Almos Papp's blog

Well, the end is here I'm afraid. Things just aren't working out. Videogame Audio had a short lifespan but I would like to thank all my listeners (I know you're out there!) I really appreciate all the feedback I've recieved. It was a fun road and I had a lot of fun producing the show, I hope that you've all enjoyed it while it lasted. Thanks again to everyone, love y'all,

Álmos

Did Michael Jackson compose Sonic 3's music?!?

Sonic the Hedgehog 3 is undoubtedly, one of the best games for the Sega Genesis console. Featuring larger and more detailed stages, more moves and gimmicks, and (arguably) better music then any of it's predecessors, Sonic 3 was (and still is) a game to be reckoned with. But can some of it's superior soundtrack be attributed to a rumored involvement with Michael Jackson as the game's composer? Find out at 9:00 A.M. this Friday!

Videogame Audio episode 6 will be airing this Friday at 9:00 A.M. With a wide variety of songs, from games including the long awaited finally released Epic Battle Fantasy 4 (link! go play it!: http://www.kongregate.com/games/kupo707/epic-battle-fantasy-4 ),God of War, Crazy Taxi, Metroid, Ninja Gaiden, and many more! Don't miss it! Epic Battle Fantasy 4!

Scott Pilgrim

We've got a nice potpourri of games this Friday to whet your appetite for videogame music! The first half features music from movie based games, like Michael Jackson's Moonwalker (Yes, he made a game!), Pirates of the Caribbean Online, and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, a game which utilizes music from New York City based chip-punk band,  Anamanaguchi (How the heck am I supposed to say that?!). Later we'll be hearing gameplay music from classics like Tetris, and music that was inspired by videogames. "Pacman Fever" sound familiar to anyone?

Due to technical difficulties at the station, Videogame Audio will be airing next week instead. We apologize for any inconvenience.

MDK

 

This Friday on Videogame Audio, we'll be taking a close look at the Professor Layton series for Nintendo DS, as well as cult classic windows and playstation title, MDK. Who, or what is that black suited pointy headed thing? And what does MDK stand for? Find out at 9:00 tomorrow!

 

 

 

 

 

Sonic Adventure 2 Logo. This week on Videogame Audio, we'll be taking an in-depth look at the music of Sega Dreamcast hit title Sonic Adventure 2, as well as the beautiful music of the Epic Battle Fantasy flash game series. Friday at 9:00 AM, don't miss it!

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