A musical journey through MMO soundscapes, Battle Bards reviews and discusses the soundtrack of MMORPGs with a trio of engaging hosts. The Battle Bards podcast alternates with Retro Reprise every other week, a half-hour podcast showcasing classic VGM from the ’80s and ’90s.

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A musical journey through MMO soundscapes, Battle Bards reviews and discusses the soundtrack of MMORPGs with a trio of engaging hosts. The Battle Bards podcast alternates with Retro Reprise every other week, a half-hour podcast showcasing classic VGM from the ’80s and ’90s.

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Syp doesn't hold a monopoly on retro VGM -- far from it! In this episode, he plays a melting pot of listener requests from many eras, platforms, and genres. Want to send in your own requests for a future show? Drop him a line on Twitter @Sypster!

Episode 6: Listener requests! 

  • Intro
  • "Song of the Grid" from Ballblazer (Atari 7800)
  • "Volcanic Stage" from Life Force (NES)
  • "Stage Select" from Mega Man X (SNES)
  • "Scars of Time" from Chrono Cross (PlayStation)
  • "Lemming 2 (Miners and Climbers)" from Lemmings (Amiga)
  • "Intro" from Gods (Amiga)
  • Outro
Direct download: Retro_Reprise_Episode_6.mp3
Category:retro reprise -- posted at: 9:00am EDT
Comments[1]

  • Thanks for the inclusion! I agree, Chrono Trigger is a better game, but I give the slight edge to Chrono Cross for the soundtrack. The added depth of CD-quality instrumentals and Mitsuda's greater experience really made it click for me. Of course, full orchestral 'Trigger music is really, really great, too...

    posted by: Tesh on 2016-11-30 11:56:14

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