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    • Yooka Laylee Tribalstack Tropics ft DexTheSwede || Epic Game Music

      2 weeks ago

      JamesRonald



      Yooka Laylee Tribalstack Tropics is an amazing song so today on Epic Game Music DexTheSwede and I made a version of Tribalstack Tropics from Yooka Laylee. The Yooka Laylee OST was composed Grant Kirkhope, David Wise and Steve Burke. This is a remix of a song titled Tribalstack Tropics.
      Yooka-Laylee is an all-new open-world platformer from key creative talent behind the Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country games!
      Explore huge, beautiful worlds, meet (and beat) an unforgettable cast of characters and horde a vault-load of shiny collectibles as buddy-duo Yooka (the green one) and Laylee (the wisecracking bat with the big nose) embark on an epic adventure to thwart corporate creep Capital B and his devious scheme to absorb all the world’s books… and convert them into pure profit!
      Using their arsenal of special moves, our heroes will tackle a huge variety of puzzles and platforming challenges in their search for Pagies, the golden bounty used to unlock — and expand — stunning new worlds, each jammed to the gills with oddball characters, hulking bosses, minecart challenges, arcade games, quiz shows, multiplayer games… and much more!
      Yooka-Laylee was funded on Kickstarter in June 2015, raising an incredible £2.1 million from more than 80,000 backers. Yooka-Laylee remains the most funded UK games Kickstarter ever.
      Yooka and Laylee venture out from the safety of their home in Shipwreck Creek to explore deep inside the work halls of a baneful business known as the Hivory Towers, to find the "Pagies" needed to explore the mysterious Grand Tomes as the buddy-duo battle to stop Capital B and Dr. Quack from absorbing all the world's literature and converting it into pure profit
      Yooka-Laylee is an upcoming platform video game developed by Playtonic Games and published by Team17 for Linux, macOS, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. It was originally also in development for Wii U, but was later cancelled in favor of the Switch version due to "unforeseen technical issues".
      It is being developed by Playtonic Games, a group of several former key personnel from Rare during the Nintendo 64 era, as a spiritual successor to their game series Banjo-Kazooie and other works. Among them, Banjo-Kazooie staff Chris Sutherland, Steve Mayles, Steven Hurst, and Grant Kirkhope reprise their respective roles. Similar to the title of Banjo-Kazooie being a play on the banjo and kazoo musical instruments, the title of Yooka-Laylee is a play on the ukulele
      Epic Game Music is a show that takes all your favorite video game music and remixes the songs into original masterpieces of sonic goodness. Featuring music videos shot in exciting locations to accompany the tones and riffs we all love. From the retro game era to the current console generation Epic Game Music’s guitar covers breathe new life into all corners of gaming music. Join James Ronald as he battles his way across the history of game music with his trusty electric battle guitar of justice!
      More About Dex The Swede: A lonely Swedish gamer shares his opinions and stupidity with the rest of the world!
      Grant Kirkhope (born 10 July 1962) is a British video game composer. Kirkhope has been nominated for various BAFTA, ASCAP, and IFMCA awards for his contributions to video game music.
      Kirkhope is a BAFTA, ASCAP and IFMCA nominated British composer who has created the soundtrack for video games that have sold in excess of 30 million copies. Kirkhope’s score for Viva Piñata was nominated by BAFTA in the Original Score category in its 2007 awards.
      Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning was nominated for Best Score for a Video Game or Interactive Media by the International Film Music Critics Association and in the Cue Awards 2012 for Best Overall Score, Best Video Game Score and Grant was also nominated for Best Break Out Composer.
      He was nominated in the 2015 ASCAP Composer’s Choice Awards for his work on “Civilization: Beyond Earth” and also won the Best Original Score for a Video Game or Interactive Media 2015 from the International Film Music Critics Association for the same score. Civilization: Beyond Earth also won Best Score: Video Game at the Cue Awards 2015. He was nominated in the 2016 ASCAP Composer’s Choice Awards for his work on Civilization: Beyond Earth – Rising Tide and was also nominated for Best Original Score for a Video Game or Interactive Media 2016 from the International Film Music Critics Association for the same score. Civilization: Beyond Earth – Rising Tide was also nominated for Best Score: Video Game at the Cue Awards 2016.

