As many of you may know, Monday (before 1PM Pacific) Is the last chance to add credit to the original Wii Shop. As someone who produces a video game music radio show, I'm attempting to maximize value by picking up games with sound tests (I prefer commercially released soundtracks, but that isn't always viable). Therefore, highest priority goes to games that:
-Do not have a readily available commercial soundtrack for (at least that version of) the game. In other words, games where a soundtrack has either never been released, or the soundtrack is out of print and horribly expensive.
-Have not been re-released on other platforms (or have, but those versions have significant sound issues
-A physical version of the game would be significantly harder/more expensive to come by
I figure this might be a good thing to crowdsource. Here are a few I came up with:
Earthworm Jim (Genesis version-PC version on GOG has CD music)
I've been working on remixing the entire soundtrack of a particular game for a very long time now, and it's finally nearing completion. Each song transitions into the next, and I've got them all mixed into one long audio file in order for them to play that way. However, now I'm having a bit of trouble cutting them up perfectly so that the songs can be separated and still segue 100% smoothly into one another. Does anybody know if there's a program or something that I could use to easily cut the tracks up, or do I just have to bring them into an audio software and define the start/end points as painstakingly carefully as possible so that it lines up?
Yeah, I had a ninja gaiden avatar for a long time. also i used to type completely in lower case letters for years.
I also had a red, green, and black masked superhero in my signature picture for a long-ass time, too.