Episode 7 – Shadowrun Slammers

Whilst the Shadowrun video games of the nineties might be considered fairly obscure – they didn’t exactly fly off the shelves at the time – they possess some very special charms, their soundtracks being among them. In this episode, I cover the music from the Shadowrun franchise’s games for the SNES, Mega Drive, and Mega CD.

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Whilst the Shadowrun video games of the nineties might be considered fairly obscure – they didn’t exactly fly off the shelves at the time – they possess some very special charms, their soundtracks being among them. In this episode, I cover the music from the Shadowrun franchise’s games for the SNES, Mega Drive, and Mega CD.

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Shadowrun (1993, SNES,) ‘Seattle 2050’ composed by Marshall Parker

Shadowrun (1993, SNES,) ‘Morgue’ composed by Marshall Parker

Shadowrun (1993, SNES,) ‘Seems Familiar…’ composed by Marshall Parker

Shadowrun (1993, SNES,) ‘Ghouls’ composed by Marshall Parker

Shadowrun (1993, SNES,) ‘Uptown’ composed by Marshall Parker

Shadowrun (1994, Sega Mega Drive) ‘Title Screen’ composed by Sam Powell

Shadowrun (1994, Sega Mega Drive) ‘Downtown Seattle’ composed by Sam Powell

Shadowrun (1994, Sega Mega Drive) ‘Bar 2’ composed by Sam Powell

Shadowrun (1994, Sega Mega Drive) ‘Bar 4’ composed by Sam Powell

Shadowrun (1996, Sega Mega CD) ‘Silver Moon’ composed by Tomonori Minami, Akiyoshi Nagao, and Tsuyoshi Matsushima

Shadowrun (1996, Sega Mega CD) ‘Tokyo Streets’ composed by Tomonori Minami, Akiyoshi Nagao, and Tsuyoshi Matsushima

Shadowrun (1996, Sega Mega CD) ‘Triple Z Store’ composed by Tomonori Minami, Akiyoshi Nagao, and Tsuyoshi Matsushima

Shadowrun (1996, Sega Mega CD) ‘On Fall Club’ composed by Tomonori Minami, Akiyoshi Nagao, and Tsuyoshi Matsushima

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Author: foreversoundversion

forever sound version is a video game music podcast that explores vgm classics - as well as some hidden gems - from systems such as the mega drive / genesis, snes, c64, amiga, game boy, and ps1.

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