    • The Angry Video Game Nerd (AVGN) Theme ft. Elsie Lovelock || Epic Game Music

      3 weeks ago

      JamesRonald


      The Angry Video Game Nerd (AVGN) Theme is a classic song so today on Epic Game Music me and Elsie Lovelock made a version of The Angry Video Game Nerd Theme. The Angry Video Game Nerd Theme was composed by Kyle Justin and the lyrics are by Kyle Justin & James Rolfe. This is remix of a song entitled “The Angry Video Game Nerd Theme”
      The Angry Video Game Nerd (abbreviated as AVGN, and originally known as The Angry Nintendo Nerd) is an American comedy retrogaming web series, created by and starring James Rolfe. The series centers on Rolfe's character "The Nerd", a short-tempered and foul-mouthed video game fanatic who delivers commentary and sketches on retro games he considers to be of poor quality. The show would later encompass reviews of gaming consoles, peripherals, and short lectures about video game history and culture.Starting out as an independent filmmaker, Rolfe intended for his earliest videos of the Nerd character to be a joke privately shown to his friends. With collaboration from his friend Mike Matei, Rolfe put the Angry Nintendo Nerd videos on his website, Cinemassacre.com, in 2004. In 2006, Matei persuaded Rolfe to put his work on YouTube, where it got popular. In 2007, the series became a program on ScrewAttack and GameTrailers, where it was renamed The Angry Video Game Nerd to prevent trademark issues with Nintendo, and to allow Rolfe to also review games from non-Nintendo consoles.
      The Angry Video Game Nerd was a success and has gained a cult following, as well as the character appearing in various other media such as a feature-length film, various video games, and public appearances. Considered as one of the pioneering internet reviewers in its history, the Nerd was highly influential in bringing online video reviews to the mainstream public.
      Epic Game Music is a show that takes all your favorite video game music and remixes the songs into original masterpieces of sonic goodness. Featuring music videos shot in exciting locations to accompany the tones and riffs we all love. From the retro game era to the current console generation Epic Game Music’s guitar covers breathe new life into all corners of gaming music. Join James Ronald as he battles his way across the history of game music with his trusty electric battle guitar of justice!
      Full Lyrics:
      He's gonna take you back to the past
      To play the shitty games that suck ass
      He'd rather have a buffallo
      Take a diarrhea dump in his ear
      He'd rather eat the rotten asshole
      Of a road killed skunk and down it with beer
      He's the angriest gamer you've ever heard
      He's the Angry Nintendo Nerd
      He's the Angry Atari Sega Nerd
      He's the Angry Video Game Nerd

      When you turn on the TV
      Make sure it's tuned to channel three
      He's got a nerdy shirt and a pocket pouch
      Although I've never seen him write anything down
      He's got a powerglove and a filthy mouth
      Armed with his zapper he will tear these games down
      He's the angriest gamer you've ever heard
      He's the Angry Nintendo Nerd
      He's the Angry Atari Sega Nerd
      He's the Angry Video Game Nerd

      He plays the worst games of all time
      They're horrible abominations of mankind
      They make him so mad he can spit
      Or say cowabunga, Cowa-fuckin'-piece'a dog shit

