Episode 31: Light Sci-Fi with Emily

The light side of sci-fi is the name of the game this time around, as Emily shares some incredible music from her favorite titles.

Just like there are two sides to every coin, there are two distinct flavors of sci-fi video games. On episode 6 of The VGMbassy, Emily joined Ed as he shared music from some of his favorite music from dark sci-fi games. Now it’s Emily’s turn! The light side of sci-fi is the name of the game this time around, as Emily shares some incredible music from her favorite titles. There’s a lot of talk about just what exactly defines the “light” and “dark” sides of this genre. Do you agree? What are some examples of light sci-fi that you enjoy? Let us know in the comments! In the meantime, strap yourself into your shiny beveled spaceship for an adventure through space and time!

Check out Emily’s Podcast, Sound Test Roulette, at http://www.soundtestroulette.com/
You can also find her streaming on Twitch at http://twitch.tv/keyglyph

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The Tracklist:

1 – “Uncharted Worlds” from Mass Effect (XBox 360, PC, PS3, 2007) Composed by Jack Wall, Sam Hulick, Richard Jacques, and David Kates

2 – “Red Zone” from Star Cruiser (Sharp X1, 1988) Composed by Toshiya Yamanaka and Osamu Nagano

3 – “Ancient Ruin” from Star Ocean (SNES, 1996) Composed by Motoi Sakuraba

4 – “Science Center (aka Organic Walls)” from Journeyman Project Turbo! PC, Mac, 1994) Composed by Geno Andrews

5 – “Bumper Car Race” from Cosmic Spacehead (AKA Linus Spacehead’s Cosmic Crusade) (Amiga, 1993) Composed by Matthew Simmonds and Ashley Hogg

6 – Squad Loadout” from XCOM 2 (Linux, Macintosh, PS4, Windows, XBox One, 2016), Composed by Tim Wynn

7 – “Base Attack” from Destination Earthstar (NES, 1990) Composed by Mark Van Hecke

8 – “Chapter 5” from Emit Vol. 1 – Toki no Maigo (Saturn, 1995) Composed by Tetsuya Komuro and Yoshiyuki Ito

9 – “Last Stand” from FTL: Faster Than Light (Browser, iPad, Linux, Mac, PC, 2012) Composed by Ben Prunty

10 – “Supermoon” from No Man’s Sky (PS4, PC, XB1, 2016) Composed by 65daysofstatic (Paul Wolinski, Joe Shrewsbury, Rob Jones and Simon Wright)

11 – “New Romulus” from Star Trek Online: Legacy of Romulus (Mac, PC, PS4, XB1, 2010) Composed by Kevin Manthei

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