Music sources listed below. A whole lot of great “retro” video game finds from April, May and June 2020, coming at you straight from Sendai, Japan!
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00:00:36 MSX pickups
00:30:31 Ganbare Goemon merch
00:36:20 Sega & SNK stuff
01:03:35 Nintendo stuff
01:22:30 Final Fantasy VII merch
01:28:56 Sony/PCE/3DO stuff
01:38:40 Books, cards & the rest
Music used in the video comes from the following games in roughly this order: Sparkster (SFC), Space Manbow (MSX2), We Love Katamari (PS2), Wild Arms 2 (PS1), Power Drift (arcade remix), Suikoden II (PS1), Kyuutenkai (Saturn), Willy Wombat (Saturn), Umjammer Lammy (PS1), Klonoa (PS1), Napple Tale (Dreamcast), Goemon’s Great Adventure (N64), Ganbare Goemon 5th Anniversary single CD, Magic Knight Rayearth (Saturn), The Ninja Warriors (Mega CD), Wolfchild (Mega CD), Gravity Daze (PS Vita), NiGHTs into Dreams (Saturn), Jet Set Radio (Dreamcast), Getsu Fuumaden (Famicom), Psycho Soldier (arcade), Super Castlevania IV (SNES), Akumajou Special: Boku Dracula-kun (Game Boy), Gunstar Super Heroes (GBA), The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time remixes CD, Final Fantasy VII (PS1), Castlevania Chronicle (PS1), Xenogears CREID CD, Chrono Trigger (SFC), ICO (PS2), Klonoa 2 (PS2), and Final Fantasy Tactics (PS1).
My tastes in gaming music are pretty apparent, wouldn’t you say? Anyway, thank you for watching and I hope you discovered something new or neat. Take care!