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Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, The: Arranged/Remixed tunes

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Game info

Name: Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, The
Alternate name: Zelda no Densetsu: Toki no Ocarina (Japan); Zelda 5; Zelda 64 (informal titles)
Characteristics: Adventure, 1st-Person Perspective, 3rd-Person Perspective, Medieval Fantasy, Puzzle-Solving, Role-Playing (RPG)
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo
Original/port composer: Koji Kondo
Platforms:
Nintendo 64 (21 Nov 1988) - Japan
Nintendo 64 (1998) - United States
Nintendo 64 (Dec 1998) - Europe
GameCube (28 Nov 2002) - Japan
GameCube (03 May 2003) - Europe

Music info

Released: 1998
Related Plaform: Nintendo 64
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: Tr3forever, Various Authors, Aaron Leibrick, Morbid Walker, Turbotoo, Austen Landauer, Zack1712, Andrew Mike, Undresky
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft, DarkHero
Music type: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 16
Size of archive: 3.55 MBytes

User reviews

  • "A good set, though there is a duplicated song in between" (by Kojiro_S, 13 Jun 2006) [7/10]
    *GERUDO VALLEY!
    Quite similar to its in-game counterpart, but this tune has maracas replacing the clapping. The end of the tune comes kind of a sudden, so it loops badly.

    *gerudo
    Remix of the Gerudo Valley theme with a lower scale of notes. Catchy.

    *Link's House
    Way too MIDIsh lol.

    *Hyrule Castle Town
    Decent enough. MIDIsh trumpets and pipes, but a clear tambourine.

    *Zelda5 - Kakariko Village
    Quite a faithful version of the present Kakariko theme.

    *Kakariko Village
    Another version of present Kakariko theme. This one would have been nice, had those bizarre trumpet-like thingies that come from nowhere been silenced or replaced with something more harmonious.

    *Kakariko Slow Rock
    A remix of present Kakariko. The title is self explanatory.

    *Saria's Song
    The ocarina sounds too unnatural. Everything else is perfect. Catchy, but it doesn't loop too well.

    *Saria and the Lost Woods
    A good conversion. Has all the good things of the original, plus the ocarina was replaced by a stronger flute.

    *Song of Storms--2nd Ed.
    Nice conversion of the Windmill theme, and as catchy as the original.

    *Z5: Prelude of Light
    MIDIsh, but clean. Overall good conversion.

    *Zelda5 Mix
    A pretty nice medley of the Title Screen, Kakariko that also loops perfectly fine.

    *z64esc
    Initial part of the theme played when escaping Ganon's tower. The part played sounds exactly as the original, but it's too short to be of any use IMO.

    *Zelda64: Staff Roll
    The epilogue's theme, or should I say, the start of it. This is quite short (it loops nicely though).

    *Zelda 64: Shop Theme
    A weird variant of this theme. Its nice to hear, but not quite catchy.

    *Dragoon-kun's Z:OoT Mix
    This one is exactly the same as the "Zelda5 Mix" comented above, but with another name :P

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