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post #121 of 141
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 Looking forward to this one..made by the same people who made bastion, out for PS4 and PC on May 20th and is priced at $19.99!

Oh, you mean Transistor? I've been following Transistor since its first announcement. And a May 20 release? I'm super pumped for that! I wonder what Darren Korb's gonna do this time around?

post #122 of 141
DAT SONG.
post #123 of 141

have you guys checked out the soundtrack from the original Transformers movie?

 

http://www.amazon.com/Transformers-Original-Soundtrack/dp/B00136LSME/ref=tmm_other_meta_binding_title_0

 

also check out this soundtrack

 

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IG2YDAC/?tag=lastfmmp3-20

post #124 of 141

post #125 of 141

I love that 8 bit / 16 bit sound. After that it lost its charm.

 

Is there a website with 8bit or 16bit NES/Sega sound style versions of all popular songs? I wish there was a program that could covert any song into that format.

post #126 of 141
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I love that 8 bit / 16 bit sound. After that it lost its charm.

 

Is there a website with 8bit or 16bit NES/Sega sound style versions of all popular songs? I wish there was a program that could covert any song into that format.


I'm with you. The old school midi music was the best. I'm not sure there is a website like that, you might want to try torrents. Although there is http://ocremix.org where people remix popular video game music. Some of the mixes are actually not that bad. Another 16bit classic soundtrack (and game) I love:

 

 

:darthsmile: Brings back so many memories.

post #127 of 141

the imaging on that shinobi soundtrack is pretty good

post #128 of 141
One of my favourite capcom songs smily_headphones1.gif
post #129 of 141

Hm, guess noone mentioned Shenmue and Okami yet.

 

Well, this is a bit tuff, since I love the whole Soundtrack. Don't know what song or theme I could present you. :)

 

Also the soundtrack from Alan Wake is awesome. And from Jet Set Radio (Future) / Jet Grind Radio, depending from the location. 

post #130 of 141

Quoting a post from the "What Are You Listening To" thread:

 

 

John Robert Matz, Ryan Ike, and Francisco Cerda -- Gunpoint: The Soundtrack

Price: $5.00 [Bandcamp Link]

 

41 tracks (about half are actually full-length) of futuristic-noir spy music. Includes both regular tracks and Crosslink versions (electronic remixes of the original song). The full soundtrack also includes auditions and tracks never used in the final game. 

post #131 of 141

One of my favorite games on the NES 8-bit was castlevania II.  Check out this remake.

 

Legend of Zelda:

 

Aaannnd

The 8-bit original metal gear

 

Their website:

http://www.shademusicstudios.com/projects.html


Edited by Silverwind - 6/17/14 at 10:00pm
post #132 of 141

Here is another remake of castlevania 2: (among other classics)  I would highly recommend a listen to this.

Castlevania 2:

http://minibosses.bandcamp.com/track/castlevania

 

The rest of the album:
http://minibosses.bandcamp.com/album/brass

 

Track list:
    
1. castlevania 05:27
2. ninja gaiden 04:10
3. double dragon 01:09
4. super mario bros 2 06:15
5. ikari warriors 01:56
6. blaster master / contra 06:46
7. mike tyson's punch out 03:32
8. kid icarus 01:40
9. mega man 2 10:09
10. metroid 06:34

 

They make the best remakes I have ever heard!!  I give them two controllers up!  Do yourself a favor and check out the Contra track.. :eek:  


Edited by Silverwind - 6/17/14 at 10:39pm
post #133 of 141

this one has the sound among the best

 


Edited by boyd seabiscuit - 6/19/14 at 8:50am
post #134 of 141

One that brings a lot of memory's for me is definitely this. From Ragnarok Online, it has very unique music in my opinion.

A lot of the songs were very good at setting the mood in the maps. This one was from the Main city in the game Prontera.

 

 


Edited by Notus - 6/20/14 at 3:18pm
post #135 of 141
Any Final Fantasy Piano Collections or Piano Opera music is superb. Nobuo Uematsu is great at putting out most of his sheet music, along with these albums to his books. Also check out his band, The Black Mages, that do rock/metal covers of all of his FF music!!
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