      They rip you off and don't care one bit
      But this nerd, he doesn't forget it
      Why can't a turtle swim? Why can't I land the plane?
      They got a quick buck for this shitload of fuck
      The characters names are wrong. Why's the password so long?
      Why don't the weapons do anything?
      He's the angriest gamer you've ever heard
      These games suck so bad, he makes up his own words
      He's the angriest most pissed off gaming nerd
      He's the Angry...
      Atari
      Amiga
      CDI
      Colecovision
      Intellivision
      Sega
      Neo Geo
      Turbo Grafix 16
      Odyssey
      3DO
      Commodore
      Nintendo Nerd
      He's The Angry Video Game Nerd
      Kyle Justin is the composer of the Angry Video Game Nerd Theme for the AVGN series. He also portrays the "Guitar Guy" character in the webshow.
      Kyle Justin has acted in five episodes. In the Spider-Man episode he played the title character. In the Fester's Quest episode, he plays Cousin Itt whilst composing a parody version of the Addams Family theme song. Since the Battletoads episode, Justin was given his own persona as the Angry Video Game Nerd's "Guitar Guy" who lives behind his couch, and plays and sings his theme song.
      Twitter: https://twitter.com/epicgamemusic
      Facebook:
      https://www.facebook.com/epicgamemusic/
      Patreon:
      https://www.patreon.com/epicgamemusic
      Discord:
      https://discord.gg/MxCYz

    • Go Go Power Rangers // Go Go Angry Game Nerds ft. Julian Spillane || Epic Game Music

      1 month ago

      JamesRonald




      Go Go Power Rangers from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is a classic song so today on Epic Game Music my friend Julian Spillane and I mashed a version of Go Go Angry Game Nerd for an upcoming Angry Video Game Nerd Episode. Power Rangers OST was composed by Ron Wasserman and the lyrics for Go Go Angry Game nerd are by James Rolfe. This is remix of a song entitled Go Go Power Rangers Go Go Angry Game Nerd
      Power Rangers is an American entertainment and merchandising franchise built around a live action superhero television series. Produced first by Saban Entertainment, later by BVS Entertainment, and as of 2015 by SCG Power Rangers, the television series takes much of its footage from the Japanese tokusatsu Super Sentai, produced by Toei Company. The first Power Rangers entry, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, debuted on August 28, 1993, and helped launch the Fox Kids programming block of the 1990s, during which it catapulted into popular culture along with a line of action figures and other toys by Bandai. As of 2001, the media franchise has generated over $6 billion in retail sales worldwide.
      Despite initial criticism for its action violence targeted to child audiences, the franchise has continued, and as of 2017 the show consists of 24 television seasons of 20 different themed series and two theatrical films, with a third film coming out in 2017. In 2010, Haim Saban, creator of the series, regained ownership of the franchise after seven years under The Walt Disney Company.
      The Angry Video Game Nerd (abbreviated as AVGN, and originally known as The Angry Nintendo Nerd) is an American comedy retrogaming web series, created by and starring James Rolfe. The series centers on Rolfe's character "The Nerd", a short-tempered and foul-mouthed video game fanatic who delivers commentary and sketches on retro games he considers to be of poor quality. The show would later encompass reviews of gaming consoles, peripherals, and short lectures about video game history and culture.Starting out as an independent filmmaker, Rolfe intended for his earliest videos of the Nerd character to be a joke privately shown to his friends. With collaboration from his friend Mike Matei, Rolfe put the Angry Nintendo Nerd videos on his website, Cinemassacre.com, in 2004. In 2006, Matei persuaded Rolfe to put his work on YouTube, where it got popular. In 2007, the series became a program on ScrewAttack and GameTrailers, where it was renamed The Angry Video Game Nerd to prevent trademark issues with Nintendo, and to allow Rolfe to also review games from non-Nintendo consoles.
      The Angry Video Game Nerd was a success and has gained a cult following, as well as the character appearing in various other media such as a feature-length film, various video games, and public appearances. Considered as one of the pioneering internet reviewers in its history, the Nerd was highly influential in bringing online video reviews to the mainstream public.
      Epic Game Music is a show that takes all your favorite video game music and remixes the songs into original masterpieces of sonic goodness. Featuring music videos shot in exciting locations to accompany the tones and riffs we all love. From the retro game era to the current console generation Epic Game Music’s guitar covers breathe new life into all corners of gaming music. Join James Ronald as he battles his way across the history of game music with his trusty electric battle guitar of justice!
      "Go Go Power Rangers" is a single by Ron Wasserman who recorded the song as "Aaron Waters - The Mighty RAW." It was released by Saban Records, later renamed Saban Music Group of Saban Capital Group, on CD and cassette formats in the US on December 2, 1994, and in the UK December 14, 1994. The song serves as the opening theme for the first three seasons of the original Power Rangers series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. The song, with minor alterations of its lyrics, was also used for the mini-series Alien Rangers. The titular refrain, "Go Go Power Rangers!", has become a popular catchphrase associated with the show, and it has been used in several other themes for the series.
      The song was written, composed, and produced within a few hours after Wasserman viewed early footage of the original series.
      A cover of the song, performed by Noam Kaniel, has been used as the show's intro theme since 2011, starting with the 18th season of the franchise, Power Rangers Samurai. A rearrangement of Kaniel's version was used for 2013's Power Rangers Megaforce, revising some lyrics to reflect that season. Another rearrangement, again with revised lyrics, was later used for Power Rangers Dino Charge. Mordo

