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Invitation Of An 8-bit Moon - Castlevania Remix

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An 8-bit remix of 'Invitation Of A Crazed Moon' from "Castlevania: Portrait Of Ruin" on Nintendo DS. This is the theme that plays in the Entrance area of the main castle, and is also available as a downloadable bonus track on Castlevania HD. I'm into the Castlevania series lately, after getting 2/3 DS titles. I decided now would be a good time to contribute something to show my appreciation as a fan of the series



Great. I love 8-bit songs!

Hey, I'm back! This song is really full of a sense of curiosity and discovery, excitement and mystery. Anyone can cobble together 8-bit instruments into a song, but the style you put it in really sounded like it could be on the NES. I love it. The bass and drums could have been more dynamic, but otherwise, I think you did alright there. :P

BallinFatty responds:

thanks. i got kinda lazy with the drums. i dont have actual VST's, so the drums are actually other wasp instruments with one of the presets turned all the way up. (except for the bass, thats one requires one knob turned off) it takes a while to configure it all, so naturally, it takes forever.

anyways, i'm glad you enjoyed it. thanks again for the review, 9, and your time in listening

Love it

awesome track! Love the bit style!

BallinFatty responds:

hey, its you!!! wow i havent heard a review from you in a while. you need to put some songs up. i havent seen a new track up or anything yet. even tho i havent checked in a month... i'll get to it

glad you enjoyed it. thanks for the review, 10, and your time in listening!!

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Credits & Info


4.34 / 5.00

Mar 16, 2011
9:12 AM EDT
Video Game
File Info
3.3 MB
2 min 51 sec

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