Monday, November 9, 2009

SuperPhillip's Favorite VGMs - Out of Early Retirement Edition

How long has it been since my VGMs went into hiding? I shiver just thinking about it. Oh, VGMs, how we have sorely missed you! Welcome back, dear friends! This week we're getting back into the groove with Professor Layton, Ratchet & Clank, Samus Aran, and more! Let's get right on to it!

v426. Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box - Theme of Pandora's Box (Live Version)

From the official soundtrack of Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box, it's the live version of the game's theme. I love this game and hate it at the same time. I love it when I solve a puzzle, and I hate it when I get stuck on one... or seventy.

v427. Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales - Field

Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales is two different gameplay types in one. On one hand you have the mini-games, and the second you have the card duel game. This theme plays on the field map of the game.

v428. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai - Challengers

I don't particularly care for the source material, but the games are another story. Dragon Ball Z Budokai has seen six games including the Tenkaichi series. While Budokai is more DBZ in the skin of a fighter, Tenkaichi is like playing the cartoon. This song is entitled Challengers, and it's one of the many battle themes.

v429. Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando - Planet Oozla

Planet Oozla is a marshy planet full of swamp water for Ratchet to drown in if he isn't careful. Going Commando alongside Up Your Arsenal are my personal favorites in the series. The upcoming A Crack in Time will be a definite purchase when it comes out at the end of October.

v430. Metroid Prime - Ice Valley (Phendrana Deep Lake Area)

Venture into the icy depths of Phendrana's waters as Samus searches for the Gravity Suit. Phendrana Drift has some of the best ambiance in a video game in my personal opinion, and this music only enhances it, don't you think?

There we go. That wraps up this week of my favorite VGMs. Tune in next week for five more classic tunes that I have in store for you!

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