This gives me a feeling of nostalgia for a thing that never actually happened.
It's actually pretty passable for legit video game tunes from a certain era. The water level song could also be an ice level song maybe.
The cascading downward melody bit on the water level cracked me up every damn time
This took me on an unexpected journey.
I've seen this video before, and man do I love it. I have very fond memories of my SNES and N64. It gets said a lot, but gaming was different back then. Consoles played games and nothing else - just turn it on with a game inside and go. Multiplayer modes were local split screen only, and almost always an afterthought. The games themselves were usually pretty rough around the edges too... developers couldn't "just do anything" so they had to make what they had work. The music was no exception, and I think it's all the better for it.
Anyways, here's some tunes this video made me think about
* [Paper Mario - Clouds Over Flower Fields](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYP3yRghPdo
* [Paper Mario - Over Shiver Mountain](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=to6cVeHBxnU
* [Bomberman Hero - Redial](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qutUyQqhjdM
* [Super Smash Bros. - Metal Crystal](https://youtu.be/fVhMqN5eGq8?list=PLD6D74CA0C865B2B5
actually I'm going to stop there. If you have a favorite video game song, please reply with it because I love this stuff.
This is brilliant. LOVE the deadpan/angry eyes staring into my soul as I giggled. Air level was the best for sure.
I want to play the game that comes with this music.
Wow that final boss music sounded like something from Crash Bandicoot.
This dude is wicked talented.
Zelda Link to the Past
Secret of Mana