Metal Gear Solid

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  1. ToastedBagel

    ToastedBagel New Member

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    Great video game music or greatest video game music?

    The scene where he does the handshake thingy with otacon and the theme music kicks in is truly epic.
     
  2. Falconer

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    I have one of the soundtracks for that game (there are two, I believe).
     
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    AkaiOokami Hero of the Hounds

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    I can't agree more.

    I think Kojima's music selections are really up there with Nubuo Uematsu of the Final Fantasy projects.
     
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    I like Ninja Gaiden's 8-bit music.
     
  5. Falconer

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    The level with the mining carts and the crazy green jumping ninjas had :bowdown: music. I don't remember the stage number.

    And some of the ending songs accessible from the soundtest mode (you need a code) were awesome, too.
     
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    Do you know the code? Do you need a game shark?

    Some band came through town about a year ago, whose thing was covering old video game music. The Ninja Gaiden selections were soooo cool.

    Empire Strikes Back for GBC had awesome music too, although some of it was just the licensed music.
     
  7. Falconer

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    From gamefaqs.com.

    Sound Test

    When the screen says Techmo Presents 1989:
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    Hold A, B, Left, Down, Select, and press Start

    It used to take me a few tries to get it right. Some of the music is really cool, tho, and I never heard it in the game. Maybe cuz I couldn't ever get past the last stage.
     

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