Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker (GC, Wii U)Developer: Nintendo EADPublisher: Nintendo Released: March 24, 2003MSRP: $34.99 Main Channel: http://www.youtube.com/blurryphoenixTwitter: http://twitter.com/blurryphoenixFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/blurryphoenix Fair Use:All copyrighted material used under Fair Use. If you are a copyright holder and believe your material has been used unfairly, please contact me at:BlurryGameReviews@gmail.com
The Legend of Zelda series always has great music. However, this final theme when facing Ganon in Ocarina of Time really puts weight on what you’re doing. There’s not much to the track in general. But, the choir in the background and the dark sounding music really emphasizes the feeling that you should have.
Midna’s Lament from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is such a beautiful track. This version, performed by the Zelda Reorchestrated team, just gives another level of depth that makes it sound even better. Whenever I’m feeling stressed, I love listening to this song because it takes me to a whole different world mentally. Although … Read moreWeekly Video Game Track: Midna’s Lament
As usual, I haven’t played or really even heard much of Legend of Dragoon. However, that doesn’t mean I can’t appreciate this beautiful opening track. This game seems to have come from a time where full songs (with vocals) started making their way into more and more video games. All the music that I’ve heard … Read moreWeekly Video Game Track: If You Still Believe
There’s a love/hate relationship I have with this song in The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker. First of all, it’s a very weirdly powerful song for doing something so simple as sailing. But, I guess that’s needed because there’s just so much sailing. But, because there’s so much sailing, you hear this song so much … Read moreWeekly Video Game Track: Wind Waker Ocean Theme
Man, Majora’s Mask is such a creepy game. From the Happy Mask Salesman to having a giant moon crashing to the planet about to wipe all life out in the area, and you’re the only one who can stop it. The Final Hours are some of the most intense times of Majora’s Mask. “Will I … Read moreWeekly Video Game Track: Final Hours (Metalized)
In Majora’s Mask, one of the first songs you learn is the “Song of Healing.” The guy who teaches it to you is the Happy Mask Salesman. Probably one of the most terrifying characters in the game. In the end, I guess it’s fitting, because the Happy Mask Salesman teaches you a very eerie sounding … Read moreWeekly Video Game Track: Song of Healing Remix