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Negative World Euphonic 005 - 8-bit and 16-bit Licensed Games
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January 01, 2014, 00:30:52

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And on the last day of 2013 the world was given not one... but two podcasts from the Negative World crew.

Joe and Stephen dive into the world of Licensed Gaming in this episode of Negative World Euphonic. The first set is music coming from the early days of gaming, the NES and Gameboy era. The second set come from the evolution into the SNES that came later.

What do you think of the songs picked for this episode? Let us know!

You can comment on the music, the show, etc. on Negative World, Facebook or, Twitter.

Enjoy the show!

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Posted: 01/01/14, 00:30:52    
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Zero said:

Darkwing Duck is an awesome show ...

Understatement of the year! And it's only January! ... in other words, yes, I agree it was an amazing show. I remember being in 5th grade and drawing little Darkwing Duck comics for myself. I guess today they would have been called "fanfics." Although, no one made out with anyone .... that's a requirement for fanfics, right? =P


Your feedback is appreciated and acknowledged. It's just what happens we you have two ramble-prone hosts and no one to keep us in check. We'll try to be more aware of it in the future!


HELLA bonkers, dawg. To the max.


Shout-outs where shout-outs are due, brotha! =)

Posted by 
 on: 01/08/14, 04:18:09
Tim Follin is AWESOME. Look for the Ecco game on Dreamcast. Incredible soundtrack. I think he also did the soundtrack for a Pictionary game on NES which is also quite good. I believe he's also done a remix or two for OC Remix and is semi active with the community. I could be wrong there.

Edit: Ecco: Defender of the Future was it! Great soundtrack!

Posted by 
 on: 01/09/14, 07:57:54  - Edited by 
 on: 01/14/14, 21:56:55
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