Post Kino Music Only. I will judge all submissions and determine if the song is kino or not.

Post Kino Music Only
I will judge all submissions and determine if the song is kino or not.

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Normally, a song like this would irritate me, and at first it did. But then I saw the irony. This is what I waited an hour for. This song perfectly describes this thread and the discussion in it. So much time passed I honestly thought this thread expired. Is this song kino, far from it. But it did make me laugh due to circumstance.

      Final score: Kino Today, Tomorrow Forgotten. 7/Kino

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Its just the inspector gadget theme with a slightly slower pace.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Reminder, that this frick had originally written Megalovania for Homestuck soundtrack and pulled it to his project only after Megalovania already had become official part of Homestuck.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      let the record show this post saved this thread

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Absolute peak of FGC music from the mid 90's to the early 2000's. I always found that Capcom was ahead of SNK in the music department, however, this is peak SNK. Capcom and SNK crafted some amazing big band sounds for their game.

        Final Score Mai Shiranui's Chest/Kino

        What a jolly little tune, with some complex ideas and a wonderful range. No obvious critiques with this one, through and through, put together and complete.

        Final Score: N64/Kino

        Great song, missing something to take it to that next level. FF music pre FFX set the bar high, and I wouldn't say this is a top 10 FF piece, therefore I can't deem it as kino.

        Final Score: Great Dialogue Music/Kino

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Normally, a song like this would irritate me, and at first it did. But then I saw the irony. This is what I waited an hour for. This song perfectly describes this thread and the discussion in it. So much time passed I honestly thought this thread expired. Is this song kino, far from it. But it did make me laugh due to circumstance.

      Final score: Kino Today, Tomorrow Forgotten. 7/Kino

      Its just the inspector gadget theme with a slightly slower pace.

      Reminder, that this frick had originally written Megalovania for Homestuck soundtrack and pulled it to his project only after Megalovania already had become official part of Homestuck.

      let the record show this post saved this thread

      Absolute peak of FGC music from the mid 90's to the early 2000's. I always found that Capcom was ahead of SNK in the music department, however, this is peak SNK. Capcom and SNK crafted some amazing big band sounds for their game.

      Final Score Mai Shiranui's Chest/Kino

      [...]
      What a jolly little tune, with some complex ideas and a wonderful range. No obvious critiques with this one, through and through, put together and complete.

      Final Score: N64/Kino

      [...]
      Great song, missing something to take it to that next level. FF music pre FFX set the bar high, and I wouldn't say this is a top 10 FF piece, therefore I can't deem it as kino.

      Final Score: Great Dialogue Music/Kino

      you gays really have SHIT taste.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      There is an odd sensation that comes with listening to Corrifoes of Time often takes over me. That sensation would be that of nostalgia. For one reason or another this song evokes that sensation within me, where I can forget about the worries of the world. It truly is a timeless piece. Gachi music as a whole, used to have a sense of irony, but one of fonder times. Now there is this melancholy when listenting to it as it also brings me back to yesteryear, a more innocent time, but one that I look back on with the same emotions evoked in the original piece. Time has enhanced this piece, sorta poetically in a way.

      Final Score: Billy/Kino

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      A simple song, with an idea that starts with a lot of tension and a good release. Would I say it does anything that sets it miles apart from any other 8-bit compositions? No, but I can see how it would be memorable to those who listened to it, due to the era in which it released.

      Final Score: Above average 8-bit/Kino

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      A very plucky piece with an excellent hook and complex ideas that build off one another. I must say I was worried about getting bored listening to the track, yet that never happened. It does have a very dated sound, but in a very pleasant way. The elements building on top of one another. I do think the guitar solo that occurs a little bit halfway through the song is unnecessary and almost out of place. The refrain after however is a brilliant motif that I wish was played with a little more. It is chaotic, and a cacophony of sounds that comes together very nicely.

      Final Score: Crazy 8/Kino

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    ?si=QEGo1gUuuyl0gwUc

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      While this track is a SNK song, it comes after the peak of fighting game music, the jazzy renditions I have come to love. Then again, this was for an animated show, not a fighting game. This sounds painfully generic, and I can find very little about this piece that I would describe as Kino. This was during a time where SNK was really trying to rebrand themselves, something they never could do even to this day. In a way, it is the embodiment of everything the franchise has been for a while, lets hope that City of the Wolves can bring the franchise back.