    • Night In The Woods Astral Alley (Guitar Remix) || Epic Game Music

      1 month ago

      JamesRonald



      Night In The Woods Astral Alley (second dream) a great song from an amazing game so today on Epic Game Music I dive into Night In The Woods soundtrack. The Night In The Woods OST was composed by Alec Holowka. This is remix of a song entitled “Astral Alley” from the second dream.

      NIGHT IN THE WOODS is an adventure game focused on exploration, story, and character, featuring dozens of characters to meet and lots to do across a lush, vibrant world.
      Night in the Woods is a single-player adventure video game for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, and PlayStation 4. It is developed by Infinite Fall, a studio founded by game designer Alec Holowka, and animator/illustrator Scott Benson. It is an exploration game focused primarily on story in which players control a cat named Mae, who recently dropped out of college and has returned to her hometown to find unexpected change. It was funded via crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, where it eventually earned over 400% of its US$50,000 funding goal.
      In December 2013, Holowka and Benson, along with co-writer Bethany Hockenberry, released a companion game titled Longest Night. In December 2014, a second supplemental game was released, titled Lost Constellation.

      College dropout Mae Borowski returns home to the crumbling former mining town of Possum Springs seeking to resume her aimless former life and reconnect with the friends she left behind. But things aren't the same. Home seems different now and her friends have grown and changed. Leaves are falling and the wind is growing colder. Strange things are happening as the light fades.
      And there's something in the woods.
      In 2017 join Mae on a trip through her hometown and into the dark on the other side.
      As Mae, players run, jump, and learn other mechanics that allow them to explore Possum Springs, a town populated by various anthropomorphic animals. Benson describes the key actions for the player are "explore, converse, see and touch", while Holowka describes their approach as "narrative-focused" rather than "gameplay-first". Players will also make decisions that affect the course of the story, though Benson has said, "it's more like 'do you hang out with this person?' Okay, cool. That person might not know you as well by the end of the game, but this person you hung out with, you're going to get to see their storyline."
      Epic Game Music is a show that takes all your favorite video game music and remixes the songs into original masterpieces of sonic goodness. Featuring music videos shot in exciting locations to accompany the tones and riffs we all love. From the retro game era to the current console generation Epic Game Music’s guitar covers breathe new life into all corners of gaming music. Join James Ronald as he battles his way across the history of game music with his trusty electric battle guitar of justice!


