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Underrated N64 music; The music that does not get enough love
Topic Started: Jul 21 2016, 09:00 AM (1,164 Views)
Tyree_Cooper
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What about Castlevania? The music was kind of misunderstood, as it wasn't as catchy and "memorable" as what Konami had done before. But given the atmosphere of the game and its deep scenario (for a Castlevania game), I think it's rather underrated.

Underground Waterway (with Carrie) and Underground Tunnel (with Reinhardt) are very good! The game has different levels with different music, granted, not many, but still impressive.
Edited by Tyree_Cooper, Jul 21 2016, 09:25 AM.
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Yes, Extreme-G, Extreme-G 2 and Top Gear Rally are in my top list.

Besides, Top Gear Rally has 2 menu songs. A 'slow and sad' one for the US release and a much more 'eurodance' one for the Japanese and PAL release. I have never understood why they thought it would be a good idea to change? And I suppose the "original" song is the US one, as the game was developed in the US (not sure)?

Top Gear Rally - US menu song

Top Gear Rally - JPN/PAL menu song

The game is amazing, I love the handling. It just needed more tracks! Which menu song is your favourite? I'm with the JPN/PAL one. :yeah:

And while I'm on it, see some rendering of what they told us the game would look like. Cars are floating on the ground on a very pre-programmed path. Hilarious!
Edited by Tyree_Cooper, Jul 23 2016, 08:46 PM.
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