      Final Score: A Street Fighter 6 Track/Kino

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Hey isnt this from that overrated as frick game?
    Chrono Black person was it?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It's a timeless classic. It is the "black" of RPGs. Never went out of style

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Hmm... Pieces like this always conflict me, as this piece sounds incredibly derivative. You could tell me that this song was either from God of War or Assassin's Creed, and I wouldn't bat an eye. These songs trying so hard to sound ritualistic, have become ritualistic in their making, a woman chanting nothings into the void over some sound in the background. I will say, the instrument that sounds like a harpiscord is a nice addition, but doesn't match the period very well for what they were trying to convey, but it is the only interesting part of this piece.

      Final Score: Zero Dawn/Kino

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Two very different moods, both excellent.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I am bored of the ambiance, so I will settle for the need for speed piece. I will say, for being a pump and dump game, this track does have some soul, and no right to be this good. It is a product of its time, an early 2000's rave, and for what it aims to achieve it does so very well. I will say, I was hoping for some sort of pay off around the 2:20 mark, and I thought it was going to build to something even greater. But, then again, this is a main menu theme that you are only going to listen to a minute at most before you hit play, and for that reason, I can't fault its brevity. What a wonderful little composition, and maybe my favorite track from a 2000's racing game behind this gem.

      Final Score: Need For Soul/Kino

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >and maybe my favorite track from a 2000's racing game
        Need for speed II came out in 1997.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Xenoblade Chronicles X

      Final Score: Wii U/Kino

      ?si=-MBG_mnKtB5ffa4G

      What a nice melody and a brilliant vocal performance. This does not fall into the trope as I expressed my distaste for before, with random chanting over drums, but a brilliant almost gaelic melody dancing up and down with the piano. It is short, and I wish I could have spent more time with this piece building on its wonderful idea, and my only complaint is that there is not more of it.

      Final Score: 2B's Ass/Kino

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      god this song gives me ptsd
      frick this game's soundtrack with a rake

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    ?si=-MBG_mnKtB5ffa4G

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >ost for a game I never played

    ?si=iJg-VrawnI7z8MHg

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I can see the idea that they were going for, and I was excited to see where it led, but ultimately a song that I thought had potential led to nowhere. The vocal performance starts flat, which I think adds to the eerie nature of the song, the harsh violins you want there to be a release, fearing they never come. Then a reprieve, only to enter the same sound that we once were in. It is a shame, the layering of the vocals was well done and the hook of the old crone does pull you in. However, this song makes me feel lost, much like its sound.

      Final Score: Wrong Turn/Kino

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I hate this song, I hate this style, I hate this comedy. My personal bias aside, it is a perfect arrangement for what it aims to do, granted I can not listen to it for long as I feel like I would go insane. However, the smug laugh of the singer makes me feel that is the intent. Maybe we all go insane in our quest for love.

      Final Score: Long to Hate Learn to Love, 7/Kino

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >cut from the game

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Rapid Fire Reviews

      >cut from the game
      Nothing crazy, there is a reason it was cut.

      Final Score: Game Over/Kino

      This song sounds painfully anime, but definitely a product of its time. The percussion carries this piece, as this song has drive, which would be important for a game like this. And for that, soul. Plus these little mechs are fun to watch in Salty Bet.

      Final Score: 90's Japan/Kino

      https://youtu.be/4Qp0_NE8M1c?si=KRBvIzHCQOx7H_Ok

      ?si=c2TuLAOJHeulIzs0

      I appreciate the choice, the Donkey Kong Country sound font is legendary, and you could have picked any of the go to DKC songs, but you chose one more often forgotten. However, a Kino Gem this is not. We were looking for diamonds and found an emerald.

      Final Score: DKC 3/Kino

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2UzR6XOw_U

      Much like the Digimon, this is a soulless ripoff for a soulless franchise that is pokemon. At least they gave us Renamon.

      Final Score: Pokemon Sword/Kino

      >and maybe my favorite track from a 2000's racing game
      Need for speed II came out in 1997.

