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March 16, 2019

In this episode of Tubby Talk, Terry, Steve, and Chris take a deep dive into their favorite gaming music and the real-world bands it came to inspire. There's a little bit of group therapy during a discussion on emotional end credit themes, followed by an exploration of the chiptune and video game cover scene. The episode is capped off with a little game of "guess that tune I'm humming poorly".

Bands discussed include: Tanguy Ukulele Orchestra, Smooth McGroove, The Megas, The Minibosses, Arm Cannon, Mega Ran, XOC, and Kirby's Dream Band.

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Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom

Capcom's 1994 title Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom is a side scrolling beat 'em up. Unlike many genre contemporaries, Tower of Doom introduces role playing elements like branching story pathways, item inventory, and character leveling. The combat itself is also quite deep, with available techniques that include blocking, crouching, and evading.