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News: Super Metroid Symphony Album to be Released on 19th March

Super Metroid Symphony Album to be Released on 19th March

Another arrangement from the Synthetic Orchestra

While many enthusiasts and talented musicians create terrific remixes or orchestrations of popular game soundtracks, not all are as prolific or well-regarded as the Synthetic Orchestra. The creation of Blake Robinson, the studio is his project to take well known themes from various sources — many...

News: Gunman Clive Soundtrack Goes On Sale

Gunman Clive Soundtrack Goes On Sale

Yours for $1

Gunman Clive is a recent budget-priced arrival on the 3DS eShop, and despite some reported bugs — which we didn't experience ourselves — it's earned a fairly positive response so far. With a development team of two and previous releases on smartphones, PC and Mac, it's a title that's earned some success from modest beginnings. Not...

News: Zelda Symphony of the Goddess coming to the UK this year

Zelda Symphony of the Goddess coming to the UK this year

Have your big pouch ready!

On 25th October 2011, Zelda fans across the UK - and from further afield too - flocked to the Hammersmith Apollo for a once in a lifetime experience. The Legend of Zelda series celebrated its 25th anniversary in style - and featured Eiji Aonuma, Zelda Williams and legendary Zelda theme composer Koji Kondo. And now, that...

News: Unchipped Kickstarter Aims To Capture The Magic Of NES Music

Unchipped Kickstarter Aims To Capture The Magic Of NES Music

"8-bit NES themes brought to life with today's technology"

A new Kickstarter project has been launched which intends to celebrate the authentic sound of NES music. Unchipped - 8-Bit Music Reborn is the work of Brad Tratzinski, and has a modest goal of just $4,000. Tratzinski - who also plays in the band Splitbelly - reveals that the project came...

News: Nintendo Now Involved With Twilight Symphony

Nintendo Now Involved With Twilight Symphony

Set to be released before Christmas

Twilight Symphony, the epic 3-disc orchestral rearrangement of music from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, was set to be released mid-November but never actually made it through the letterboxes of those who placed an order. The box-set, made by the extremely talented Zelda Reorchestrated and distributed...

News: Fan Made Wii U Album Available For Download

Fan Made Wii U Album Available For Download

Wii bet that U will like these!

Wii U Grooves - a fan made album of remixed Wii U sounds - has been uploaded to the interwebs for your listening pleasure. DJ Cutman, who has a passion for video games and chip-tune music, mixed the 9-track album and has made it available for download right here. The songs are inspired - and cleverly named - by the...

News: Harmony of a Hunter: 101% Run Available From 17th November

Harmony of a Hunter: 101% Run Available From 17th November

A must for Metroid fans

Harmony of a Hunter is a fan-produced album that celebrates the Metroid franchise, and when released it gave a more significant acknowledgement of the series' 25th Anniversary than that from Nintendo itself. A free, two-disc album with 36 tracks, it was a major undertaking that we discussed in our interview with Shinesparkers...

News: Zelda: Twilight Symphony Soundtrack Available For Pre-Order

Zelda: Twilight Symphony Soundtrack Available For Pre-Order

Over 3 hours of glorious music

Zelda Orchestrated, the dedicated team behind Twilight Symphony, has finally unveiled that its most ambitious project is now available for pre-order with a price tag of $49.99. The 3-disc soundtrack, which is an orchestral arrangement of music from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, is only available in limited...

News: Nintendo Reveals Its Version of iTunes For 3DS

Nintendo Reveals Its Version of iTunes For 3DS

Music to our ears

Nintendo has unveiled a new partnership with RecoChoku today during its Japanese Nintendo Direct which finally brings a music store to the 3DS console. The service is scheduled to begin this December in Japan, and looks set to be Nintendo's take on iTunes for your 3DS. RecoChoku has one million songs in its catalogue and 3DS users...

News: Take An Ambient Musical Trip Through 8-bit History With NEScapism

Take An Ambient Musical Trip Through 8-bit History With NEScapism

Zelda and Castlevania, trance-style

Electronic recording artist The Electric Witch (real name Zac Bentz) has created a fitting aural tribute to the NES era in the form of NEScapism, a mini-album which spurns the traditional chiptune format and instead re-imagines classic 8-bit tunes as swirling ambient soundscapes. To quote the composer:...

News: This Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Soundtrack Packaging is Rather Special

This Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Soundtrack Packaging is Rather Special

Pop up CD case, anyone?

We've been paying a lot of attention to Bravely Default: Flying Fairy here at Nintendo Life, mainly because it looks like a high quality 3DS RPG from Square Enix. With an attractive art-style and seemingly plenty of interesting gameplay to offer, we're sure that others are also keen to see a Western release. One thing that's...

News: Zelda Symphony Heading To Australia

Zelda Symphony Heading To Australia

A Link To The South

Amazing news, Zelda fans: The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses will be heading to Australia next year to continue its world tour. You can purchase the tickets from Ticketmaster, which are available to buy from October 20th. Both shows are set to take place at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall on Friday February 1st...

News: The Harp Twins Are Back With Another Musical Video

The Harp Twins Are Back With Another Musical Video

Music to our ears

Camille and Kennerly, known as The Harp Twins, are back with another game-themed arrangement, this time with a rather soothing Final Fantasy medley. The twins’ unique take on the harp involves new arrangements of well-known music pieces; it's certainly worked quite well in their favour, with a worldwide following and over 4...

News: The Truth Behind Donkey Kong Country's Opening Level Theme

The Truth Behind Donkey Kong Country's Opening Level Theme

It's a stitch-up

Remember the music for the opening level on Donkey Kong Country? Do you recall how it moves from one musical style to another, almost as if it's three different songs that have been fused together? That because it is. In an interview with CVG, former Rare composer David Wise reveals the truth behind the track: I was on holiday in...