      What a great gottem. Congrats. Its now my favorite racing game piece from the 90's. Here's a clip from a little indie 90's anime.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You're a soulless ripoff of your father, at least he gave your school bullies an easy, feminine target

        Final Score: wienergobbler/Black person

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    Anonymous
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    Anonymous

    ?si=KRBvIzHCQOx7H_Ok

    ?si=c2TuLAOJHeulIzs0

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    Anonymous
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    Anonymous

    %3D

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I like this piece, but it is missing something, I dont know what. The future techno hook and synthetic sounds I did not enjoy, but there is a fusion of this past meets present that I like. I think the piano in this piece is what really carries it, as well as the melody that follows, but the painful parts in the beginning elevate these elements due to their superiority.

      Final Score: Synthetic Soul/Kino

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0ZLguFSlc0

      I had to listen to this a couple of times to come to my final conclusion. This song has drive, and a lot of it. The small vocals at the beginning are catchy, a nice hook before the track begins to take off. The percussion carries the song the rest of the way. I can see the flashing lights as I speed through some underground tunnel. However, It comes close to being Kino, but something is missing, I don't know what.

      Final Score: Drive/Kino

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    Anonymous
  20. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This song always hits me the hardest. As a kid, I thought it was boring but man, it's now one of, if not my favourite video game composition.

    I hope you think it'd kino too.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The Zelda Overworld leitmotif, is a timeless classic, and its use within the credit roll of the game is an excellent choice as it wraps up the legend that you just went on. It is filled with much soul, something modern Zelda's have lacked. Maybe this is because they abandoned their roots, unlike Link to the Past, which stands proudly on the shoulders of its predecessor. While, I believe the peak of the Zelda's Franchise music came within OoT, you should not listen to the ramblings of some anon online to decide what is kino for you. It has become somewhat fashionable to make fun of the Zelda franchise, which is understandable, as they are easy to make fun of. That will never invalidate the joy I had of walking through a Seers with my mother when I held my first console in my hands in the year 2001. While this track is not kino to me, I understand why you have come to that conclusion.

      Final Score: 9/Kino

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Nicely put anon. thanks for your insight.

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    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This is it. This has everything. Layering, tension, climax, release, drive, and most importantly. Soul.

      Final Score: Kino

      Another banger. Groovy while also very punchy but not over the top. This is very much a time capsule to the early 2000's and its influence is quite clear. Its synthetic sound would make you believe there is no soul, but there is something here.

      Final Score: Darude/Kino

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZacS1D-PCzA

      This sounds like slop, get it out of my thread. This is now my least favorite racing game track of all time.

      Final Score: CyberPunk 2077/Kino

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Good day, anon. Unfortunately, people, who can understand your words, can already hear that in the songs without reading your "reviews". And those, who can't, just consider you to be a deranged autists (you actually are, but for a different reason). So unless you are practicing to be game journalist, please, cease these activity. In case you are practicing to become a game journalist - please, cease yourself.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Why the frick would I want to be a game journalist. I said I would be the arbiter if a song was kino or not. And clearly, some people need guidance, as there was a ton of slop that was posted that I think was more than fair too. I am sorry your Forza song was shit. What is a man without his word? I said I would review each song, and I am sticking to my word.

          At least you can still listen to the SSH arrangement for the first time

          Who knew Thunder Force has such Kino. Thank you for having taste Anon.

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    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I am actually blown away by the intro to this piece. For a game named Thunder Force, it lives up to its name. This song has drive, and just when you think it's going to drag, it has an amazing payoff that is incredibly satisfying that is only made more impressive by the physical limitations of the hardware of that time. This is a masterpiece. It is a shame I will only get a first listen once.

      Final Score: Kino

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        At least you can still listen to the SSH arrangement for the first time

  25. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Rapid Fire Review

      Incredible Spritework, Incredible sound. Passion.

      Armageddon/Kino

      https://youtube.com/watch?v=VeTEiOOc22M&pp=ygUZTmFtY28geCBjYXBja20ga2luZyB0aGVtZQ%3D%3D

      Indifference. Odd to see where Tekken has come from and gone.

      Tekken 8/Kino

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLsX9WUdYnU

      Machine Soul.

