Tag: Soundtrack

For those that remember the original Twilight Princess HD announcement from last year’s Nintendo Direct, Reggie Fils-Aime noted that Nintendo was “offering the game’s official soundtrack as a pre-order bonus”, though they showed no CD. Those that went and pre-bought the game afterwards through Amazon, Best Buy, or any other outlet likely did not see the soundtrack CD listed as an added feature of their purchase, but it must still come with it, like Nintendo said, right? Well, Gamestop has…

It’s no accident that there is now a symphony dedicated to playing Legend of Zelda music: the series has musical scores that, beyond enhancing the experience of the game, hold their own as masterfully crafted works of symphonic art.  This week, we gave Zelda Dungeon staffers the daunting task of ranking their Top 5 songs on the many soundtracks of the Zelda series. Which songs do you play on repeat? Which songs do you think define the series? We welcome your own lists…

One thing that’s usually accounted for in a game is its soundtrack. Depending on its quality, that may improve thoughts/opinions of the title. It’s a huge part of the game, and will hardly go unnoticed. There are some that are good, and some that are bad- it all depends on the effort given and the composer in-charge. The Legend of Zelda has had quite a few games, and their soundtracks are pretty hard to overlook. That’s why I’m going to talk about…

We all have favorite songs from throughout the Zelda series, and each new installment brings new tracks to the table– as well as re-imagined versions of classics. With the high quality music stemming from the series, it’s not surprising that orchestras have ventured to play some of these tracks. Well, we can now add The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra to that list of adventurers. Take the jump to see the orchestra in action playing a Zelda Shop Medley, Outset Island,…

Club Nintendo of Europe has restocked the A Link Between Worlds Original Soundtrack in their rewards store. This beautiful tribute to the highly rated A Link Between Worlds 3DS game goes for 3000 stars on the UK website, and is a must for any Zelda collector. Hit the jump for the more details.

After a disappearance from the online shop, the A Link Between Worlds is returning to Club Nintendo Europe. Or has returned. It’s here. Go nuts.

The soundtrack comes at the measly cost of 300 stars (us Americans are left with pathetic coins). Supply is more than likely limited. Since Club Nintendo is ceasing services within the next few months, now is a better time than any to pick up this soundtrack. It’s the only time, after all. You may never get this chance again. Cue the intense music.

Way back in September, we learned that Japan received the A Link Between Worlds soundtrack, in the form of a Club Nintendo reward. A month later, photographs of the Japanese soundtrack surfaced, leaving the rest of the world green with envy. 

Just when we’d given up hope of the elusive CD ever getting a Western release, Nintendo surprised Europe with the soundtrack last week, again as a Club Nintendo reward. People have now started to receive the CD, and we have an up close and personal view…

As if the original Link to the Past 16-bit soundtrack weren’t amazing enough to hear during your playthroughs of the SNES classic, some fans just couldn’t help but make the tracks even better than you remember. That’s right, this fanmade patch contains wonderfully orchestrated soundtrack to make your nostalgic adventure that much more enjoyable. You can hear the differences from the demo after jump.

Back in September, we told you that Club Nintendo of Japan had received a new addition – the The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds soundtrack. Photographs of the soundtrack have now surfaced online, courteous of Twitter user, FarmboyInJapan

Club Nintendo of Japan has released yet another reward that fans are eager to have—the official A Link Between Worlds soundtrack. For a cost of 250 coins, Japanese members can own this beautiful 2-disc set (representing Hyrule and Lorule) complete with 105 tracks total. Hit the jump for more!