Now you can be creeped out by Square Enix's Nintendo DS horror title Nanashi no Game, even when you're not playing it. The five-track EP featuring music from the game by artist Louise Noma (Masayoshi Soken), and is now available to sample through the iTunes Store in Japan.
While it should come as no surprise that the sound composer of Bionic Commando Rearmed considers the NES title on which it's based to be among his all-time favorite games, Simon Viklund says his admiration for 8-bit era Capcom music doesn't end there.
The website for Final Fantasy Remix by Ante has been updated with a tracklist and samples from all twelve songs on the album. The EP is available on iTunes for $3.00 and includes Prelude (FF2), Blue Fields (FF8) and Liberi Fatali (FF8).
Hyadain creates game-related remix videos--he is responsible for arrangements of classic themes, writes his own lyrics, and sings in a variety of voices that capture the personalities of timeless videogame characters.
Here it is! Episode 21, studying the 2008 release of Professor Layton and the Curious Village, developed by the folks at Level 5 and scored by Tomohito Nishiura!
To beta test the newly Turbine Download Manager, the developer of The Lord of the Rings Online offers to download the soundtrack of the game for free.
The monthly video game remixing contest, Dwelling of Duels, has ended and results are in for May. It was Gradius Month, and the music is all free to download.
Alex Mauer's "9999" features 42 songs using 9 different game system's soundchips. The list includes: NES, Commodore 64, Gameboy, Atari XL computer, MSX computer, IBM PC/DOS, Commodore Amiga, Game Gear, and Sega Genesis.
Heavy Troopa is Ready to Launch! compilation is a tribute to the game Super Mario RPG Legend of the Seven Stars. This is a three disc album that recreates nearly all the songs from the Nintendo/Squaresoft game and then some.