      Average Warhammer Game/Kino

      https://youtube.com/watch?v=2gWGbmGD7r8&pp=ygURc2Y0IHNha3VyYSB0aGVtZSA%3D

      A natural evolution of an iconic theme for an iconic character. However, the Alpha 2 rendition will always be superior in my eyes. A sad reminder of what SF music used to be.

      Street Fighter 4/Kino

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnXIJK_D3I0

      A lot of missed potential in this piece. The melody and the violin are gorgeous and carry this idea, but the synths I find almost distracting. Its so close to perfection. But it has great tension and release. This song was a very enjoyable listen.

  26. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    %3D%3D

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    Anonymous
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    Anonymous

    %3D

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    Anonymous
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    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      when does this play in Galleria?

      Last thing I did was beat up the final boss of part 2

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        IIRC it plays a couple of times during cutscenes in part 2, but not in gameplay.

  31. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This is my favorite KoF OST

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    Anonymous
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    Anonymous

    Time for a banger

    ?si=osRGyj6lmQASCB95

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Its a Sonic song. Interpret that as you will.

      Final Score: Chili Dog/Kino

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=at9DEykEMHI

      Something about this song just sounds like a cheesy sitcom from the 90's. It feel devoid of soul, and tried to be manufactured soul and family values.

      Final Score: Bob Saget/Kino

      https://youtu.be/yrtpxLlOp7g

      As much as I want to hate Pizza Tower since I don't personally the aesthetic, I can put past my personal bias and admit this track slaps. You have no idea where this song it going to take you, then suddenly you find yourself in a sea shanty, to the most groovy bassline and ride. Chaotic, much like the game itself, and for that, its an groovy composition.

      Final Score: Flavor Town/Kino

      terra's theme or ff6's airship theme

      ff6 has so much good music in general, uematsu is the best

      FF6 was the peak of not only FF, but Final Fantasy Music in general. Shadow's theme is also a banger.

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    Anonymous
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    Anonymous
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    Anonymous

    terra's theme or ff6's airship theme

    ff6 has so much good music in general, uematsu is the best

  39. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    God I wish sound webms were allowed on most/all boards

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    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Not OP but reminds me of Ecco.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This is honestly a technical marvel, to come out in 1996 for an eroge. This is a passion and love for a waifu. I am still in disbelief that something could sound so crisp and clear. Listened to a few other tracks as well from the game to get a feel, and this is a masterpiece.

      Kino

      Did none of you frickers have PCs growing up?

      99% of this shit is console music

      After listening to the tracks above, these pieces are an embarrassment to 90's PC music as a whole. They are messy, and devoid of any meaning or ideas.

      Final Score: 0/2000

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >After listening to the tracks above, these pieces are an embarrassment to 90's PC music as a whole
        MechWarrior 1 came out in 1989 so the joke's on you

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >using the same techniques as the C64 SID masters
      unfathomably based, this is so fricking good

  41. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Did none of you frickers have PCs growing up?

    99% of this shit is console music

  42. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Rapid Reviews.

      Peak Gundam, No Thunder Force

      Final Score: A Space Opera/Kino

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M33YLg4PzAI

      Kino

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p636Rw_L3XU

      Trash Song

      I always liked the Monster Girls Quest Soundtrack and listen to it often, it has pretty good music for a H game in my opinion.

      just pick whatever you like.

      The second best eroge music I have listened to today.

      Final Score: Post-Nut Clarity/Kino

      Lufia 2 has the best soundtrack

      >Lufia 2
      Inferior FF6 Soundtrack, which still makes it a Banger, just less so.

      Final Score: FF9/Kino

      >After listening to the tracks above, these pieces are an embarrassment to 90's PC music as a whole
      MechWarrior 1 came out in 1989 so the joke's on you

      And they should have waited another 10 years to release it if they wanted to make something palatable for the ears. This is no kino, this is no soul. Its 1989 PC shovelware slop.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >This is no kino, this is no soul. Its 1989 PC shovelware slop.
        Shovelware is the dozens of shitty rip offs MechWarrior 1 spawned. Such as gay ass games Japanese like the Armored Core franchise which you probably love

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Don't worry, these zoomers cannot appreciate how great Mechwarrior was 🙁

  43. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Disregard moron. Keep reviewing and enjoying yourself

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    Anonymous
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    Anonymous
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    Anonymous

    I always liked the Monster Girls Quest Soundtrack and listen to it often, it has pretty good music for a H game in my opinion.

    just pick whatever you like.

