Retro VGM Revival Hour – Fighting Games

FIGHTERS

If you were an avid arcade player and had access to coins at any time in the early to late 90s, whether it was at your local convenience store, video store or Family Restaurant, chances are you’ll have spent all of your time and quarters (or tokens depending on the place) on a video arcade. More Importantly on a fighting game … hammering buttons, frantically waggling a joystick to execute a devastating final blow to beat your opponent and pumping your parents pocket change into Street Fighter 2 , Killer Instinct or Mortal kombat.
The arcades have all but died out now, but the love for these time consuming franchises has never died, So put away those quarters and enjoy these amazing beats from the greatest console fighting games in this special STAGE of the Retro VGM Revival Hour!

RETRO VGM REVIVAL HOUR:  FIGHTING GAMES

Game – Composer – Title – Year – Company – System

*Killer Instinct – Robin Beanland & Graeme Norgate – “The Instinct(Main Theme)” – August 30, 1995 – RARE/NINTENDO – SNES

*Tatsunoko vs. Capcom – Akihiko Narita & Misao Senbongi – “The Flutter VS The Gesellschaft (Rock Volnutt/Megaman Legends)” – December 11, 2008 – Eighting/CAPCOM – Nintendo Wii

*Super Smash Bros. Brawl – Takahiro Nishi, Shogo Sakai, Masaaki Iwasaki, Yutaka Iraha, Keigo Ozaki & Kentaro Ishizaka – “The Underworld(Kid Icarus theme)” – March 9, 2008 – Game Arts/NINTENDO – Nintendo WII

*Arcana Heart – Motoharu Yoshihira – “Save A Future” – April 11, 2008 – Examu/ATLUS – Playstation 2

*Marvel VS Capcom – Yuko Takehara & Masato Kouda – “Theme of Strider Hiryu” – September 30, 1999 – CAPCOM – Sega Dreamcast

*Darkstalkers 2 (Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge) – Takayuki Iwai, Akari Kaida & Hideki Okugawa – “Lord Raptor Stage” – February 22, 1996 – CAPCOM – Sega Saturn

*King of Fighters 95 – Shinsekai Gakkyoku Zatsugidan – “Club M (Aozora ni Flute)” – March 28, 1996 – SNK – Sega Saturn

*Mortal Kombat 3 – Mark Ganus – “Rooftop” – October 1995 – Sculptured Software/Midway Games – SNES

*Soul Calibur 5 – Andrew Aversa, Hiroki Kikuta, Jesper Kyd, Tomoki Miyoshi, Junichi Nakatsuru, Cris Velasco & Inon Zur – “ Wings of Sorrow (Pyrrha’s Theme)” – January 31, 2012 – Project Soul/Namco Bandai Games – PS3/Xbox 360

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters – Kazuhiko Uehara, Hideto Inoue & Harumi Ueko – “Sewer” – December 3, 1993 – KONAMI – NES

*World Heroes – Hiroaki Shimizu, Hideki Yamamoto, Yuka Kurosawa & N. Taro – “Kaze To Honoo To(Fuuma Theme)” – September 1993 – ADK/Sunsoft – SNES

*Street Fighter 2 – Yoko Shimomura & Isao Abe – “Balrog Stage Theme” – July 15, 1992 – CAPCOM – SNES

*Doomsday Warrior – Junta – “Fatty Bomber (P-Lumb theme)” – March 1993 – Laser Soft/Renovation Products – SNES

*JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle – Chikayo Fukuda “Stone Ocean” – April 29, 2014 – CyberConnect2/Namco Bandai Games – PS3

*Clay Fighter – Mitchell Stein & Brian Luzietti – “Funhouse” – November 1993 – Visual Concepts/Interplay Entertainment – SNES

*Dragon Ball Z: Buyuu Retsuden – Shinji Amagishi – “Battle Theme 4” – April 1994 (japan & Europe Only) – TOSE/BANDAI – Sega Genesis

*Super Street Fighter 2 – Isao Abe & Syun Nishigaki – “ Guile’s Theme – June 25, 1994 – CAPCOM – SNES

*WeaponLord – Brian Schmidt – “Circle of Horns” – 1995 – Visual Concepts/Namco – Sega Genesis

*Skullgirls – Vincent Diamante, Blaine McGurty & Michiru Yamane – “Anti-Skullgirl Lab 8 Stage (Valentine’s Theme) – April 10, 2012 – Reverge Labs/Autumn Games – Playstation Network/Xbox Live

*Guilty Gear XX – Daisuke Ishiwatari & Koichi Seiyama – “Awe Of She (Dizzy’s Theme)” – May 23, 2002 – Arc System Works/Sammy Studios – PS2

*Street Fighter 4 – Exile – “The Next Door (Indestructible)” – February 17, 2009 – CAPCOM – Playstation 3/Xbox 360

 

Retro VGM Revival Hour – CASTLEVANIA

CASTLEVANIAIt’s time to have your whip handy and make sure you stock up on plenty of holy water, because you’re about to face the master of darkness himself, DRACULA!

