Back in October, we told you about Harmony of Heroes: a free, fan-made Super Smash Bros. tribute album. Love it as much as we do? Luckily for you, it’s just received an 112 minute expansion named Final Smash, and it features songs inspired by the Wii U and 3DS versions of Super Smash Bros.

The expansion adds an extra 27 songs to the original total of 101, making the arrangement almost 10 hours long. Just like the original Harmony of Heroes, Final Smash brings together contributions from fans all over the world, and utilizes a whole array of different music genres. Smashing!

One of the songs from Final Smash, called Toot, Whistle, Bang! is inspired by Full Steam Ahead – a song featured on Super Smash Bros. for 3DS, and is from The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks originally. The song has a Wild West vibe to it, and is a great addition to any Zelda fan’s music library. The original Harmony of Heroes features over an hour of music from the Zelda franchise alone, and we were happy to see the franchise make a comeback in the expansion.

Final Smash is available to download right now free of charge from the official Harmony of Heroes website, and is available in both MP3 and Lossless formats.

What do you think about the new expansion? Do you like it, or prefer the original? As usual, let us know in the comments!

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