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Video Game Medley Pt. III

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Aug 24, 2014 | 8:11 PM EDT
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21 MB
30 min 31 sec
4.93 / 5.00

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Rated 4.93 / 5 stars
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[96kbps bitrate due to file size limitation]
[[Parts I & II are currently being remastered as they're much older and sound much less polished compared to this]]

The third and final part of my video game medley!
This took one whole year exactly (casual time) to plan and complete, my longest and biggest project ever with over 60 songs included!

This went through so many variations and arrangements that I'm still not 100% sure on a couple transitions, so I'm very open to constructive criticism and would really appreciate some feedback!

I tried my utmost best to get all the instruments to sound as crisp, powerful and 'nice' as possible with the best possible production quality, which proved to be incredibly difficult due to the sheer scale of the arrangement (over 30 completely different sounding instruments/synthesizers), so I hope my countless hours of effort have paid off!


Song order:

Wreck-It Ralph, Pandemonium, Mario Kart 64, Paper Mario - The Thousand Year Door, Croc, Lego Racer, Parappa the Rapper, Chu Chu Rocket, Sonic 3, Banjo Kazooie, Crash Bandicoot, Team Fortress 2, Time Splitters 2, Mortal Kombat, Battletoads in Battlemaniacs, Streets of Rage, Saints the Third, GTA San Andreas, Tales of Symphonia, Sword of Mana, Golden Axe, Golden Sun, The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time, The Legends of Zelda Wind Waker, Metroid Prime 3, Fable, Uncharted, Halo 3, The Elder Scrolls IV Skyrim, Dragon Age 2, The Binding of Isaac, Kingdoms of Amalur, Metroid Prime, Tron Legacy, Far Cry 3, Blood Dragon, Mass Effect 2, Sonic Adventure 2, Star Wars Rogue Squadron 3, Sonic Adventure, Ducktales, Super Smash Bros. 64, Men Without Hats, Classic Game Room, Sonic Adventure 2, Wiz 'n' Liz, Sonic Adventure, Mario Kart 64, Worms, Viva Pinata, Donkey Kong Country 2 Diddys Kong-Quest, Super Mario RPG, Sonic Adventure, Animal Crossing, Shenmue, Kingdom Hearts, Fire Emblem, Tetris, Plants V.S Zombies, Columns, Trine, Assassins Creed Brotherhood, Tearaway, Braid, Ragnarok Online, Pokémon Diamond/Pearl, VVVVVV, Pikmin.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Neat. I shall attempt to bring it to the Geometry Dash world. :)

I love this. The transition are so well done, and it really brings me back when I hear something I recognize. (Like only twice, unfortunately.) Keep it up, this is beautiful. It's actually... It's EPIC. You make it sound epic, and that's really cool. Never thought the Plants V.S. Zombies song would be epic, but you pulled it off, with some amazing games too! :D Great job!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

HOW IN THE WORLD HAS THIS NOT GOT ANY ATTENTION! Please tell me you have this shared somewhere else and it has gone viral. Someone just link me to other places this has been used via PM or somthing!

This is an absolutely amazing track and just deserves to have way more attention then it currently does, I mean really, This has been up since last year and less than 600 plays? Come on!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I've never in my life heard a better video game remix at the length of this one. Most others lose their touch halfway through but this one stays strong to the very end.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nobody? Okay.

I clicked on this expecting it to be the kind of rubbish I'd throw together, with no cohesion and cheap standard MIDI instruments thrown over a basic drumbeat, along with "video games" being represented by a very small subset of single-console games from one particular time period.

This did not meet my expectations. And that is a good thing.

Not only has the instrumentation been thought through for every single track, but the songs gel relatively well together, and there's such a wide range of games covered that I don't think anyone can be disappointed with this selection. (I mean, not only are all the standards like Sonic, Mario, Golden Axe, and Tetris covered, but also the lesser-heard Chu Chu Rocket and Crash Bandicoot, recent games like GTA and Halo, and even things like Classic Game Room and Ragnarok, all of their themes (or at least themes associated with the game, like Angel Island for Sonic 3) instantly identifiable.

Sometimes the themes aren't blended together enough, and just seem like two separate songs; but this doesn't happen often enough and isn't major enough for me to even knock half a star off.

Also, I thought Nozomi's Theme was an odd choice for Shenmue, as well as being an odd arrangement... but 59/60 isn't bad. ;)

Fantastic. I haven't heard the first two parts, but if they're of this quality then they're definitely worth listening to.

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