|24th April 2011, 08:55 PM||#21 (permalink)|
Why is it that soundtracks these days don't seem to supercharge me like the old 8-16bit games did?
Here are some from my 4 favorite games ever.
First there was Rocket Knight Adventure
YouTube - Rocket Knight Adventures: Stage 6
YouTube - Rocket Knight Adventures Music - Stage 5-1
YouTube - Rocket Knight Adventures stage 7
And of course Megaman 3
YouTube - Mega Man 3 OST, T10: Top Man Stage (Spinning Greenhouse)
YouTube - Mega Man 3 Complete Works: Dr Wily´s Stages 2
Special props go to Symphony of the night which was the first track i remember listening to that changed when it cycled round the 2nd and third time.
YouTube - Castlevania - The Clock Tower
and last but not least my favorite of all time, which i catch myself humming when bored and always reminds me of epic. Wild Arms 3
YouTube - Wild Arms 3 Crossfire Sequence(Janus Theme)
hope that's not going overboard
Also i'm still not used to posting so when i can figure out how to paste videos directly in here i'll do tht instead... and not as many
|31st May 2011, 09:13 PM||#22 (permalink)|
Dont know about any of you, but back on the old NES before music got to be more then 8-bit, this was in my eyes one of the best soundtracks for a game.
YouTube - ‪Journey to Silius (NES) - Stage 1‬‏
|9th August 2011, 03:20 AM||#23 (permalink)|
‪Delta Theme Remix c64‬‏ - YouTube
‪Martin Galway - Wizball (C64) [Title Music]‬‏ - YouTube
‪Sanxion C64 (Sidstation)‬‏ - YouTube
‪Rob Hubbard - Mega Apocalypse [C64]‬‏ - YouTube
Probably dated a little now but here's some classics from Rob Hubbard, Martin Galway and Matt Grey.
And from more recent times.....
Last edited by Q_14; 9th August 2011 at 05:06 PM.