MORE MOTHERFUCKIN NES GAMES THAT YOU NEED TO PLAY – GaM WEAK POINTS EP #4

today February 4, 2017 | folder episodes

We started with 29 (sic) underrated games, and now we’ve landed at “motherfuckin” as a modifier. It could be worse. So now let’s take a trip with Tony as he lays out a few motherfuckin NES games that might be worth your time. HELL YEAH!

 

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MUSIC CREDITS:

 

INTRO MUSIC: “Fillmore (8-Bit Remix)” – youtu.be/BE4BTKSDecI (Original score “Fillmore” composed by Yuzo Koshiro) – Actraiser [SNES/SFC]
2ND SONG: “Boss Battle” – ADVENTURE ISLAND 3 – COMPOSED BY: Hirohiku Takayama – youtu.be/V5Tj3Et1hNE
3RD SONG: “Ending” – ARKANOID – COMPOSED BY: Hisayoshi Yogura – youtu.be/eTbRLbVlD5I
4TH SONG: “Stages 1 & 5: Gotham City / Cathedral” – BATMAN – COMPOSED BY: Naoki Kodaka – youtu.be/bTHHh9EB53A
5TH SONG: “Title Screen” – CASTLE OF DRAGON – COMPOSED BY: Shotaro Sazaki – youtu.be/x3EmCSH8s-E
6TH SONG: “Areas 1 & 2” – CODE NAME: VIPER – COMPOSED BY: Yoko Shimomura – youtu.be/IJNoKvHRlmk
7TH SONG: “Stage Theme 1” – GAUNTLET – COMPOSED BY: Hal Cannon – youtu.be/BX2qIhWyvHM
8TH SONG: “Boss Theme 1” – G.I. JOE – COMPOSED BY: Nobuyuki Shiyoda – youtu.be/7exw-jkeNqE
9TH SONG: “Beginning of History” – GRADIUS – COMPOSED BY: Miki Higashino – youtu.be/k73deRpHYpc
10TH SONG: “Giganticus Breathalizer” – KLAX – COMPOSED BY: David O’Riva – youtu.be/hfUSmUltJSM
11TH SONG: “Level 8” – PRINCESS TOMATO IN THE SALAD KINGDOM – youtu.be/IH1hMsqX_GA
12TH SONG: “Round Theme 3” – MIGHTY BOMB JACK – COMPOSED BY: Tsukasa Masuko – youtu.be/0jiYdWQpwBE
13TH SONG: “Title Screen” – QIX – COMPOSED BY: Peter Gosztola – youtu.be/_8Kk8E4ADm4
14TH SONG: “Level 1” – SNAKE RATTLE AND ROLL – COMPOSED BY: David Wise – youtu.be/9qI7GZcbC6Q
OUTRO MUSIC: Written and used with permission by Mark Peterson

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