If you're new to the site, SuperPhillip's Favorite VGMs are simply my personal favorite video game tracks or video game music (VGM). Settle down, kick off your shoes, and get ready to listen to five fantastic tracks.
v366. Tales of Symphonia - The Kingdom City of Meltokio
Meltokio is a vast and historic city fitting for royalty.This majestic theme resembles such a medieval metropolis with its heavy use of the harpsichord and feudal flair.
v367. Super Smash Bros. Melee -
Multi Man Melee 1
Remember that time in Super Smash Bros. Melee when you fought one-hundred members of the Fighting Polygon team in order to unlock Falco? Well, this is the theme that plays as you try to accomplish such a daring, tumultuous task. Full of hard rock and taking bits from the Melee main melody.
v368. Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz - Credits Theme
The credits theme of the Super Monkey Ball series is always interactive. In Banana Blitz you used the pointer of the Wii remote to maneuver your monkey (as dirty as that may sound) through a maze of staff names. This song itself is a medley of the themes of each of the game's ten worlds.
v369. Diddy Kong Racing - Wizpig's Races
All right, you little worms. The mysterious Wizpig has challenged you to a race, and it's a matter of life and retrying the race all over again. From Diddy Kong Racing, one of my favorite kart racers period, it's the haunting theme of Wizpig's Races. Rev up, and rock out.
v370. Banjo-Tooie - Glitter Gulch Mine
Banjo-Tooie recently hit the Xbox Live Arcade, and while I prefer Banjo-Kazooie since its worlds weren't as expansive to the point of being tedious and confusing, Tooie was still a great game. This theme plays during the second world, the underground gold mine, Glitter Gulch Mine.
Adieu until next week!