Retro VGM Revival Hour – SUPER MARIO BROS.

Super mario bros
Hard to believe it has been 30 years since we were first told “our princess is in another castle.” For those of you not familiar with the reference, “Super Mario Bros.,” one of the most popular video games of all time, turned 30 this year.
Super mario bros. has grown to become one of the most popular video game series of all time and it’s main protagonist, Mario , is the closest thing to Mickey Mouse in the world of video games, an instantly recognizable symbol of gaming and a mascot for its company, NINTENDO.
so this STAGE of the retro VGM revival hour is dedicated to that video game icon, Super mario…
here we goooooooooo!!!
Game – Composer – Title – Year – Company – System
1.) Donkey Kong – Hirokazu Tanaka (Arranged by Yukio Kaneoka) – “Stage Start & Hammer Time” – June 1986 – Nintendo – NES
2.) Donkey Kong Jr – Hirokazu Tanaka (Arranged by Yukio Kaneoka) – “Title Screen & Stage 4” -June 1986 – Nintendo – NES
3.) Mario Bros. – Hirokazu Tanaka (Arranged by Yukio Kaneoka) – “Title Screen & Game Over” – June 1986 – Nintendo – NES
4.) Super Mario Bros. – Koji Kondo – “Overworld (Hurry!) & Underwater”- September 13, 1985 – Nintendo – NES
5.) Super Mario Bros. 2 – Koji Kondo – “Title Screen / Prologue & Overworld” – September 9, 1988 – Nintendo – NES
6.) Super Mario Bros. 3 – Koji Kondo – “Hammer Bros, Giant Land & Athletic” – February 12, 1990 – Nintendo – NES
7.) Dr. Mario – Hirokazu Tanaka – “Title Screen & Fever” – October 1990 – Nintendo – NES
8.) Super Mario Land – Hirokazu Tanaka – “Muda Kingdom & Easton Kingdom” – August 1989 – Nintendo – Game Boy
9.) Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins – Kazumi Totaka – “ Athletic, Star Maze & Choose Your Pipe “ – November 2, 1992 – Nintendo – Game Boy
10.) Super Mario World – Koji Kondo – “Title Theme, Athletic & The evil king koopa(Bowser)“ – August 23, 1991 – Nintendo – SNES
11.) Super Mario RPG – Yoko Shimomura – “Happy adventure/Delightful adventure, Still the road is full of dangers & Fight against koopa(Bowser)” – May 13, 1996 – Square/Nintendo – SNES
12.) Super Mario 64 – Koji Kondo – “Slider & Dire/Dire Docks“ – September 26, 1996 – Nintendo – N64
13.) Super Mario Sunshine – Koji Kondo & Shinobu Tanaka – “Delfino plaza“ – August 26, 2002 – Nintendo – Nintendo GameCube
14.) New Super Mario Bros. – Asuka Ohta, Hajime Wakai & Koji Kondo – “Walking the plains & The mushroom waltz” – May 15, 2006 – Nintendo – Nintendo DS
15.) Super Mario Galaxy – Mahito Yokota & Koji Kondo – “ Starbit Festival, (Rosetta’s) Rosalina’s Comet Observatory 2, Floater Land & Flying Mario“ – November 12, 2007 – Nintendo – Nintendo Wii
16.) Super Mario Galaxy 2 – Mahito Yokota, Ryo Nagamatsu & Koji Kondo – “Throwback Galaxy & Hurry!” – May 23, 2010 – Nintendo – Nintendo Wii
17.) Super Mario 3D World – Mahito Yokota, Toru Minegishi, Yasuaki Iwata & Koji Kondo – “Captain Toad Goes Forth, Super Bell Hill & Shifty Boo Mansion” – November 22, 2013 – Nintendo – WiiU

Trel’s Let’s Play Corner: Earthbound

This is a series I did out of order from what I originally had planned. I was almost entirely blind for this series, and it only proved to highlight why I don’t like doing blind runs for my main channel.

All in all, I think it went well.

Strap in, folks. This one’s pretty long.