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Date
12/04/2012
File Info
Loop
4 MB
1 min 45 sec
Score
4.67 / 5.00

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Rated 4.67 / 5 stars
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1,762 Plays | 142 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Video Game
Tags:
retro
ballad
chip
8bits

Author Comments

Little tune I will work on later. But for now I thought it was nice to have a stripped down, synthetic, 8-bit version of it.

Reviews


RafaBigotesRafaBigotes

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Have some feels :')


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Padman531Padman531

Rated 5 / 5 stars

When I started gaming, I caught the end of the good Final Fantasy games, but I've played some of the older ones too.

This song reminds me of those and all the other great games from around then.
It makes me have all the feels, thanks for making this :')


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TheGonffTheGonff

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Something about this melody sounds very sincere to me. Nostalgic, as said before it has hints of early Final Fantasy and feels very heart felt. Very good job.


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coststeam02coststeam02

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was awesome.... can I use it in a flash i'm working on?


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i-miss-you responds:

Thank you. And sure, feel free to :)


jaysummers759885jaysummers759885

Rated 4 / 5 stars

It reminds of me of the earlier days when Final Fantasy, and Dragon Warrior were part of the game industry. It was back when theme, story and depth were involved. Now a days it just about creating demand, and destroying the whole premise by creating the need for impulse by the consumer. They want to fill their pockets, how disdainful. Their whole policy is about shoving your face in graphics and forgetting about the whole purpose of making a game; a story.

Essentially what I am saying is that, no matter what they do to destroy things so sacred to me as this, that music will always have an impact, and can not be exploited, as long as there are those that will freely express it without regards to the reward they might find monetarily, but more in a spiritual sense, in remembering such things as a boon of their childhood. Those that are younger will never understand, but perhaps you do. Perhaps.

I only wish that somehow, somewhere, that someone will have the decency to create a video game that might be worthy of such music sir.

~J


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i-miss-you responds:

Sadly, it's what happen to any "art" medium becoming an industry. Hopefully there is and will be a little place for independent games. It's hard because the budgets in games now are even bigger than those in cinema or music.
I totally understand and feel the same. I grew up playing those games, they took a big place in my childhood, and I often miss those times.
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