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Zelda 2: Arranged/Remixed tunes

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Game info

Name: Zelda 2
Characteristics: RPG
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo
Original/port composers: Koji Kondo, TSUKASAN
Platforms:
Amstrad CPC
Nintendo Ent. System (1987)

Music info

Released: 1987
Related Plaform: Nintendo Ent. System
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: Tr3forever, Dark Cecil, William Bubel, Daniel Fegles, Matt Swanton, PsySal, Jellydog, CronoZ, Inmate2993
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft, Dr. Spa
Music type: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 15
Size of archive: 1.14 MBytes

User reviews

  • "More Zelda" (by Dr. Spa, 23 Apr 2004) [3/10]
    From zelda 2: Kinda scary sound clip

    Zelda 2 (town theme 1) : Not nice...

    Zelda 2 (town theme 2) : Well. It's better than the first one

    Sorry about the lack of soundtracks from me.

  • "Some are good, some are bad... such is life" (by Kojiro_S, 12 Jun 2006) [7/10]
    -c64z23
    Remix of the Town theme. It sounds like a church tune, but has some weird noises on the second half that make no sense IMHO.

    -from zelda 2
    Remix of Hyrule Temple. Quite lively, but it only lasts 6 seconds, so it only has the initial part of the original.

    -Zelda II: Ganon's Palace
    Theme of the Grand Palace. MIDIsh, but I still liked it.

    -zelda2 palace theme
    Remix of Hyrule Temple. This one is quite elaborated, with an Aztec-like feel to it. Quite nicely arranged enviromental SFXs as well.

    -Zelda II-Battle Music
    Theme of hostile lands. Quite nice.

    -untitled (z2bonus)
    Exact copy of the magic learnt theme. Has a big silence at the end though.

    -Zelda II:Boss Battle
    Remix of the boss theme (lol really?). Better than the original IMHO.

    -Zelda II-Battle Music
    Theme of hostile lands. Sounds like its original counterpart, but the percussion clapping is stronger.

    -Zelda 2: Grand Palace
    Theme of the Grand Palace (NOWAY!!11). Even more MIDIsh than the previous one. I prefer the original (the background piano sounds pretty nice though).

    -untitled (z2ow)
    A clone of the overworld theme without some instruments on certain parts. Lame.

    -untitled (z2owns)
    Conga-like version of the hostile lands' theme. Pretty catchy and loops perfectly.

    -zelda2 (town theme1)
    Way too MIDIsh to my liking.

    -zelda2 (town theme2)
    Same as above. Loops well though.

    -Zelda 2 Palace Theme
    Hyrule Temple theme. Also has an Aztec-like feel, but this one also has some modern instruments, like strong drums or techno stuff. Quite nice IMHO.

    -Parapa Palace
    Hyrule Temple theme. This sounds just GREAT!

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