I was thinking of doing something akin to the NinDB Top 25 without actually showcasing 25 favourite games (because it's not like our opinions are going to change annually). This long video is the result. (See YouTube comments for quick seeking)
I picked my 3 favourite songs per system (without picking the same game twice), and added a few other songs that I like but didn't quite make it. This list can actually go on and on, but I wanted to keep the scope clear.
At first, I was going for top 4 or 5 per system, but I couldn't think of anything good enough for NES and N64 (at least with Nintendo-published games), and the honourable mentions was how I worked around that. On the other hand, I can probably dedicate a section for Dreamcast, but that would look weird in this otherwise Nintendo-centric video.
Post by Evie the Mother Hen ❤✿ on Jun 27, 2019 9:05:32 GMT -5
I like to think music is the philosophy of the soul. I guess that's why we evolved to have ears, smell (the most ancient believed) was not enough for us; dogs however yes but they can't see as well (cognitive trade-off theory).
I like Space Tank/X-Scape series' tunnel scene - also Starfy series, Tomato Adventure, *thinking* Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru, Yuyuki, Time Twist, Pokémon series, Sutte Hakkun Kirby's Dream Land 3 and Kirby Triple Deluxe music. When I'm sad, Midna's Lament, but the most powerful to my heart is Song of Healing from Majora's Mask, and I will never forget N's emotion theme from Pokémon Black/White either - the idea of truth/ideals spoke loudest during my psychosis. www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxPOSrrWjJY - it was like: Ghetsis theme was the true rigidity (N proved them wrong in a mysterious way), Ghetsis' song felt simply a chant for him, however N "who was called not to have a human heart" had that linked theme. Song of Healing feels like a mixture of both, which is why it is both so potent but awakening when you need it.