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Date
07/14/2008
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Song
3.1 MB
2 min 41 sec
Score
4.40 / 5.00

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An epic piece written to depict an apocalyptic theme, the complete annihilation of a world.

Reviews


dumbass-larrydumbass-larry

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome!

This makes the top ten list of songs I've heard, but how is it a video game song? You really captured the theme you were aiming for. All in all, 5/5.


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Hades responds:

It's a video game song because it started out as something inspired by Nobuo Uematsu's battle themes, but then turned into something more. I'm glad you liked it so much, thanks for reviewing!


compaq345682compaq345682

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Castle Crashers 2 Anyone?

First let me tell you how great of a piece this is, secondly should you ever get around to it you should contact the makers of Castle Crashers, and if they ever decide on a sequel give this to them as a suggestion. Good job again and keep it up.


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Hades responds:

Wow, thanks a lot for the compliment! It really means a lot that someone believes this song to be good enough for projects such as Castle Crashers.


LamentianLamentian

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well Done M'Boy~

You've more than definitely captured the apocalyptic theme, like the world's about to collapse in a flaming rage or something incredibly destructive.

Bravo!


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Hades responds:

Well, thanks for the compliment. It's good to hear that this really gives out the impression I was aiming for.


TheCommander315TheCommander315

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

EEEEEEEEPIC!

Dude, the sound quality of this totally beats my song "Dragon Commander v0.5". Mainly 'cuz you're using FL whereas I've got Cakewalk Music Creator 3...but I digress.

The concept is awesome, and it's fast enough (looks like Allegro to me) to bring some excitement. Well done, dude.

TC315
(Being the advertisement guru that I am: review my stuff!)


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Hades responds:

Thanks, I really tried my best on this one, I'm glad you liked it. And I'll make sure to check out your stuff in a few days, when I get home from my vacation!


ParadoxParadox

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cool.

This would be brilliant as a last boss-type song in a Final Fantasy style RPG. Hell, it beats a lot of Uematsu's or Mitsuda's music anyway, and an achievement like that requires a lot of skill.

Great song. I'd be tempted to use this in a Flash movie sometime.

Good stuff.


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Hades responds:

Funny you mentioned it, when I wrote the beginning, I was actually going for a boss battle theme (partially inspired by 'The Birth of God' from FF VII), but it grew to be a lot more than that. I'm a fan of both Uematsu's and Mitsuda's work, so your comment really means a lot. And if you ever feel like using this in a flash, go right ahead! It's always good to see my work is appreciated. Thanks a lot for reviewing!