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KBGaming&&Music posted a topic in General DiscussionNow, this might not even be something people discuss, we wouldn't know since it does fall under fandom. Anyway, we discussed this sometime ago, and came up with a list of songs that fit the personality of various Final Fantasy characters, trying to be era-accurate when possible. (era-accurate meaning that the song must of been recorded before the game's initial release) So, here we go. Final Fantasy: WoL: Era-Accurate: War Pigs/Luke's Wall; Paranoid; Black Sabbath, 1975, Proto Metal; Guitar Hero II (WaveGroup Cover), Rock Band DLC (WaveGroup Cover) Era-Non-Accurate (but more suited to their personality): Cry Thunder; The Power Within; DragonForce, 2012, Power Metal; Rock Band 3 DLC (PRO ENABLED) Garland/Chaos: Era-Accurate: Institutionalized; Suicidal Tendencies, 1983, Punk; Guitar Hero II (WaveGroup Cover), Tony Hawk's American Wasteland (Senses Fail Cover) Era-Non-Accurate: Bat Country; City of Evil; Avenged Sevenfold, 2005, Metal; Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock (actually, we agreed that Bat Country could apply to several Final Fantasy characters) Bahamut: Era-Accurate: Carry On Wayward Son; Leftoverture; Kansas, 1976, Rock; Guitar Hero II (WaveGroup Cover), Guitar Hero Smash Hits/Greatest Hits, Rock Band Unplugged, Rock Band DLC Era-Non-Accurate: Heart of A Dragon; Valley of the Damned; DragonForce, 2001-2003; Custom Charted for Phase Shift/Clone Hero by Lordsnynencja (FoF Fan Forums-single stem) (Bahamut appears in several FF games but we agreed that Bahamut shows the most personality in the first game) Final Fantasy II: Firion: Era-Accurate: Livin' On A Prayer; Slippery When Wet; Bon Jovi, 1986, Rock; Guitar Hero World Tour, Rock Band (several iterations including PRO ENABLED for Rock Band 3) Era-Non-Accurate: --- Maria: Era-Accurate: Crazy On You; Dreamboat Annie; Heart, 1975, Rock; Guitar Hero II (WaveGroup Cover) Era-Non-Accurate: Woman; Wolfmother, 2004, Rock; Guitar Hero II (WaveGroup Cover), Guitar Hero Smash Hits/Greatest Hits "Emperor" Mateus (we agreed long ago that there's nothing that actually makes Mateus 'emperor' of anything but that's out of scope) Era-Accurate: Caught in A Mosh; Among the Living; Anthrax, 1989; Metal; Guitar Hero ENCORE: Rocks the 80's (WaveGroup Cover), Guitar Hero Smash Hits/Greatest Hits Era-Non-Accurate: Waking the Demon; Scream, Aim, Fire!; Bullet For My Valentine, 2008, Metal; Rock Band 2 DLC, Rock Band Unplugged DLC Final Fantasy III: "Sprout" Onion Knight: (nickname courtesy of Aylee) Era-Accurate: Rock You Like A Hurricane; Love at First Sting; Scorpions, 1984, Rock; Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock (Steve Ouimette Cover) Era-Non-Accurate: Today; Siamese Dream; The Smashing Pumpkins, 1995, Rock; Guitar Hero World Tour, Rock Band 2, Rock Band Unplugged "Minerva" Cloud of Darkness (name given by Amy) Era-Accurate: Killing Jar; Peepshow; Siouxsie and the Banshees, 1988, Rock; Rock Band 2 DLC, Rock Band Unplugged Era-Non-Accurate: Beast and the Harlot; City of Evil; Avenged Sevenfold, 2005, Metal; Guitar Hero II (WaveGroup Cover), Guitar Hero Smash Hits/Greatest Hits Final Fantasy IV: (we had some quarrels over this one lolz) Cecil Harvey/Highwind (point of contention): Era-Accurate: YYZ; Moving Pictures; Rush, 1983, Prog; Guitar Hero II (WaveGroup Cover-one we believe is awful), Guitar Hero Smash Hits/Greatest Hits, Rock Band 2 DLC (Rock Band 2 had a lot of DLC releases-if one downloaded them all it's over 28 GB worth of music-just a little factoid) Era-Non-Accurate: Move Along; All-American-Rejects, 2005, Rock; Rock Band DLC, Rock Band Unplugged Kain Highwind: Era-Accurate: Turning Japanese; New Clear Days; The Vapors, 1980; Rock; Guitar Hero ENCORE: Rocks the 80's (WaveGroup Cover-one of their best), Rock Band 3 DLC (PRO ENABLED) (actually, we also agreed that Turning Japanese would definitely apply to several characters but it fits Kain to a tee) Era-Non-Accurate: Stricken; Ten Thousand Fists; Disturbed, 2005, Metal; Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock; Guitar Hero 5 DLC (we also agreed that Stricken and several other Disturbed songs would fit other characters) Rosa: Era-Accurate: Holy Diver; Dio, 1983, Metal; Guitar Hero ENCORE: Rocks the 80's (WaveGroup Cover), Rock Band 2 DLC, Clone Hero development release Era-Non-Accurate: The Sky is Falling; Songs for the Deaf; Queens of the Stone Age, 2002, Alternative; KRDL-KURDLE RADIO (we genuinely feel bad for any radio station that has that particular four letters LMAO) Rydia of the Mist: (Rydia the Drummer) Era-Accurate: Seventeen; Winger, 1988, Glam; Guitar Hero ENCORE: Rocks the 80's (WaveGroup Cover) Era-Non-Accurate: Bloodlines; Dethalbum II; Dethklok, 2009, Death Metal; Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Final Fantasy V: Boots/Bartz Klauser: Era-Accurate: Ride the Wind; Flesh and Blood; Poison, 1990, Glam Metal; Custom Song in Need For Speed Underground 2 Era-Non-Accurate: Even Rats; Eisenhower; The Slip, 2005, Alternative; Guitar Hero Bonus Song, Rock Band Network (RBN) Sarisa/Faris Taikun: Era-Accurate: Bad Reputation; Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, 1981, Rock; Band Hero, Rock Band 2 DLC Era-Non-Accurate: Shipwrecked; Back in Time; Alestorm, 2009, Metal; Rock Band Network (RBN), Custom Song in Need For Speed Underground 2 Gilgamesh: Era-Accurate: Sir Psycho Sexy; Blood Sugar Sex Magick; Red Hot Chili Peppers, 1991, Rock; Rock Band 2 DLC, Decensors by InevitableEnd of FoF Forums, and by us. Era-Non-Accurate: --- Exdeath: Era-Accurate: Rust in Peace, Polaris; Rust in Peace; Megadeth, 1990, Metal; Rock Band 2 DLC Era-Non-Accurate: Gasoline; Audioslave, 2002, Rock; Rock Band 2 DLC, Rock Band Unplugged Final Fantasy VI: (this one is one of two we discussed the most) Terra Branford: (Guitarist/Vocalist) Era-Accurate: Feed the Tree; Star; Belly, 1993, Rock; Rock Band 2 DLC, Rock Band Unplugged DLC Era-Non-Accurate: Monster; Awake; Skillet, 2009, Rock; Rock Band 2 DLC Locke Cole: (Punk Rocker Locke) Era-Accurate: Bad to the Bone; George Thorogood and the Destroyers, 1982, Rock; Rock Band 2 DLC Era-Non-Accurate: Holiday; American Idiot; Green Day, 2004, Punk; Green Day Rock Band, Decensors by InevitableEnd of FoF Forums, and by us. Celes Chére: (Bassist) Era-Accurate: Under the Bridge; Blood Sugar Sex Magick; Red Hot Chili Peppers, 1991, Rock; Rock Band DLC, Rock Band Unplugged DLC Era-Non-Accurate: Mr. Brightside; Hot Fuss; The Killers, 2004, Alternative; Rock Band 2 DLC; Rock Band Unplugged Setzer Gabbiani: Era-Accurate: Ace of Spades; Motörhead, 1980, 2008, Rock; Guitar Hero (WaveGroup Cover), Guitar Hero METALLICA^, Rock Band 2^, Rock Band Unplugged^ (^ Has the exact same 2008 re-recorded version) Era-Non-Accurate: --- Kefka Palazzo: Era-Accurate: Symphony of Destruction; Countdown to Extinction; Megadeth, 1992, Metal; Guitar Hero (WaveGroup Cover), Guitar Hero 5 DLC Era-Non-Accurate: Panic Attack; Octavarium; Dream Theater, 2005, Prog; Rock Band 2, Clone Hero development release Final Fantasy VII: Aeris Gainsborough: (Aeris/Celica the Drummer) Era-Accurate: Angel of Death; Reign in Blood; SLAYER, 1986; Tony Hawk's Project 8, Rock Band 4 DLC, Guitar Hero RSU Era-Non-Accurate: Savior; Appeal to Reason; Rise Against, 2009; Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock (weren't expecting that were ya? LMAO) Cloud/Claire/"Miss Cloud" Strife: (Metalhead Cloud-we discussed this one for a long time) Era-Accurate: Dyers' Eve; ...And Justice For All; Metallica, 1988, Metal; Guitar Hero METALLICA Era-Accurate: Welcome to Paradise; Dookie; Green Day, 1994, Punk; Green Day Rock Band, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 Era-Non-Accurate: Down With the Sickness; The Sickness; Disturbed, 2000; Guitar Hero 5 DLC, Rock Band 2 DLC Tifa Lockheart: Era-Accurate: Up in Arms; Colour and the Shape; Foo Fighters, 1997, 2007; Rock Band 2 DLC Era-Non-Accurate: My Favourite Game; Gran Turismo; The Cardigans, 2000, Rock; Intro video of Gran Turismo 2, Band Hero DS Yes, we're about to drop Sephiroth's songs on ya, but I'm pretty sure you already know what we agreed upon, because we all said it within five seconds of asking. Sephiroth: ("I'll always pull your strings...") Era-Accurate: Master of Puppets; Metallica, 1986; Guitar Hero METALLICA Era-Non-Accurate: Balls to the Wall; Accept, 1984, Metal; Guitar Hero ENCORE: Rocks the 80's (WaveGroup Cover) (there are a number of songs that definitely compliment Sephiroth's personality but Master of Puppets is Sephiroth's personality) Some characters, we couldn't really agree upon, mainly because past VII, only a few of us have experienced games/characters from later in the series; according to Aylee, her mom used to play the shit out of XI, though since she's long since passed we can't corroborate this directly... So, there are some characters not listed. Moving on! Final Fantasy VIII: Rinoa: Era-Accurate: Listen to Her Heart; You're Gonna get It!; Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, 1978, Rock; Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Era-Non-Accurate: --- Final Fantasy IX: Kuja: Era-Accurate: Higher; Human Clay; Creed, 1999, Rock; Rock Band Network (RBN), revision by pzych0 of FoF Forums and us. Era-Non-Accurate: --- Obviously, we still are discussing this, and some of the characters have four or more songs that fit them perfectly, era-accurate or no, and yes, this does exclude a lot of song genres because we typically don't listen to rap, hip-hop and 'pop' music. So, how about you? Do you agree with us, or do you think that there may be more fitting songs? Are there characters we didn't list that you have fitting songs for? Let us know! The floor is open! Rock steady, people.