    • Legend of Zelda Main Theme (Guitar Remix) || Epic Game Music

      1 month ago

      JamesRonald




      Legend of Zelda Main Theme is an iconic song so today on Epic Game Music I switch it up on this theme. The OST was composed by Koji Kondo This is remix of a song entitled “Main Theme’ from Legend of Zelda. I’m doing a Legend of Zelda month due to Breath of the Wild coming out! Who’s excited for Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild and the Breath of the Wild OST?
      The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an action-adventure video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch and Wii U video game consoles. It is the 19th release in the main The Legend of Zelda series. The story is set in Hyrule and follows amnesiac protagonist Link, who awakens from a 100-year slumber to a mysterious voice that guides him to defeat Calamity Ganon.
      The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild departs from most games in the The Legend of Zelda series, as it features an open-world environment twelve times larger than the overworld in Twilight Princess, with less emphasis on defined entrances and exits to areas. Similar to the original The Legend of Zelda, the player is placed into the game's world with very little instruction, and is allowed to explore freely at their own pace.
      Players control Link, who can jump and climb almost any surface, and can find various items in the world, including weapons, shields, clothing, and food that can be eaten or cooked to restore health. Weapons break after excessive use, but many have multiple uses; for example, tree branches can be used to light fires, and shields can be used as makeshift snowboards. Throughout the game, Link possesses a piece of technology known as the Sheikah Slate, which provides players with a map and allows Link to create waypoints and investigate enemy stats. By discovering various runes, the Slate can be upgraded with various powers, including creating bombs, controlling magnetic objects, and stopping time around objects and enemies. Players keep track of both main and side quests given to them through the use of a quest log, which is called an Adventure Log within the game. If the player fulfills certain conditions, they are able to unlock an alternative ending of the game.
      In the distant past, the many races of Hyrule lived together in harmony, the Sheikah's blue aura providing life to the land, and everyone benefited from the Sheikah's advanced technology. That all ended when a beast that came to be known as Calamity Ganon appeared. 10,000 years later, after having reverted to a medieval state, the kingdom of Hyrule rediscovered the ancient technology left behind by their ancestors through excavation. Upon reading the prophecies their ancestors had left behind, they learned that Calamity Ganon would return, and that Hyrule would require the mechanical Guardians and Divine Beasts to stop it. Key members of Hyrule's various races were assembled to pilot these ancient machines and given the name pilot Champions. The Hero, the Princess, and the Champions attempted to stop the evil, but ultimately failed. The Calamity Ganon had turned the Guardians and Divine Beasts against the kingdom of Hyrule, causing it to collapse. The Hero was gravely wounded and taken to the Shrine of Resurrection. The Princess then used the last of her power and managed to temporarily seal Calamity Ganon inside Hyrule Castle.
      In the present, 100 years later, an amnesiac Link awakens from a deep sleep as a mysterious female voice guides him to the now ruined kingdom of Hyrule. He meets an old man and learns that Calamity Ganon has been sealed in Hyrule Castle for one hundred years. Although trapped, Calamity Ganon has continued to grow in power, and Link must defeat it before it breaks free and destroys the world.
      Epic Game Music is a show that takes all your favorite video game music and remixes the songs into original masterpieces of sonic goodness. Featuring music videos shot in exciting locations to accompany the tones and riffs we all love. From the retro game era to the current console generation Epic Game Music’s guitar covers breathe new life into all corners of gaming music. Join James Ronald as he battles his way across the history of game music with his trusty electric battle guitar of justice!

    • Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time Song of Storms (Guitar Remix) || Epic Game Music

