumi Uekō, Yukie Morimoto
4 – Sonic the Hedgehog (GEN – 1991) “Marble Zone” Masato Nakamura
5 – Myst (Mac/PC – 1993) “Channelwood Age – Sirrus Theme” Robyn Miller
6 – Warcraft II (PC/Mac, -1994/95) “Orc Battle 2” Glenn Stafford
7 – Final Fantasy IX (PS1 – 2000) “Vamo’ alla Flamenco” Nobuo Uematsu
8 – Rez (PS2 – 2001) “Rock is Sponge/Stage 04” Joujouka
9 – Dynasty Warriors Gundam 3 (XB360 – 2011) “Esperance (Type 2)” Shinichiro Nakamura, Masato Koike, Miki Fujii
10 – Transformers: Devastation (PS4 – 2015) “Soundwave” Satoshi Igarashi (Lead Composer), Tetsuya Shibata, Jun Okubo