Uploaded on Apr 19, 2009
1. Skull Dungeon (The Legend of Zelda - Oracle of Ages)
This is my favorite dungeon theme from this Gameboy-Zelda. Nice and dark. The floorpuzzle annoyed the crap outta me, but eventually I got through it. Otherwise easy level.
2. Main Theme (Max Payne)
This game is pretty OK, very interesting cutscenes with all the graphic novel-thingys. But, I just loved two things above the rest in this game: voice acting and this theme. It feels so sad and pretty much sums the story into music quite well.
3. Dracula's Castle (Castlevania - Symphony of the Night)
Never played this game, mainly because it is rare and you have to pay at least 100€ (about the same in dollars) for it, that is if you don't want one with the condition of used frisbee.
Tell me, is the game worth that much? The music at least is awesome, as you can hear.
4. More Rooms (Resident Evil)
This is creepy. At first it plays only in the guard's house, but afterwards you'll find rooms from the mansion itself with this theme. Really nice.
5. Severe Winter (Harvest Moon)
Couldn't find the Snes-version, but this Gameboy-one is cool too. My favorite theme from the series. Sadly there's hardly anything to do in winter-season so it also marks huge amount of BORING. Still, nice theme.
6. Kefka's Tower (Final Fantasy VI)
One of the most underrated FF-themes. Just listen to this...
This takes place when you enter Kefka's lair to finally end it all in an epic battle of good and evil. Overall this must be my favorite part of any FF-game, the whole tower-part, fighting the Goddesses and lots of other bosses right before facing the evil clown.
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