I know this is old news since the game has been out for over two months now, but I just recently played Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD for the first time, and really liked the tracks for some of the stages. I don’t know why I waited so long to try it, I used to love Super Street Fighter II, I played that game a ton on my SNES. Anyway, I hadn’t heard any details about the soundtrack before, so it was surprising to see that the soundtrack is completely free and was done by the people at OC ReMix.
Did anyone out there play an amazing game called Lost Odyssey? This game is hands down one of the best RPG’s to hit the 360. I know there isn’t that much competition as the 360 doesn’t have tons of RPG’s, but it still has an OK amount. Regardless of what it has, even compared to other systems, Lost Odyssey was a truly great game. The graphics to Lost Odyssey were stunning in my humble opinion. I am a gamer that is really into graphics. I believe that one can make a so so game way better if it has amazing graphics. There is nothing wrong with eye candy. What really made Lost Odyssey so great though was a mix of its music and its story.
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I was trying to figure out where to find some random pet in Castle Crashers the other day and stumbled upon a forum post about the in game music. There were various links to the files so I decided to host them here as well since I really like the music in the game. They’re named based on the game area.
Credit goes to the original artists: DavidOrr, cycerin, Urbanus, Waterflame, ParagonX9, Ian Slider (cornandbeans), and Helix6 (and any one else I missed) at Newgrounds.
Does anyone out there remember a little game called Chrono Trigger? It was released in 1995 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Well you should if you don’t. The game, as many gamers know, is probably one of the greatest RPG’s of all time if not the best of all time (this is open to debate if anyone disagrees). So for this long overdue edition of Radical Gaming Music we here at Awesome Radical Gaming have decided to focus on the music of Chrono Trigger.
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This week I shall Introduce Music from a game that many people have heard of titled: Shadow of the Colossus. The music in this game was truly epic as was the game itself. For those of you who might not know, the game is focused around a boy who enters a forbidden land to resurrect a mysterious girl. He must seek out Colossi on his horse Agro and slay them with his sword or bow. Its a rather simple concept that played out very well. Continue reading Music of the Gaming World That Is So Radical Its Awesome: Shadow of the Colossus
This weeks video game music comes from what I think is an extremely underrated game. Star Fox Adventures for the Nintendo Gamecube. I know a lot of people loved the original Star Fox and all the flying and whatnot, but this action RPG was awesome. IGN gave this game a 9.0, and for good reason. Mainly because it is a radical game. It was probably underrated, in regards to gamers, because nobody cared about the Gamecube, or didn’t want to give it a chance. Continue reading Music of the Gaming World That Is So Radical Its Awesome: Star Fox Adventures
Today we start our gaming music section. Who out there doesn’t love video game music. At this point its ingrained in our memories. Who doesn’t know the Mario music, or the Mortal Kombat theme. Remember when video game music was so repetitive that it would start to give the player a headache? I do. God I hate Video Game Music. SIKE! Continue reading Music of the Gaming World That Is So Radical Its Awesome