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The Legacy Music Hour Episode #111: Bandai

Bandai is the topic of Episode 111.  Bandai did not develop video games, they only published games, lots of them developed by TOSE, Human, and Natsume.  Brent and Rob pick tracks from Bandai’s giant catalog of Japan-centric games, covering major franchises like Gundam, Dragon Ball, and more stuff that’s better known in Japan.  Full track listing below.

 

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

Famicom Jump II: Saikyou no Shichinin – Satoshi Kadokura – Sea Of Serenity – Chunsoft/Bandai – Famicom – 1991

From TV animation: Slam Dunk: Yonkyo Taiketsu!! – Shinji Amagishi (Amayang) – Ending – TOSE/Bandai – Super Famicom – 1994

Grander Musashi RV – unknown – gameplay – TOSE/Bandai – Game Boy (Japan) – 1998

Ninja Kid – unknown – Title Screen – TOSE/Bandai – NES – 1986

Ruin Arm – Suita (Switch.E), Studio M2, ST-Type M, Prince E, Chatru – Fin – Plex/Bandai – Super Famicom – 1995

GS Mikami: Joreishi wa Nice Body – Kinuyo Yamashita – Make your Choices – Natsume/Banalex – Super Famicom – 1993

Meiro Daisakusen – unknown – gameplay – Human Entertainment/Bandai – Famicom – 1987

Famicom Jump: Eiyuu Retsuden – Haruki Adachi, Peru – gameplay – TOSE/Bandai – Famicom – 1989

Sailor Moon S: Kondo wa Puzzle de Oshioki yo! – Harumi Fujita – The End – Tom Create/Bandai – Super Famicom – 1994

Legends of the Diamond: The Baseball Championship Game – unknown – Menu – TOSE/Bandai – NES – 1992

SD Sengokuden 3: Chijou Saikyou Hen – Kenichi Kamio – Ending – Bandai – Game Boy (Japan) – 1992

Rokudenashi Blues: Taiketsu! Tokyo Shitennou – M2, Kyomoe – Staff Roll – TOSE/Bandai – Super Famicom – 1994

Dragon Ball Z: Super Butouden 2 – Kenji Yamamoto – Vegeta’s Theme – TOSE/Bandai – Super Famicom – 1993

Magical Taluluto: Magic Adventure – Norihiko Togashi – Let’s Go to Play! – Game Freak/Bandai – Super Famicom – 1992

Famicom Jump: Eiyuu Retsuden – Haruki Adachi, Peru – The beginning of the story – TOSE/Bandai – Famicom – 1989

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