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Fire Emblem: Awakening OST weighs in at five discs

That’s a lot of music. And man, that Fire Emblem theme sends chills down my spine every time

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Music for the Soul: Mitsuda’s grand battle theme revealed

I have always enjoyed the orchestral work of composers such as Kow Otani and Motoi Sakuraba , because of their ability to express such a broad range of feelings through their music. They can make you feel like a hero, fighting an all-or-nothing battle one moment and the next, make you feel like a frightened child, alone in an unknown land. Now it seems that Yasunori Mitsuda, of Chrono Trigger and Xenegears fame, is bringing his skill and vision to the music of Soul Sacrifice ; and judging from this short clip of its battle theme, he really understands what makes this game unique and the music it deserves

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Final Fantasy Orchestra Album unboxing video

We mentioned the commemorative Final Fantasy Orchestra Album a few months back, and at the time, we were greatly looking forward to it.

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Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers comes with bonus soundtrack

Atlus is wonderfully consistent in its desire to bundle soundtrack CDs with the first printing of all its games. The latest package to receive musical accompaniment is Shin Megami Tensei Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers for 3DS, out April 16 in North America. Copies pre-ordered or purchased at launch from “participating retailers” (including GameStop and Amazon in the US, and EBGames , VGP , and Amazon in Canada) will be packaged as a “boxed set” with a soundtrack CD, containing new arrangements of Soul Hackers’ music.

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Hotline Miami soundtrack is now on Steam

Hotline Miami is a game that I think has all the right ingredients working together perfectly: the tight controls, the flexible gameplay, the deliberately lo-fi graphics — but most of all, the absolutely banging soundtrack which you can now purchase on Steam . While you’re at it, the game itself is on sale for $5.

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An aural tour with the composer of Nintendo Land, part 3

This is our third and final entry in our series featuring composer Ryo Nagamatsu as he walks us through the attractions in Nintendo Land one-by-one, giving us an inside look at what he was thinking about when he wrote the game’s music. This time we’re looking at Pikmin’s Adventure , Takamaru’s Ninja Castle , The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest , and Yoshi’s Fruit Cart . But before reading, be sure to check out part one and part two , and let us know what you think of the music from the game.

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An aural tour with the composer of Nintendo Land, part 2

We’re back with part two of our audio walkthrough of Nintendo Land with composer Ryo Nagamatsu. This time we visit Luigi’s Ghost Mansion , Mario Chase , Metroid Blast , and Octopus Dance . And be sure to read part one of our feature which covered four other Nintendo Land attractions.

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An aural tour with the composer of Nintendo Land, part 1

I have to admit that I was secretly looking forward to Nintendo Land a great deal. While I wasn’t sold after Nintendo’s E3 press conference last year, seeing the title in action really got the nostalgia flowing for me in all the right ways. And as a fan of game music in particular, I was excited to hear what the compnay would do with the title given that it paid homage to most of Nintendo’s classic franchises

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An aural tour with the composer of Nintendo Land, part 1

I have to admit that I was secretly looking forward to Nintendo Land a great deal. While I wasn’t sold after Nintendo’s E3 press conference last year, seeing the title in action really got the nostalgia flowing for me in all the right ways. And as a fan of game music in particular, I was excited to hear what the compnay would do with the title given that it paid homage to most of Nintendo’s classic franchises

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Exclusive: Legend of Zelda Twilight Symphony samples

It’s been a long and adventurous road for Twilight Symphony . Destructoid had a hand in announcing the project nearly two years ago, and after a successful Kickstarter campaign and an extremely limited   physical run  for supporters, the majesty that is The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Symphony is nearly upon us. To celebrate and to whet your appetite further, we have five full-length tracks from the album, all of which I count among my favorites.

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