5 of Tropical Freeze's amazing soundtrack,Aquatic remastered

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#1 Posted by hotdiddykong (2048 posts) -

New links came up with tracks made for Tropical Freeze

They are amazing and shows the team and David wise's well made ear candy

http://www.nintendo.co.jp/wiiu/arkj/images/bgm1.mp3

http://www.nintendo.co.jp/wiiu/arkj/images/bgm2.mp3

http://www.nintendo.co.jp/wiiu/arkj/images/bgm3.mp3

http://www.nintendo.co.jp/wiiu/arkj/images/bgm5.mp3

and i present to you the beautiful remastered Aquatic Ambience http://www.nintendo.co.jp/wiiu/arkj/images/bgm4.mp3

#2 Posted by KBFloYd (13176 posts) -

this music is a lot more cinematic.....the old music was a bit more electronic or techno sounding....

i sort of prefer the older style...but wont know until actually play the game.

bgm3 is my fav...could pass for a real song...

the aquatic song si awesome too...but we've heard it before. :)

#3 Posted by Meinhard1 (6768 posts) -

I started to listen to 5 but then stopped after a few seconds.

It's hard because I'm such a fan of Wises music, but I going to hold off on listening to this music.

Those first few seconds were very enticing, though.

@KBFloYd said:

this music is a lot more cinematic.....the old music was a bit more electronic or techno sounding....

i sort of prefer the older style...but wont know until actually play the game.

bgm3 is my fav...could pass for a real song...

the aquatic song si awesome too...but we've heard it before. :)

I don't know my videogame music development stuff, but Rareware just had a really great midi / sound engine.

I guess I'm reserving judgement myself, though. Not really listening.

#4 Edited by Meinhard1 (6768 posts) -

I'm not one to request remixes amid what will surely be a strong bunch of original compositions, but I'm greatly hoping for "Stickerbush Symphony."

That's always been *the* favorite, with Wise's compositions and it's too wonderful to be confined to an old SNES release that people aren't really playing anymore. It deserves a second life.