Episode 3-2, Part 2: The Drums of War (RPG Battles)

Very Good Music: A VGM Podcast show

Summary: <p>Greetings, Gamers! Here we are at Part II of our RPG Battle Themes episode: The Drums of War! Get ready for even more fighting-taking-turns goodness, and let us know about any of your favorite themes that were left off the list!</p> <p>Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. Links to their content can be found below the playlist on our YouTube video! You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us by e-mail at verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com, on Twitter @Shootkapow, or by leaving us a voice message at anchor.com/vgmvgm. You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you!</p> <p><br></p> <p>Playlist:</p> <p>Battle 2 - Nobuo Uematsu - Final Fantasy IV (SNES, 1991, Square)</p> <p>FIGHT!!: Version 3 - Noriyuki Iwadare - Grandia II (Dreamcast, 2000, Game Arts)</p> <p>Battle! Strong Wild Pokemon - Junichi Masuda - Pokemon Black/White (DS, 2010, Nintendo/The Pokemon Company/Game Freak)</p> <p>The Drums of War: Ikusamanui - Takahiro Yonemura - Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen (Windows/PS2/PSP, 2002, Leaf/Sting) (Utawa reru mono means "what is sung")</p> <p>Isaac's Battle Theme (Remix) - Motoi Sakuraba, arr. Ema 194 Alvarado - Super Smash Flash 2 (PC, 2007, McLeod Gaming)</p> <p>Rise or Fall - Tokuhiko Uwabo - Phantasy Star II (Genesis/Mega Drive, 1989, SEGA)</p> <p>Fatalize - Motoi Sakuraba - Tales of Symphgonia (GameCube/PS2, 2003, Namco)</p> <p>Battle 1 - Masahiro Andoh - Arc the Lad III (PlayStation, 1999, Sony/ARC Entertainment)</p> <p>Boss Battle 2 - Yasunori Mitsuda - Chrono Trigger (SNES, 1995, Square)</p> <p>An Obstacle in Our Path - ACE+ - Xenoblade Chronicles Original/Definitive Edition (Wii/Switch, 2010/2020, Monolith Soft/Nintendo</p> <p>Blooper Reel: Franky – Keiichi Suzuki &amp; Hirokazu Tanaka - Earthbound (SNES, 1994, HAL Laboratory/Ape Inc./Nintendo)</p> <p><br></p> <p>Thanks to Naomi Rubin, Carlos Leon-Roman, and Ben "The Diad" Dishman for our show's artwork, and to Skeletroy for our theme song - including the amazing rendition he did for this two-part special!</p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message