If you could pick your favorite non-VGM music artist to make a video game soundtrack, who would you choose? This was just one of the topics of discussion on today’s show, and we got some really interesting answers from the listeners! Also featured: A chat about deck-building games which causes patron Ryan Steel to contribute a hilariously confusing testimonial, and some debate around the definition of the term “backlog” and how it relates to our gaming habits. Add a dash of some great VGM selections as usual, and you’re in for a fun episode!
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1 – “Queen Eydie” from Alwa’s Legacy (Win, Mac, Linux, Switch, PS4, 2020) Composed by Rushjet1
2 – “The Scrybe of the Dead” from Inscryption PC, PS4, XB1, Switch, 2021) Composed by Jonah Senzel
3 – “No Ya Not & No Ya Didn’t” from The Best Music (2010) Composed by George & Jonathan (George Michael Brower & Jonathan Baken)