SCAN TIME: The magazine ad for San Francisco Rush, by Atari Games/Midway.

SCAN TIME: The magazine ad for San Francisco Rush, by Atari Games/Midway.

Psycrow swoops in, from Earthworm Jim 3D by VIS/Interplay.Requested by bringyourlipsintomykisstonight.

Psycrow swoops in, from Earthworm Jim 3D by VIS/Interplay.

Requested by bringyourlipsintomykisstonight.

Drake Lake driftin’ in Wave Race 64, by Nintendo.

Drake Lake driftin’ in Wave Race 64, by Nintendo.

Album Art

underratedgamesoundtrackcorner:

San Francisco Rush 2049 was the last in Midway’s classic arcade RUSH series. And I think has one of the best electronic soundtracks on the N64.

ArtistBarry Leitch
TitleGarage
AlbumSan Francisco Rush 2049
Buttercup, tongue-curling wunderkind, as depicted in Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-traction by VIS Entertainment.

Buttercup, tongue-curling wunderkind, as depicted in Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-traction by VIS Entertainment.

Clione & Beartank from Rakuga Kids, by Konami.

A bit unorthodox, Beartank’s closest comparison would probably be Guilty Gear’s Faust. The kind of character that excels at constantly throwing your opponents off balance, I guess. He’s also quite the combo king.

If Beartank seems familiar but Rakuga Kids doesn’t, you might recognize him from his nifty cameo in Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, or possibly from the underrated Konami Krazy Racers.

The secret mini-golf arena from Mace: The Dark Age, by Atari Games/Midway.

The secret mini-golf arena from Mace: The Dark Age, by Atari Games/Midway.

The South Park intro, as done up in South Park Rally by Tantalus/Acclaim.

The South Park intro, as done up in South Park Rally by Tantalus/Acclaim.

Grace Jones as Mayday in her 64-bit debut, from Goldeneye 007 by Rare.

Grace Jones as Mayday in her 64-bit debut, from Goldeneye 007 by Rare.

Space truckin’ in Cruis’n World, by Eurocom/Midway.

Space truckin’ in Cruis’n World, by Eurocom/Midway.