No, I just love the music from that and the rest of their playlists (except the animu and vocaloid copycats).
You want Hao? You get Hao my friend.
It’s actually really comfy because it’s just one man singing a song to a camcorder in his apartment.
Need more like this
And here is a vaporwave remix. It's the theme of the main page of an IB I lurk. Have good sleeping, friends.>>1127
Good night again, friend.
Tell me about Soryu's Crisis.
Aww yeah, shonen knife is very bueno.https://youtu.be/9g7jX05cacY
Nice. It's hard to find videogame OSTs on Spotify but I think it's worth mentioning that Dark Cloud 1's OST is available.
It's nice to see a fellow dark cloud respecter around here. I use https://downloads.khinsider.com/
if I'm looking for a game ost and can't find it anywhere else.
Very nice, thanks for sharing!
hey, thanks for posting that! i love the sega genesis and its ym2612 sound chip. here's another sega genesis song, the ondo of puyo puyo
. it's one of my favorite songs on the console.https://invidious.snopyta.org/watch?v=SRPpJ5b8nb0
Yeah, the genesis does sound pretty good. Sad that I only know Sonic and Thunder Force from it, it baffles me thinking that it competed against the SNES when I can't think of any games that a genesis would be worth buying for.
But alas, I'm a nintendo guy
That's an interesting composition. It's sounds a bit off the wall without sounding self-indulgent.>>4766>i love the sega genesis and its ym2612 sound chip.
FM synthesis is underrated. A lot of people dump all over it because a lot of the composers didn't know what they were doing, but I love the sound.>here's another sega genesis song, the ondo of puyo puyo. it's one of my favorite songs on the console.
Nice track. I recognized that tune from the Famicom version of Puyo Puyo.>>4783
I grew up with both systems and don't know that I'd be able to pick one over the other. I prefer the arcade-style gameplay that Genesis games tend to have, but I have a lot of memories of the Super Nintendo and some of my favorite games from that console generation were on there.
here is a sad song with a very pleasant surprise at the end.https://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm26471600>>4783
not a single one? because you're overlooking a lot of quality titles here.
have you heard of ecco the dolphin? it was a very good game, featuring ocean exploration and alien weirdness. there was also snatcher, a japanese cyberpunk visual novel released for the west, but it requires the sega cd addon. however, visual novels released in the west were rare things at the time, so it would have made the game worth buying.
also, a post to a /kind/-worthy music video in this thread got deleted. i'm reposting the video here as i remember enjoying it.https://invidious.fdn.fr/watch?v=iCYel3GBMdE
speaking of the sega cd, the sega cd does what nintendon't! :D
just listen to the sega cd version of ecco the dolphin's ost. the sound quality is far superior to any super famicom title, allowing for extra immersion into the soundtrack's ethereal ambience.https://yewtu.be/watch?v=xzdShv9Rfv4