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125

The Legacy Music Hour: Gundam Games

Gundam is a huge toy/anime franchise in Japan about giant battle robots.  And because it’s so big (the franchise), there were tons of Gundam-based video games.  Episode 125 focuses on those games.  The boys pick some fun tracks and talk about C&C Music Factory.  More like B&R Music Factory though, right?  Or maybe B&F Music Factory.  Full track listing below.

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

SD Gundam Gaiden: Knight Gundam Monogatari – Haruki Adachi – Title Screen – TOSE/Bandai/Angel – Famicom – 1991

SD Gundam GX – Tomoyuki Hamada – Battle in the Upper Atmosphere – Bec/Bandai – Super Famicom – 1994

Kidou Senshi Z-Gundam: Away to the NewType – Akihiko Mori – At Peace – Bandai – Super Famicom – 1996

SD Gundam Gaiden 2: Entaku no Kishi – Miyuki Uemura – Dungeon – TOSE/Yutaka – Super Famicom – 1992

Kidou Senshi V-Gundam – Akihito Suita (Switch.E), Mitsuto Suzuki – Space Dust – TOSE/Bandai – Super Famicom – 1994

Super Gachapon World: SD Gundam X – Tomoyuki Hamada – Battle in the Forest – Bec/Yutaka – Super Famicom – 1992

Kidou Senshi Gundam F91: Formula Senki 0122 – Norihiko Togashi – White Base – Nova Games/Bandai – Super Famicom – 1991

SD Gundam Power Formation Puzzle – Katsunari Kitajima, Takane Okubo – Moon – Tom Create/Bandai – Super Famicom – 1996

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

SD Gundam Gaiden: Knight Gundam Monogatari: Ooinaru Isan – Ani – Harp – TOSE/Bandai/Angel – Super Famicom – 1991

SD Gundam G Next – Tsuyoshi Tanaka (?) – Phase Theme 13 – Japan Art Media/Bandai – Super Famicom – 1995

SD Gundam G Next – Tsuyoshi Tanaka (?) – Mobile Suit Battle (Suit) – Japan Art Media/Bandai – Super Famicom – 1995

Kidou Senshi Gundam: Cross Dimension 0079 – Kenichi Kamio – Re-Entry to Earth – Bandai – Super Famicom – 1995

G-Arms: Operation Gundam – Kenichi Kamio – Title Screen – Bandai – Game Boy (Japan) – 1991

SD Sengokuden 2: Tenka Touitsu Hen – Kenichi Kamio – Title Screen – Bandai – Game Boy (Japan) – 1992