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CaptainExplosion said:
Jumpin said:
HD REMAKES PLEASE!!!!

SUPERVISED BY THE MAN WHO MADE THIS:

So much for Unity being used for crappy games. =P

Holy moly I am so hard right now. That is freaking incredible. 



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More please!



curl-6 said:
CaptainExplosion said:

SUPERVISED BY THE MAN WHO MADE THIS:

So much for Unity being used for crappy games. =P

Holy moly I am so hard right now. That is freaking incredible. 

Same!! :D

KLAMarine said:
More please!

Here's a few:



Some days I just blow up.

That's really impressive. I'd like to hear more of Wise's work in its uncompressed glory.




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Or just buy the cd soundtrack?

https://www.discogs.com/Unknown-Artist-DK-Jamz-The-Original-Donkey-Kong-Country-Soundtrack/release/1201362

 

this Aquatic ambience has actually lost something in translation sounds way too tinny



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CaptainExplosion said:
KLAMarine said:
More please!

Here's a few:

Excellent!



The channel just posted the DKC1 title theme:

CaptainExplosion said:
David Wise is truly one of the greatest of all time! :D

I'd go so far as to say THE greatest, at least in my humble opinion.



One thing you can't criticize the SNES for was... It's Audio capabilities. - Certainly punched above it's direct competitors and allowed for scores such as these.

Where is my HD remake/remaster of Donkey Kong Coutnry 1-2-3 and Super Metroid, Nintendo?



Pemalite said:
One thing you can't criticize the SNES for was... It's Audio capabilities. - Certainly punched above it's direct competitors and allowed for scores such as these.

Amen, SNES's sound chip was incredible for the time, it's the earliest system where I feel like its music still sounds great today.



curl-6 said:
Pemalite said:
One thing you can't criticize the SNES for was... It's Audio capabilities. - Certainly punched above it's direct competitors and allowed for scores such as these.

Amen, SNES's sound chip was incredible for the time, it's the earliest system where I feel like its music still sounds great today.

It even sounds better than some game soundtracks today. ^^



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