#68 Magical Golden Sound Shower

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Robert and Alva are back to share some of their favourite video game music with each other, and with you.

Tracks featured:

Hustlers’ Concept - “Loin” (from Black/Matrix)
Atsunori Namba - “Samurai Gunman ~ Shin Za Zaan” (from Rising Zan: The Samurai Gunman)
Masashi Hamauzu - “Aussenwelt” (from SaGa Frontier II)
Rob Hubbard - “Loading” (from Sanxion)
Masafumi Takada - “Where Angels Play” (from Killer7)
Zuntata - “Daddy Mulk” (from The Ninja Warriors)
Hidehito Aoki - “City 1 ~ School Revisited” (from Revelations: Persona)
John Foxx - “Into the Wonderful” (from Gods)
Mieko Ishikawa - “Trading Village of Redmont” (from Ys III: Wanderers from Ys)
Kenichiro Fukui - “Badlands” (from Einhänder)
Masashi Hamauzu - “DG - ‘Sadness’” (from Unlimited Saga)
Jake Kaufman - “Caught Red Handed” (from Mighty Switch Force)
Toshiko Tasaki - “Kuzunoha Detective Agency” (from Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner)

Episode #25 Racing Down the Information Superhighway at the Speed of Light

Strap in and strap on, MisanthroPlay push the cyber pedal to the cyber metal of Futuristic Racing Games. Pull up the bumper, baby.

Also this week, We Play Redout, Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey and EverSpace.

Episode #23 Video Game Nasties

Episode #21 The Persona 20th Anniversary Extravaganza

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Persona 5's just dropped in Japan, and right on time: September 20th 2016 marks the twenty year anniversary of Atlus' beloved flagship JRPG of metropolitan friends fighting mythic figures. A special occasion calls for a special guest, so we invited the charming Bob Mackey (Retronauts, USGamer, Talking Simpsons) to discuss the ins and outs of Persona and how it's changed over the years.

Also, We Play Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander, the Final Fantasy/FTL mash-up we never knew we wanted, and we go back to Persona's roots in Kyuuyaku Megami Tensei. Alvin checks out the latest update to VR game Space Pirate Trainer, while Robert reviews Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness. Also, Solitarica: A Solitaire RPG? It's more likely than you think.

It also happens to be MisanthroPlay's first anniversary! We've had a lot of fun producing episodes of this little podcast over the course of the past year, and we're thrilled that we're able to release on a regular schedule. Our listener numbers have nearly doubled over the course of the summer, and a very special thank you goes out to all of you for tuning in, writing in, and leaving iTunes reviews. You're all amazing and we love you.

Unless you're a .hack game.