Can chiptune music sound just as great as it did in the 80s and 90s? The answer is a resounding HELL YES. From indie games, to big budget titles, composers would often take what would appear to be the simplest approach to music, and making it sound as complex as orchestrated or synthesized music of today. One note: In the episode, I mistakenly call "The Alchemists Haven" as "The Alchemists Heaven." I didn't catch this error until I uploaded the episode. Sorry for the confusion! Direct Download Link Subscribe to the M Disk Playlist via RSS Feed Also available on Stitcher Playlist: 1. Gestation from Cave Story 2. Negaposi Continues from Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 3. Maze of Death from Mega Man 9 4. Vs. Alpha from Mega Man Battle Network 3 5. Grannies World Tour 8-Bit from Rayman Legends 6. Another Winter from Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game 7. The Alchemists Haven from Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows 8. SMB Ghost House from Super Mario Maker 9. The Hospital Warp Zone from Super Meat Boy 10. Haters Gonna Hate from Tiny Barbarian DX 11. Spear of Justice from Undertale 12. Pressure Cooker from VVVVVV Bonus Information: Koji Kondo easter egg in Super Mario Maker Tiny Barbarian DX soundtrack on Soundcloud Hello Planet from sasakure.UK/Hatsune Miku IMPORTANT NOTICE: THIS WILL BE THE LAST PODCAST EPISODE OF THE M DISK PLAYLIST! FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE DIRECTION I AM TAKING M DISK, READ THIS!