  47. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Lufia 2 has the best soundtrack

  48. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    this song is prefect for going and the speed of sound on a track who's barely wide enough for 2 cars, but has 30 racers, and is instant death on both sides, with jumps and loops and tight turns. you're 15th with the first places up ahead on the final lap, you decide to spend all your shield power to boost ahead, a single love tap to your side would turn your car into a fireball of junk. but you pull through and get the first place with a mere tenth of a second up on the second place as the low power alarm is blaring.
    this game is a masterpiece.
    the entire OST is like this, and the remastered tracks are nice (it's missing the disk drive extra tracks and the devil forest theme)

    sad that a game like this cannot be made anymore, even GX pales in comparison. people would whine that it's too unforgiving, but it's what makes it intense and charming

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      While good, a devolution of the series in my opinion. No F-Zero track will top Big Blue. Still a great piece, just the bar was set so high from its predecessor.

      Final Score: Falcon Kick/Kino

      https://youtu.be/ckdgxoEDK74?si=MoIyiOXHZ3ofWFJs

      Anime Ambiance. Nothing more Nothing Less.

      Final Score: Sword Art Online/Kino

      https://youtu.be/AgDYV_IbPuo?si=sS_Lqf32vVRlEHgL

      Just a very messy, muddy arrangement that is nostalgia bait without understanding what makes older bit music good.

      Final Score: Uninspired/Kino

      You can rightfully shit on open world survival crafting all you want, but ARK's soundtrack is fricking fire, Gareth Coker is a genius.

      You said I can shit on open world survival, but I can also shit on this soundtrack as well. You only get one song, and I picked the main theme. Its the modern just ambient music, have a girl going ahhhhh over some meaningless droll in the background. I would never put this on to listen too. Its a shame too, there was alot of potential in the track, but absolutly butchered by falling for the modern trope of have girl just say ahhh.

      Final Score: Horizon Foridden West/Kino

      >This is no kino, this is no soul. Its 1989 PC shovelware slop.
      Shovelware is the dozens of shitty rip offs MechWarrior 1 spawned. Such as gay ass games Japanese like the Armored Core franchise which you probably love

      The songs are not good, if you find enjoyment, don't let me take that from you. They are just lacking elements that transcend them, especially when your original complaint was a lack of PC music when superior Kino was posted before you.

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    Anonymous

    ?si=MoIyiOXHZ3ofWFJs

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    Anonymous

    ?si=sS_Lqf32vVRlEHgL

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    Anonymous

    ?si=4IWr4fHgIgG0C7I6

    ?si=xYeznCGKZ5MQSZ8x

    ?si=mg958Pna5C97heq9

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Listened to Hazy Moon. Banger. All the elements build around the percussion line very well, and the transitions between ideas are seemless.

      Final Score: 8/10

      Judge my choice OP

      Yugioh Music is a surprising high bar of songs to choose from. While not fair due to the technical differences between the two games, I have a slight preference for the Duelist of the Roses soundtrack. Still has no right to be this good for a children's card game.

      Final Score: Dark Magician Girl/Kino

  52. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You can rightfully shit on open world survival crafting all you want, but ARK's soundtrack is fricking fire, Gareth Coker is a genius.

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    Anonymous
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    Anonymous

    https://litter.catbox.moe/iyvplx.mp3

    https://litter.catbox.moe/wze0yq.mp3

    https://litter.catbox.moe/sh7o8f.mp3

  55. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Red Hot Juice
    Ultra violet
    Flock off
    Mental Machine
    Devils Never Cry
    Taste the Blood
    Cerberus Battle
    Doppleganger Battle
    Vergil battle 1,2&3
    Shall Never Surrender
    Swipe of Sword
    Lock and Load
    Devil Trigger
    Crimson Cloud
    Subhuman
    The Duel
    Bury the Light

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Also forgot
      Public Enemy
      Psycho Siren
      Legendary Battle
      Roar Roar Roar

  56. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Judge my choice OP

  57. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    ?si=GSahnO1AldFTUCFl

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Ambient music ideas done right, a fun little escape to listen to, but not one I would long to stay in.

