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  1. I freaking love this remix! Final Fantasy X-2 holds a special place in my heart so any remix of the underappreciated gem of a soundtrack is very appreciated by me. I just love how it gives a upbeat spin to a melancholy song. Simply amazing work.
  2. The music of the WarioWare series is amazing and severely underrepresented remixing-wise. So far the only remixes I found are the ones from the Harmony of Heroes album (I think it's only 2) and that's it. Anything created or pointed to on the interwebs is greatly appreciated.
  3. The original thought I had was a song that created tension but I'm really digging this song. :3 For some odd reason, I'm picturing Skull Man (while wearing a hoodie) in a Rocky training montage, jogging up a long set of stairs and punching a bag wearing boxing gloves. Why does a robot need to exercise is any ones guess. Now I'm picturing Dr. Cossack showing up at the end of said montage to say, "What are you doing? You're a robot, you don't need to exercise." Sorry my mind wanders sometimes...
  4. After listening to the album on repeat for a couple of hours at work, I'm really loving this album. As I'm listening to it, I'm imagining what a Metroid movie would look like and trying to picture what track would fit what scene. This doesn't happen all that often. For some odd reason, I'm quite fond of the Inferno track as it has a Lord of the Rings-esque vibe to it. Awesome album Sam! :3
  5. This idea for a song popped in my head after listening to the Kill La Kill soundtrack. A cinematic/orchestral take on Skull Man's Theme. The song of itself creates tension and/or imagery of a dynamic fight scene when you hear it. (Drums add to the tension.) The track's name would be called Harmony of War. Since I'm no musician in the slightest, I just felt like at least expressing this idea to whoever reads this thread. Anyone is welcome to take the idea. So, any thoughts on the idea? I just secretly want more Mega Man 4 remixes as it was my first Mega Man game and love the soundtrack a lot.
  6. Anyone watching Akame ga Kill!? I definitely recommend it for the action. The main story could put some as it is serious and goofy. (Your standard flair of anime tropes are here in this fantasy world.) By the way, it can be quite bloody and dark at times so you have been forewarned.
  7. Really love the chill feeling of this remix. This would be perfect to relax to after a long hard days work along with a nice cool refreshment. Here's to another 3000, Almighty Pretzel! *raises mug*
  8. Downloaded it this past weekend and finally gone through the entire album. Have to say, this is another amazing album you (and a couple others) put together! I'm having a difficult time trying to pick favorites as everyone who contributed brought in their A game. Your ability to manage a large group of people to produce such a large album is incredible. Whatever "Harmony of" you have in mind for future albums I will look forward to it.
  9. Slightly interesting news. I wonder if they are planning on releasing all of the main numbered Final Fantasy games on steam... It also makes me wonder if the modding community will actually spend some time adding content (or anything for that matter) regarding these games. I know there are tons of mods for FF7 but it would be hard pressed to imagine anything coming out of it. (Perhaps a mod where the character models have blocky hands looking like FF7 characters in the over world screen. I think the novelty of that would wear off rather quickly.) Seems like a bit of a reasonable price but I would only warrant a purchase based on what the modding community does with the game. I don't see too many people actually buying the game on PC based on the response of the games. I do know that when XIII-2 and Lightning Returns releases, many costume designs people will make will end up hitting the internet so there is that to look forward to seeing.
  10. I feel strangely compelled to back that project. Also, pretty funny trailer for the game.
  11. I think Nintendo is saving him as a secret character. (He was a hidden character in Melee.) From the last game, they didn't reveal information about them until the game was released. With mega evolutions of Mewtwo, I doubt they wouldn't include him in the game.
  12. Loving this game. The game-play combines the best aspects of Mega Man, Castlevania (the first one) and Ducktales. My only complaint so far is that some of the relics aren't really combat friendly and seem to only rely on gimmick areas. That's only really a minor compliant as I find some to be really effective on some bosses. (The Tinker Knight can be OHKO'd with the cog wheel.) Everything is well polished and the soundtrack is amaze-balls. Having a difficult time choosing The Lost City (Mole Knight Stage) or The Explodatorium (Plague Knight Stage) as my personal favorite track. Also like that each boss has their own battle theme that incorporates the stage theme into it. If you haven't already, the rearrange album is also stellar. No Sense Running is by far my favorite track on that album. So glad I backed this game. Right now I somehow just beaten the 8 bosses on New Game+. Well there goes my good luck for the day... Don't think I'll bother with getting the rest of the achievements in this game. I'm sure you could probably "cheat" to get the Impossible feat by simply exiting the game and restarting the game if you did die. Is there anyone here planning on making a remix from this game? Just curious...
