Pokemon Gold: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Name: Pokemon Gold
Characteristics: Adventure, Strategy, Top-Down, Role-Playing (RPG)
Developer: Game Freak
Original/port composers: Kenta Nagata, Koji Kondo
Platform: Game Boy Color (2000)
Related Plaform: Game Boy Color
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composer of these tunes: Various Authors
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft
Music type: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 37
Size of archive: 143 KBytes
- "What on gaming Earth???" (by Ryana, 2 Apr 2004) [2/10]
Whoa.......Whoever "found" this music would do better to throw it back into the creative melting pot...and hope no-one ever finds it EVER AGAIN!
Honestly, as one of the biggest Pokemon fans in Australia, if I ever rate another MIDI like this one, I'll renounce my love of pokemon. Then again, maybe not - if you can get better, nay actual pokemon music.
- "Why...?" (by Psy, 11 Aug 2004) [4/10]
I've looked everywhere. I've turned the web upside down, and looked under every cyber-stone I could find for Pokemon music. And, I came up with this. I was so excited to finally find some! But... all that excitement was lost as soon as I heard the music, folks. It could've at least been more like the game. Ah well, at least you can still tell what each track is. But still, I'd rather go through the trouble of finding the specific song in the game and holding that little mono speaker to my ear.
- "A great disapointment" (by Sebble bebble webble, 23 Jan 2005) [1/10]
WHAT? This music sounds nothing like the original! Who ever made these tunes needs music lessons! And some of the tunes are so simple, it is a shame.
- "It's okay" (by Cat333Pokémon, 31 Mar 2007) [5/10]
I love the music in Gold/Silver/Crystal. But, this was a little disappointing. It has a couple good tunes in the lot, but most don't sound that great, not even like the GBC.
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