Nerdist was started by Chris Hardwick and has grown to be a many headed beast.

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The Legacy Music Hour: Free Play 10.2

Brent and Rob present great 8-bit and 16-bit era music without any topic restrictions.  They also talk about their fun-filled trip to Seattle and what Brent legitimately accomplished there.

Game – Composer – Song – Company – Console – Year (North American release unless otherwise indicated)

Wedding Peach – Masafumi Ogata, Noriko Yamamoto – This Stinks… – Shimada Kikaku/KSS – Super Famicom – 1995

Super Spike V’Ball – Kazunaka Yamane – Hawaii – Technos – NES – 1990

Wrestle War – Anupon – BGM 3 – Sega – Mega Drive – 1991

Run Saber – Hikoshi Hashimoto – Gray Factory – Horisoft/Atlus – SNES – 1993

Uchuu Senkan Gomora – Yoshio Nagashima, Masato Takahashi (arr.) – Maze (Stages 3 & 7) – UPL/Aisystem Tokyo – Mega Drive – 1991

Kirby’s Dream Land 3 – Jun Ishikawa – Ripple Field 3 – HAL Laboratory – SNES – 1997

Surging Aura – Kamo – Boss Battle (Liufied) – Japan Media Programming – Mega Drive – 1995

Cosmic Wars – Hidenori Maezawa, Harumi Ueko – Opponent Turn – Konami – Famicom – 1989

Beyond Oasis – Yuzo Koshiro – Holiness – Ancient – Genesis – 1994

Kirby’s Dream Land 2 – Hirokazu Ando, Tadashi Ikegami – Coo the Owl – HAL Laboratory – Game Boy – 1995

Rent A Hero – Hiroshi Kawaguchi – Everyone, Thank You! – Sega – Mega Drive – 1991

Landstalker – Motoaki Takenouchi – Mysterious Island – Climax Entertainment – Genesis – 1992

Heavy Barrel – Azusa Hara, Hiroaki Yoshida – Final Stage – Data East – NES – 1990

Air Buster – Tatsuya Watanabe – Death Circus (Round 6) – Kaneko – Genesis – 1991

Bananan Ouji no Daibouken – Nobuyuki Shioda – Credits – KID/Takara – Famicom – 1991