      1 month ago

      JamesRonald



      Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time Song of Storms is an iconic song so today on Epic Game Music I switch it up on this theme. The OST was composed by Koji Kondo This is remix of a song entitled “Song of Storms’ from Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time. I’m doing a Legend of Zelda month due to Breath of the Wild coming out! Who’s excited for Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild and the Breath of the Wild OST?
      The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is an action-adventure video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64. It was first released in Japan and North America in November 1998, and in Europe and Australia the following month. Originally developed for the 64DD peripheral, the game was instead released on a 256-megabit cartridge, the largest-capacity cartridge Nintendo produced at that time. Ocarina of Time is the fifth game in the The Legend of Zelda series, and the first with 3D graphics. It was followed by a direct sequel, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, in 2000.
      In Ocarina of Time, the player controls the playable character Link in the land of Hyrule. Link sets out on a quest to stop Ganondorf, king of the Gerudo tribe, from obtaining the Triforce, a sacred relic that grants the wishes of its holder. He travels through time and navigates various dungeons to awaken the sages, who have the power to seal Ganondorf away forever. Music plays an important role: To progress, the player must learn to play several songs on an ocarina. The game was responsible for increased interest in and sales of the instrument.
      Ocarina of Time's gameplay introduced features such as a target-lock system and context-sensitive buttons that have since become common in 3D adventure games. In Japan, more than 820,000 copies were sold in 1998, making it the tenth best-selling game of that year. During its lifetime, 1.14 million copies of Ocarina of Time were sold in Japan, and over 7.6 million copies were sold worldwide. The game won the Grand Prize in the Interactive Art division at the Japan Media Arts Festival, and won six honors at the 2nd Annual Interactive Achievement Awards. As of 2016, it is the highest-rated game on review-aggregating site Metacritic, with a score of 99/100; in 2008 and 2010, Guinness World Records listed Ocarina of Time as the highest-rated game ever reviewed. It is considered by many critics and gamers to be the greatest video game of all time.
      Ocarina of Time has had four major rereleases. It was originally ported to the GameCube alongside Ocarina of Time Master Quest, which featured reworked dungeons with new puzzles, and was included in The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition. It was also ported to the iQue Player in 2003, and was made available via the Virtual Console service for the Wii and Wii U in 2007 and 2015 respectively. The rereleases were well received; although some critics considered the game outdated even during the initial rerelease, 2 other reviewers believed it had aged well. A remake for the Nintendo 3DS, Ocarina of Time 3D, was released in 2011 with updated graphics and new autostereoscopic 3D effects; it includes Master Quest's rearranged dungeons, which are absent from the Wii, Wii U, and iQue versions.
      Epic Game Music is a show that takes all your favorite video game music and remixes the songs into original masterpieces of sonic goodness. Featuring music videos shot in exciting locations to accompany the tones and riffs we all love. From the retro game era to the current console generation Epic Game Music’s guitar covers breathe new life into all corners of gaming music. Join James Ronald as he battles his way across the history of game music with his trusty electric battle guitar of justice!
      The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an upcoming action-adventure video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch and Wii U video game consoles. It is the 19th main installment in the The Legend of Zelda series and the first original game in the series developed with an HD resolution. The story is set in Hyrule and follows amnesiac protagonist Link, who awakens from a 100-year slumber to a mysterious voice that guides him to defeat Calamity Ganon.
      The title's gameplay and mechanics constitute a departure from the series' conventions, featuring an advanced physics engine, an open-world environment, voice acting, and the ability to play through the game's dungeons in any order. Announced in 2013, the game was initially planned for release as a Wii U exclusive in 2015. After being delayed multiple times, it is set for release worldwide on 3 March 2017. It will be a launch title for the Switch, as well as the final Nintendo-produced game for the Wii U.

    • Legend of Zelda Link's Awakening Tal Tal Heights ft. Zurachi (Guitar Remix) || Epic Game Music

