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1.5 MB
1 min 51 sec
4.40 / 5.00

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This is song from first level in Castlevania Bloodlines Sega Genesis.
Im not big fan of series, but i like this song lot and started remix it.
Here is my final version of it.




Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Reincarnated Soul.
This is one of (if not my number one) favorite stage 1 themes. I love the regal tone here. Nice job!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very nice remix

You did a good job touching up on the sound of this one, it could be more original but what the hell, it's great. Good job dude.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not too shabby

Though there isn't much of a difference between the opening theme of Castlevania Bloodlines on the Sega Genesis and the other openings on Castlevania games this was a nice remix you made,it was pretty simple with the beats and it had a nice orchestra style to it so overall you did a swell job on it.

thundertimi responds:

Tried to keep it orginal as much as possible.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

oh my god...

I was just running through songs randomally with out looking and I happened to click on this one right after I started playing the game... THAT was great

great job in keeping the beat the same tempo too lol it does help when you have the real thing right on the TV next to the computer

the song is "Dracula's Castle Ruins" and the game is Castlevania Bloodlines OR Castlevania The New Generation depending on if you got a sensored copy or not... (the sencored copys were olny sold in Europe lol)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very well done!

This remix is of the 'Dracula's Castle Ruins' in Romania, if I remember the game well enough. This orchestrated peice fits almost perfectly with the more modern games in comparison. I'm quite suprised that the Portrait of Ruin game did not use a song much in this style, since it did deal with that plot as well.

Very well done, but it sounded like the drums were just a a little weak, would be my only criticism. But that's just my style, I suppose. I highly look forward to anything else you may be doing.

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