      Final Score: 6/Kino

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzJjFCq80Yg

      Rose's Theme did it better.

      Final Score: FF2/Kino

      Killing Moon did it MUCH better

      Final Score: Ken Masters/Kino

      Does a girl going Da da da, really add anything to this piece? No, its jarring and distracting, as well as hearing her inhale. Maybe if I played the game and had an attachment to this girl or understood the context, I would think differently, but as of now, not kino.

      Final Score: Sad Lullaby/Kino

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    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It's not technically "vidya" per se but I'm going to hit you with this anyway for good Robo music: https://youtu.be/lGFWd_0qesw

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      A very simple loop that is pleasant on the ears, I love the swap between major and minor keys that allows for the music to have the same basic structure but two completely different feelings that are not out of place within the same song, and the accompanying backtrack is interesting. Simple, and to the point, and very enjoyable.

      Final Score: Simple/Kino

      Yeah? Here's your kino bro

      Korean Gacha slop that wants to be a Neir Automata song so bad. Wants to say something deep, but uses surface level Christian imagery to say nothing profound within its lyrics, not that its target Korean/gacha slop demographic would know.

      Final Score: Gacha Game/Kino

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      you gays really have SHIT taste.

      Oh, I fricking despise that track. Its not good. Its the fact, that was the only post an hour into the thread and thats I was greeted with that made it funny to me, so it got a pass.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You skipped me on purpose

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Which one were you anon?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          It was too KINO to review

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          If you were the Dewprism review, the comment directed towards the Robocop track was meant for your track. I am sorry.

          >anon knows nothing about PM, listened to ten seconds of song and called it a day
          Final Score: Dumb Reviewer/Kino

          What are you crying about?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >anon knows nothing about PM, listened to ten seconds of song and called it a day
        Final Score: Dumb Reviewer/Kino

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >PMaggots already crawling out of the woodwork
          Your game and song sucks, get over it.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >how dare you like a video game I don't
            Final Score: Mad/Kino

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Why is this song not Kino? The reason is that it tries too hard to be profound, and in its pursuit of trying to be deep/transcendent it fails to achieve such a mark. The intro of having choir girls singing a church hymn is supposed to evoke a sense of innocence to be later contrasted with the fall later in the song. The Realm of Light talks about how no one cares, which in a sense is sorta ironic, because under this shallow veil of Christ, it is right. I do not care. It drags far too long, and does nothing to captivate me as the listener of the track. In that sense it succeeds, almost prophetic. And what is the payoff? Just hasty ramblings about how they were not innocent this entire time? That they are "infected," corrupted with sin, and that they were going to be reborn and transcend their mortal flesh? You know who else did that first, like 2000 years ago? Jesus. It's been told before, I don’t need to hear it again. It's not Kino. Go read the Bible or something.

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    Anonymous

    Yeah? Here's your kino bro

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    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Honestly, the fact they had the gall to sell this to people, makes it go from an unlistenable cacophony of sounds to something even greater. Someone's job was to make it, and another one to give it the greenlight, and they actually sold it. Knowing what the actual game is, its even better.

      Kino

  65. 3 weeks ago
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    ?si=SmUHrgvB_UKSWsi2
    not a single dragon quest so I will fix that

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You in fact didn't have to fix it. This song does a job and thats it.

      Final Score: Town Theme/Kino

      https://youtu.be/dUpQTvj0geY

      Nice Jazzy and upbeat, however, I think the climax of the song is a bit underwhelming and overly simplistic, especially for how much tension builds within the song.

      Final Score: Lopunny/Kino

  66. 3 weeks ago
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    >SadFM

  67. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    e-girlkon kino

  68. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    STEP ASIDE!

    HERE COMES THE FACTORY THEMED LEVELS

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    Not my absolute first pick of kino, but I know that no one else will have already posted this one

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Based Soul Trilogy enjoyer. It's rare finding people that like Soul Blazer.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Btw I didn't sage your thread. Was from a previous (shit) thread.

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    How does water get on the floating islands if they’re above the clouds?

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    ?si=GUGtXBsklnBRgAtC&t=240

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