      2 months ago

      JamesRonald




      Legend of Zelda Link's Awakening Tal Tal Heights is an iconic song so today on I’m joined by Zurachi Epic Game Music I switch it up on this theme. The OST was composed by Koji Kondo This is remix of a song entitled “Tal Tal Heights” from Link Awakening. I’m doing a Legend of Zelda month due to Breath of the Wild coming out! Who’s excited for Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild?
      The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, known as Zelda no Densetsu: Yume o Miru Shima (Japanese: ゼルダの伝説 夢をみる島?, lit. The Legend of Zelda: Dream Island) in Japan, is a 1993 action-adventure video game developed by Nintendo Entertainment Analysis & Development and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy. It is the fourth installment in the The Legend of Zelda series, and the first for a handheld game console.
      Link's Awakening began as a port of the Super NES title The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, developed after-hours by Nintendo staff. It grew into an original project under the direction of Takashi Tezuka, with a story and script created by Yoshiaki Koizumi and Kensuke Tanabe. It is one of the few Zelda games not to take place in the land of Hyrule, and does not feature Princess Zelda or the Triforce relic. Instead, protagonist Link begins the game stranded on Koholint Island, a place guarded by a creature called the Wind Fish. Assuming the role of Link, the player fights monsters and solves puzzles while searching for eight musical instruments that will awaken the sleeping Wind Fish and allow him to escape from the island.
      Link's Awakening was critically and commercially successful. Critics praised the game's depth and number of features; complaints focused on its control scheme and monochrome graphics. An updated re-release titled The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX, known in Japan as Zelda no Densetsu: Yume o Miru Shima DX, was released for the Game Boy Color in 1998 featuring color graphics, compatibility with the Game Boy Printer, and an exclusive color-based dungeon. Together, the two versions of the game have sold more than six million units worldwide, and have appeared on multiple game publications' lists of the best games of all time.
      Like most games in The Legend of Zelda series, Link's Awakening is an action-adventure game focused on exploration and combat. The majority of the game takes place from an overhead perspective. The player traverses the overworld of Koholint Island while fighting monsters and exploring underground dungeons. Dungeons steadily become larger and more difficult, and feature "Nightmare" boss characters that the player must defeat, taking different forms in each dungeon, and getting harder to defeat each time. Success earns the player heart containers, which increase the amount of damage the player character can survive; when all of the player's heart containers have been emptied, the game restarts at the last doorway entered by the character. Defeating a Nightmare also earns the player one of the eight instruments necessary to complete the game.
      Link's Awakening was the first overhead-perspective Zelda game to allow Link to jump; this enables sidescrolling sequences similar to those in the earlier Zelda II: The Adventure of Link.Players can expand their abilities with items, which are discovered in dungeons and through character interactions. Certain items grant access to previously inaccessible areas, and are needed to enter and complete dungeons. The player may steal items from the game's shop, but doing so changes the player character's name to "THIEF" for the rest of the game and causes the shopkeeper to knock out the character upon re-entry of the shop
      Epic Game Music is a show that takes all your favorite video game music and remixes the songs into original masterpieces of sonic goodness. Featuring music videos shot in exciting locations to accompany the tones and riffs we all love. From the retro game era to the current console generation Epic Game Music’s guitar covers breathe new life into all corners of gaming music. Join James Ronald as he battles his way across the history of game music with his trusty electric battle guitar of justice!
      The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an upcoming action-adventure video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch and Wii U video game consoles. It is the 19th main installment in the The Legend of Zelda series and the first original game in the series developed with an HD resolution. The story is set in Hyrule and follows amnesiac protagonist Link, who awakens from a 100-year slumber to a mysterious voice that guides him to defeat Calamity Ganon.
      The title's gameplay and mechanics constitute a departure from the series' conventions, featuring an advanced physics engine, an open-world environment, voice acting, and the ability to play through the game's dungeons in any order. The game was initially planned for release as a Wii U exclusive in 2015. After being delayed multiple times, it is set for release worldwide on 3 March 2017. It will be a launch title for the Switch.

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    Hey! My name is James and I run a YouTube channel called Epic Game Music!

    Epic Game Music is a show that takes all your favorite video game music and remixes the songs into original masterpieces of sonic goodness. Featuring music videos shot in exciting locations to accompany the tones and riffs we all love. From the retro game era to the current console generation Epic Game Music’s guitar covers breathe new life into all corners of gaming music. Join James Ronald as battles his way across the history of game music with his trusty electric battle guitar of justice!


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