Episode 30: The Diad Challenge 2

Ben and Ed had so much fun researching and presenting game-related topics back on episode 7, that they’ve returned with a new collection of game music to challenge each other with

The Diad Challenge is back by popular demand! Ben and Ed had so much fun researching and presenting game-related topics back on episode 7, that they’ve returned with a new collection of game music to challenge each other with! On this episode, you’ll learn all about stars (with special guest Logan,) history’s most interesting court jester, Norse mythology, and a bunch more wacky and interesting topics. As always, there will be incredible music to share and discuss too. Do you accept the Diad Challenge? Hop on board and enjoy!

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The Tracklist:

1 – “Passing Horizons” from Star Versus (NES, 2015) Composed by Knife City (Luke Silas)

2 – “Level 4” from Sengoku Cannon – Sengoku Ace Episode 3 (PSP, 2005) Composed by CUBE CORPORATION (Yoshiaki Kubotera, Junzo Yagami, Yoshifumi Iwata, and Zenya Kuzuoka)

3 – “Clay” from Butasan Quest (X68000, 1994) Composed by Karu-chan

4 – “Blackguard Keep” from Brawlhalla (PS4, Switch, Xbox One, Windows, Mac, 2015) Composed by Chris Rickwood

5 – “Sunset Heights (Stage 6)” from Spark the Electric Jester (PC, 2017) Composed by Funk Fiction (Pejman Roozbeh)

6 – “Hidden Level” from Salary Man Escape (PS4, PC, 2018) by an Unknown Artist

7 – “Sunset Seaside” from Kick Off (Arcade, 1988) Composed by Tsukasa Tawada

8 – “Japanese Marketplace” from Gekisha Boy 2 – Tokudane Daikoku Nippon (PS2, 2001) Composed by Takane Ookubo

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