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Game Boy Memoria XXV

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Release Date Sep 12, 2014
Publish Format Doujin/Indie
Release Price Name Your Price
Media Format Digital
Classification Arrangement
Published by Shiryu Music
Composed by Various
Arranged by Shiryu
Performed by Shiryu

Tracklist

Disc 1

01 GB Tetris Memoria 7:10
02 GB Super Mario Land Memoria 9:19
03 GB Solar Striker Memoria 4:39
04 GB Metroid II Memoria 3:21
05 GB Batman Memoria 5:22
06 GB Double Dragon Memoria 6:58
07 GB Nintendo World Cup Memoria 5:13
08 GB Castlevania Adventure Memoria 9:45
09 GB Operation C Memoria 2:32
10 GB Final Fantasy Adventure Memoria 10:38
11 GB Gargoyle's Quest Memoria 7:46
12 GB Robocop Memoria 3:59
13 GB Kirby's Dream Land Memoria 5:53
14 GB Kid Icarus Memoria 3:50
15 GB Super Mario Land 2 Memoria 12:11
16 GB Ninja Gaiden Shadow Memoria 3:21
17 GB Castlevania II Belmont's Revenge Memoria 14:45
18 GB Battletoads Memoria 6:36
19 GB Wario Land Memoria 10:20
20 GB Zelda Link's Awakening Memoria 10:32
Disc length 144:10

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Category
Game
Products represented
Tetris, Super Mario Land, Solar Striker, Metroid II, Batman, Double Dragon, Nintendo World Cup, Castlevania Adventure, Operation C, Final Fantasy Adventure, Gargooyle's Quest, Robocop, Kirby's Dream Land, Kid Icarus, Super Mario Land 2, Ninja Gaiden Shadow, Castlevania II, Battletoads, Wario Land, Zelda Link's Awakening
Platforms represented
Nintendo Game Boy

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Notes

"Saying the Game Boy had a huge influence in my upbringing is an understatement. Beside the old Donkey Kong Game &Watch, the Game Boy was my very first Nintendo console and introduced me to such classic Nintendo franchises as the Mario series. It was for the first time in gaming history a portable video game system with an impressive library of both first and third party titles. As usual it took a bit longer for the Game Boy to be release in Europe and even more so in my home country, but better late than never. Even folks that got the colour SEGA Game Gear instead of Nintendo's four shades of grey brick eventually could not deny the facts: the Game Boy was and is a stunning piece of hardware. What took me by surprise was the quality of the music of it's games, often rivalling the music I was used to from the mighty Commodore Amiga. This album is a celebration of the console's 25th anniversary. 1989 looks so far away now, but I still hold fond memories of reading about the Game Boy and wanting one. And when the day came I was not disappointed: Tetris, Solar Striker and Super Mario Land. My very first three games that made all the difference when I had to travel by bus or wait in the doctor's office. It's not something easy to comprehend nowadays because almost all of us carry with us powerful personal computers disguised as cellphones everywhere, and video games are now easily accessible a bit everywhere, but the Game Boy is where all of that began and this is my due tribute. Hope these twenty electronic covers of twenty of my personal favourite games bring you back wonderful memories. Thank you for existing, Nintendo! You always made my life much more tolerable. Enjoy the album! In memory of Gunpei Yokoi. Janitor, Handyman, Genius Designer" - Shiryu