Warp Zone Podcast: December 1992
Happy Holidays! 1992 has come to a close and with it we witnessed the promise of CD technology that will propel the video game industry to new heights. Unfortunately it’s also the beginning of the end for Sega hardware, but luckily there’s plenty of amazing games to play on the Genesis as well as the NES and SNES (and even the Turbo)!
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WELCOME TO WARP ZONE!
0:00 – Introduction Music
0:40 – Press Start
1:37 – The Jetson’s Cogswell’s Caper (NES)
3:59 – Mega Man 5 (NES)
9:47 – R.C. Pro-Am 2 (NES)
14:12 – The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse (SNES)
18:01 – Ariel: The Little Mermaid (Genesis)
22:49 – Batman Returns (Genesis)
26:54 – Ecco The Dolphin (Genesis)
31:59 – Road Rash 2 (Genesis)
35:07 – Streets of Rage 2 (Genesis)
43:06 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist (Genesis)
46:05 – World of Illusion Starring Micky Mouse & Donald Duck (Genesis)
49:31 – Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes (TurboDuo)
53:29 – Somer Assault (TurboDuo)
55:37 – Time Cruise (TurboDuo)
57:38 – Mega Man 3 (Game Boy)
1:03:33 – Treetop (Stage 1) by Capcom – The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse OST
PLAYING WITH POWER
1:04:57 – Nintendo Power | December 1992
1:16:32 – EGM | December 1992
1:58:47- GamePro | December 1992
2:10:43 – In The Bar by Yuzo Koshiro & Sega – Streets of Rage 2 OST
THE ENERGY TANK
2:11:28 – Holiday 1992 Christmas Catalogs & Memories
2:26:16 – Thanks for Listening!
2:26:30 – Town by Falcom & Hudson – Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes OST
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Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He’s currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.