There aren't many things that could make 'Lifelight', the main theme from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, any more epic, but having it be played by 664 people at the same time sure comes close.

YouTube channel The 8-Bit Big Band has shared a new video showing exactly that, with 664 musicians from around the world coming together to record themselves remotely for the project. Co-ordinating and then editing all of those recordings together sounds like an absolute nightmare, so props to the talented folks who worked to make it happen.

The 8-Bit Big Band: "During the unfortunate events of the COVID-19, I wanted to create a way for musicians and video game music fans to come together virtually to work together on a piece of music we could all be proud of, and celebrate our love for the Great Video Game Songbook together!"

You can find a full list of all the musicians who took part here, too. Congrats to all on a job well done.

If you're after more lockdown Nintendo-based musical goodness, it just so happens that Nintendo shared a similar - albeit smaller - project just last week. If you missed it, make sure to catch the original performers of Animal Crossing: New Horizons' main theme playing the track together.