And what better way to Overcome his incredible armies of the dead than to have these amazing tunes playing through the background, reassuring that his end will soon be near.

Todays STAGE is all about CASTLEVANIA, so make sure you never experience a horrible time to have a curse wherever you go

 

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Track List
Game – Composer – Title – Year – Company

*Castlevania – Kinuyo Yamashita & Satoe Terashima – “Wicked Child (Stages 7-9)” – September 26, 1986 – KONAMI – NES

*Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest – Kenichi Matsubara , Satoe Terashima & Kouji Murata – “Bloody Tears (Street – Day Time)” – August 28, 1987 – KONAMI – NES

*Castlevania: The Adventure – Shigeru Fukutake, Norio Hanzawa & Hidehiro Funauchi -“Battle of the Holy (Stage 1)” – December 15, 1989 – KONAMI – Game Boy

*Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse (Akumajou Densetsu)
– Hidenori Maezawa, Jun Funahashi, Yukie Morimoto &
Yoshinori Sasaki – “Mad Forest (Block 3)” – JP/ December 22, 1989 NA/ September 1, 1990 – KONAMI – NES

*Castlevania II: Belmont’s Revenge – Hidehiro Funauchi – “New Messiah (Crystal Castle)” – August 1991 – KONAMI – Game Boy

*Super Castlevania IV – Masanori Adachi & Taro Kudo – “Block 1-1 (Theme of Simon)” – October 31, 1991 – KONAMI – SNES

*Castlevania: Rondo of Blood – Akira Souji, Keizo Nakamura, Tomoko Sano & Mikio Saito – “Overture (Introduction)” – October 29, 1993 (Japan Only) – KONAMI – PC Engine (The TurboGrafx-16)

*Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Michiru Yamane – “Dracula’s Castle” – March 20, 1997 – KONAMI – PlayStation & Sega Saturn

*Castlevania Legends – Kaoru Okada & Youichi Iwata – “Boss Battle” – March 11, 1998 – KONAMI – Game Boy

*Castlevania: Bloodlines – Michiru Yamane – “Reincarnated Soul, Part 2 (Stage 1)” – March 17, 1994 – KONAMI – Sega Genesis

*Castlevania 64 – Masahiko Kimura, Motoaki Furukawa & Mariko Egawa – “Opposing Bloodlines (Introduction)” – December 31, 1998 – KONAMI – Nintendo 64

*Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness – Masahiko Kimura – “Castle Center” – November 30, 1999 – KONAMI – Nintendo 64

*Castlevania: Circle of the Moon – Sotaro Tojima & Hiroshi Mitsuoka – “Clockwork” – June 11, 2001 – KONAMI – GBA

*Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance – Soshiro Hokkai & Michiru Yamane – “Offense And Defense” – September 16, 2002 – KONAMI – GBA

*Haunted Castle – Kenichi Matsubara- “Don’t Wait Until Night (Heart of Fire)” – February 1988 – Arcade

*Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow – Michiru Yamane, Takashi Yoshida & Soshiro Hokkai – “Epilogue” – May 6, 2003 – KONAMI – GBA

*Castlevania: Lament of Innocence – Michiru Yamane – “Lament of Innocence (leon’s theme)” – October 21, 2003 – KONAMI – PS2

*Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow – Masahiko Kimura & Michiru Yamane – “pitch black intrusion” – September 30, 2005 – KONAMI – Nintendo DS

*Castlevania: Curse of Darkness – Michiru Yamane & Yuka Watanabe – “abandoned castle (the curse of darkness) ” – November 1, 2005 – KONAMI – PS2/XBOX

*Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin – Michiru Yamane & Yuzo Koshiro – “Crucifix Held Close” – December 5, 2006 – KONAMI – Nintendo DS

*Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia – Michiru Yamane & Yasuhiro Ichihashi – “Chapel Hidden in Smoke” – October 21, 2008 – KONAMI – Nintendo DS

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.

Trel’s Let’s Play Corner: Maui Mallard in Cold Shadow

This is a game I had as a kid that I really enjoyed. I only ever had the SNES version, but it was also released on PC, Sega Genesis, and Game Boy.

I feel this is the superior version. I tried playing the others, but found them unenjoyable.

Since this is my first real LP involving my stream, this is where we begin to see my links to social media throughout the videos themselves since I cross-promote myself on the stream.

As mentioned above, I tried played the Genesis (The PC version is identical, except for graphics and sound, which are better) and the Game Boy version. These are unedited from my secondary Trelstreams Youtube channel.

WARNING: I get almost over the top angry at later stages of the Genesis version. You have been warned.