This second episode of the Video Wizards Podcast is huge! We’re traveling back to March 1991 and look at how Street Fighter II: The World Warrior changed the (arcade) gaming landscape… and we get to reminisce about colourful cartoony games like The Simpsons, Caveman Ninja and Bells & Whistles a.k.a. Detana!! TwinBee.
We also marvel at Jeff Speakman’s Kenpo skills and his laissez-faire approach to deadly combat, avoid the Ninja Turtles populated dance floor at a Vanilla Ice show and brace ourselves for the Grunge quake. And will Michiel break his impressive streak of giving the exact wrong answer during any given 50/50 toss up quiz situation?
Show theme tune: NEON CITY, composed by Ser Flash for Mudprints Music and licensed exclusively to The Video Wizards Podcast, ©2019 Ser Flash, all rights reserved.
Other music used in this episode:
- TV Theme Style (The Winner) – by Colin Thomson, 2018
- Title – by Yoko Shimomura for Street Fighter II: The World Warrior, 1991
- Player Select – by Yoko Shimomura for Street Fighter II: The World Warrior, 1991
- Brazil (Blanka’s Theme) – by Yoko Shimomura for Street Fighter II: The World Warrior, 1991
- Downtown Springfield (Stage 1) – by Norio Hanzawa for The Simpsons, 1991
- BGM 2 – by Hiroaki Yoshida, Seiichi Hamada, Takafumi Miura & Yusuke Takahama for Caveman Ninja, 1991
- Prayer of Madness (Theme of Woo) – by Toshikazu Tanaka, Kazuhiro Nishida & Ten6 Jaguars for King of the Monsters, 1991
- Gift of the Wind – by Hidenori Maezawa, Michiru Yamane & Masae Nakashima for Detana!! TwinBee, 1991
- Match 2 (Southside Jim) – by John Paul for Pit-Fighter, 1991
- Paean of Body – by Hiroaki Yoshida & Akira Takemoto for Mutant Fighter, 1991
- Sea of Sorrow – by Alice in Chains, 1991
- Losing my Religion – by R.E.M., 1991
- Re-Educating Rita – by Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine, 1991
- A Rollerskating Jam Named Saturdays – by De La Soul, 1991
- The One and Only – by Chesney Hawkes, 1991
- I Wanna Sex You Up – by Color Me Badd, 1991
- Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) – by C+C Music Factory, 1991
- Falling (Instrumental) – by Angelo Badalamenti, 1990
- Night Life in Twin Peaks – by Angelo Badalamenti, 1990
- Theme of Fort Boyard – by Paul Koulak, 1990
And finally: our special thanks to Andy Hofle.