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Age of Warriors
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Yie Ar Kung Fu, Renegade, Final Fight, Street Fighter II The World Warrior, Mortal Kombat, Eternal Champions, Saturday Night SlamMasters, Muscle Bomber, Killer Instinct, Virtua Fighter, Tekken, Fighters Megamix, Soulblade
Arcade, NES (Famicom), Sega Mega Drive (Genesis), Sega Saturn, SNES (Super Famicom), Sony PlayStation
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Jul 9, 2015 07:19 AM
Jul 9, 2015 07:19 AM
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"Project Ages is compilation of my many video game music remix/covers tributes made in the past six years. I have decided to re-release some of those tracks into themed albums in order to facilitate listeners to pick their own game/genre and listen to the music of those videogames and/or composers.
Fighting has been always a part of humanity and not matter how much we evolve it seems we can't shake the need to compete to be the best, to be at the top. Video games were quickly perceived as yet another medium in which to explore this human trait and despite earlier video games that had players fighting against each other, it was with the second coming of "Street Fighter" that arcades were set ablaze with fierce competition. The genre still holds out nowadays despite not being as popular as it was back in the 90's and I remain a big fan of testing my virtual fighting skills against fellow humans. Keep the violence on the screen! This album gather my video game music covers and remixes from several one-on-one fighting video games with a couple of side scrollers like "Renegade" and "Final Fight" and even wrestling awesomeness that is "Saturday Night SlamMasters" along side the more usual suspects such as "Street Fighter", "Mortal Kombat", "Eternal Champions" and "Killer Instinct". Hope these bring you some great memories, enjoy!" - Shiryu
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