Title screen music cover by Raccoon Cemetery

A very simple music cover of the title screen music.

And this I saw on twitter. So much reminds of the last boss of the game! By Dave Rapoza.

Original tweet is here: https://twitter.com/DaveRapoza/status/1339010592506400770

The final boss in the game to compare:

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Super Mario Bros. 35th anniversary

Today is Super Mario Bros. 35th anniversary. The famous Famicom/NES game.

So I use this as an excuse to show this cool song “Rawest Forest” Reanimated Collab (SMRPG Music Video). It’s a collab on the original one with tons of artists do small parts of the original video. I am not a big fan of Mario so what I actually like is the song itself.

Also I saw this cute gif in the discussion

Super Mario Bros. 35th anniversary

And here is the song! Rawest Forest Reanimated Collab (SMRPG Music Video)

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The Guardian Legend full soundtrack music cover by Nostalgia Bubble

Nostalgia Bubble shared his remix/cover version of the full soundtrack for The Guardian Legend game.

It’s good to have all songs at once. But it is pretty amateur. The low end is a rumble mess. So it’s better to listen on speakers without lows 🙂

Also the loudness varies. Some songs are much louder than the others. Which make it not comfortable to listen through. You’ll have to reach the volume slider to lower down the volume, or turn up.

Anyway it’s great to see some people do fan stuff for the game! So I am happy to share it for everyone!

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Guardian Legend ending music with VRC7

We missed this one in 2019. Cutter Cross ported Guardian Legend ending music on VRC7 sound. I think the only game with VRC7 was Lagrange Point. It’s kinda impressive. Almost 16bit Sega sound on 8-bit Nintendo console.

If you still not understand. VRC7 is special Konami’s circuit that works on 8-bit Nintendo console! Making the sound so great it’s comparable to 16-bit Sega.

The result is quite nice. Check it out:

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