Today’s Daily Briefs: latest episode of Nintendo Minute, but also…
- The Wonderful 101 soundtrack
- Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
- Breath of Fire soundtracks
Here’s the latest episode of Nintendo Minute which, once again, isn’t about a specific game:
Hi, we wanted to do a different type of debate today where we imagine ourselves as citizens of the Mushroom Kingdom and discuss a few topics that those who live there would find important. Pretty interesting to think about actually! Here are the topics we debate, what do you think? Which side of the issue would you be on? Let us know in the comment section below.
1. Mushroom Kingdom – natural beauty or excessive danger
2. Should airships be banned?
3. Should power-ups be regulated?
4. BONUS: Toads – should they wear more clothes?
As always, thank you so much for watching and we hope you have a great weekend. See you next week!
-Kit & Krysta
The Wonderful 101 soundtrack
Love the Wonderful 101 soundtrack? Want to buy it legally? If yes, you might want to do so asap, because it will be removed from online stores on December 31st.
Here’s the links:
Hideki Kamiya (Director) and Hiroshi Yamaguchi (Composer) left a message for players on the official PlatinumGames blog: click here to check it out!
From now until the end of December, PlatinumGames is going to count down the 10 most popular tracks from the Wonderful 101 soundtrack. This was the 10th most downloaded track:
— PlatinumGames Inc. (@platinumgames) October 21, 2016
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
For the 30th Anniversary of the Legend of Zelda series, Nintendo has been posting various articles on its Topics website. The latest one is an interview of Tadachi Sugiyama, which served as Director (it’s the only game where he was directly involved).
The interview is only available in Japan, but Nick Mosier was kind enough to translate it. Click here to check out the full translated interview!
Breath of Fire soundtracks
If you’re a fan of the Breath of Fire series, and especially its soundtrack, and would like to purchase the soundtrack albums for all three games in a DRM-free format… you now can! The Breath of Fire I ~ III Original Soundtrack Collection (previously exclusive to Japan) is now available from Capcom Store (192 DRM-free MP3 tracks) for just $14.99.
Click here for more details!