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Treachery in Beatdown City is a cool game imagined by Shawn Alexander Allen — aka Nuchallenger — that lovingly pays homage to all the beat'emups you played in the 8- and 16-bit eras of gaming. It combines fighting games with roleplaying aspects in a really interesting way, but even before I knew about that I wanted to be on his project because of how passionate he is about the game. I did my best to provide music that echoes the feelings of the games we tribute.
Into anime? Similar to my pop mix albums, here's a great collection of 20(!) tracks from anime openings and credit sequences on the Famicom/NES, featuring a bunch of different expansion chips. Inverse Phase
Film and Game composer Howard Drossin did the soundtrack to the new Splatterhouse redux, and there's three albums, which includes a separate (free!) album release of remixes, one of which is mine. Inverse Phase
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An absolute banger. It's heavy as sin and yet melodic. Do you love the sound of floppy drives? Yeah, me too. Seeing MBR play CONFIG.SYS to a mental moshpit in Glasgow this year was mind-blowing. molexroots