  13. Really loving the album Amphibious! I like that you had each track feel totally different when it transitions to the next song to keep it from being too monotonous. Loving the upbeat, head-bobbing tracks, the laid-back soothing tracks, and the groovy tracks. Awesome job!
  14. Dark Cloud 2. Got to the end, couldn't beat the last boss and gave up on the game altogether. For nearly 20 years I didn't beat Final Fantasy IV. My first playthrough on the SNES was interrupted by my brother giving back the game to person he borrowed it from. When I played it again for Playstation, I got to the moon and the save file ended up becoming corrupted. Bought the DS one and just plain lost interest in playing half-way into the game. Finally, beaten it last year to completion. Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. After beating the sky dungeon (and looking at that ugly bird like creatures for way too long) I got depressed (the dungeon theme didn't help) and I didn't bother with the rest of the game. I should really get on to beating this game.
  15. I had this remix on repeat at work last night. Have to say when the song "drops", it gave me chills. The good kind. Really loving the intensity of this piece as it flows with a great tri-force. It, without a doubt, feels like a movie trailer quality track. If there is ever going to be a Legend of Zelda movie (I'm sure someone will screw that up.) this would fit it perfectly. It can even fit for an action scene. Amazing. Simply amazing. I'm going to go listen to this on repeat some more.
  16. There is also a remake on the DS. The major difference is that the "main" character is Yoshi and you can also play as Luigi and Wario. Why Wario is there? *shrugs* Also 30 more stars to collect. Woohoo. Either are great games and in my opinion, the best music the Mario series has offered.
  17. Listened to this album while I was working and have to say this album is really great! The one two punch of Somebody Set Us Up The Bob-omb and Through the Flames was the highlight of the album. Despite me picking favorites, I still really enjoyed this whole album. My only gripe is that I don't have any gripes. Have to say the album's cover art is well designed. Definitely suites the game very well! Wait, was this really OCR's first album featuring the iconic plumber? Why does that feel odd?
  18. I've listened to the track multiple times now. Have to say, I really love the atmosphere you have going on. It feels like it could possibly be the title theme for grand epic Mario game having a Legend of Zelda vibe. It's grand and majestic. It also feels like you just entered a regal kingdom that holds kingly parties. Love this track.
  19. After Hour Martini is a favorite track from you so this interpretation is a welcome surprise. I really liked the "break down" section to the end of the track. The dubstep works really well. It stills has the same feel of the original remix but still does some really great things with it. Now I have to go bob my head back and forth some more. Awesome remix!
  20. Now that I think about it, the camera did move to a spot that made it difficult to land on platforms. Not to mention lag occurring at the wrong time. I'll definitely play this game again when I have the chance.
  21. I briefly played Wildstar during the beta week. Found it to be quite interesting as I played it. I definitely found the gameplay very similar to WoW but still did a few of their own things. For instance, while doing some quests, you see an additional challenge pop up that makes the quest completing somewhat less mundane. At times it is annoying but more importantly gives some variety to the "kill this many" quests. The best part I've found of this game is the art style. The environments and character models are really impressive to look at. If I decide to actually purchase this game, it would be just to further explore the worlds they built up. I really wish they release an Art of Wildstar book. One thing I didn't like, the platforming is really annoying. My character as also an explorer class and the quests associated to that was frustrating to get to the area required to complete them. Perhaps jumping around isn't my forte.
  22. This compo idea intrigues me. The countless possibilities of match-ups has me curious on who is going to pick which character theme. May I offer a suggestion FenixDown regarding sign-ups? You should have people choose 3 hero themes and 3 villain themes along with a bracket preference. That way if you get 32 submissions of people picking hero themes, you can have an easier time delegating between which side of the bracket people want to be on. Just a thought that could make things a little easier for you when form the brackets.
  23. As of late (about a month or 2) I was heavily playing FFXIII and FFXIII-2. After uploading the game's soundtrack via my limited edition of FFXIII-2, I have come to love this game's album. Seriously, both games have great soundtracks, especially FFXIII-2's. Don't believe me? - (Lucahjin, is that you at the beginning?) - (has a bit of FFXIII thrown in.)My personal favorite tracks: &in my opinion the best FF character theme - (It's also good for weddings. Yes, I am secure in my masculinity.) I've browsed youtube but haven't heard anything that grabbed me yet. The only remixes I have is the one posted to OCR, the one source picked for PRC, the one's made in the FFCC, and the one FFXIII track from Knight of the Round's album Gaia's Bane. So um,,,remix maybe? Or perhaps just point me in the general direction that I probably haven't looked yet. I'm fine with that too.
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