Lazuli posted a topic in Super Mario RPG: ArmageddonHey, started playing this mod the other day and I'm loving it so far, just beat the Axem Rangers at Star Hill. Was just wondering if there was a list somewhere of the custom music anywhere? I've heard a few songs that I recognize but can't think of the names, would love to know what they are if possible.
Project Echo-S For Final Fantasy VII This mod is still a WIP. A playable demo will available soon-ish for you guys to get a first hand experience of what we are really trying to achieve here. The demo will be playable up to falling into Aeris/th's church from Mako Reactor 5. The variety of things this mod includes are as follows: Full Voice Acting Subtitles All New 3D Models Automatic Text Remastered/Metal music choices Field/Battle scenes remade by hand Weather System Day/Night System Dynamic Weapons There are also a few features planned for the release but not guaranteed: All New Movies Class system Menu Redisign All of these pieces are individually chosen by the player, you do not have to use all of these. It's very easy and takes no time at all to swap them in and out at any point if you start to dislike one. No file edits, no nothing. It's as easy as clicking a button So right now this project does in fact have new movies, but they are used from other sources such as trailers. Naturally is SE do not provide me with them, then i'm stuck. So why i put them in that section is because what we plan to do is remake every movie ourselves using 3d engines. The class system is in fact very nearly ready but just not in a position where it can be released yet. Especially in a demo that doesn't exactly go very far yet. The voice acting provided with this mod is to the best of my abilities. I am the Director of this project and do everything except the actual acting myself. I have never directed anything before and thus everyone's opinions are greatly appreciated. All i ask is that if you hate it. try not to diss it too much. Give criticism. ALL Actors are UNPAID and very, very few are pro's by any means. So naturally this isn't going to be like a standard produced game that a company spent millions on. The Day / Night System has 6 different times. And will chance every 5 minutes. Naturally as the demo increases in length, so will the days. This is so you may get to see at least 1 full 24 hour cycle. There are also plenty of minor changes inside this project just to test out these new features, for example. When it begins to rain, NPC's will stop roaming around in shorts and either go home completely, or swap outfits to be more weather appropriate. The Day / Night system also allows me to make certain events only occur at certain times of day. So many mini-quests may be added to extend this feature. Shops will close at a certain time and stay closed until the next morning. Whereas Inn's will remain open all night. We are always looking for more ways to improve on this mod and you guys may be able to help out. So enough rambling, you can read all you like about it, but the imagination will only take you so far. So here i'll provide you with links to videos of the project for you to see for yourself. there are also Character Demos available so you can hear some of the actors that won't be making an appearance for a while. Please make sure to leave some feedback on the videos if you have a moment to help me and the actors do the best we can. Episode Playlist Character Demos
"But AP, this isn't a gaming thread!" Music is probably more important to me than my love of gaming. It's something that sticks with me even when I don't feel like gaming. No matter what mood I am in there is something I can see myself listening to. Much like my taste in gaming, my taste in music has evolved over the years. As I was re-listening to an album I haven't listed to in a while I thought "Wouldn't it be cool to have a thread where we can post what we are listening to?" More than that, it is a great way to give suggestions to others so that they may take the plunge and try something they haven't before. It's a way to share a part of us, just like we share our thoughts on the various mods here. Plus this is general discussion, so... Anyway, this is what I have for today. An album that was by far my favorite album through my late teens and early twenties. Tool - Lateralus holds a special place in my heart but listening to it today makes me realize just how much my taste in music has changed. This is a solid album but just doesn't inspire the awe that it used to. It is a bit long(It's Tool, after all) and is probably their most serious album which is another reason why it has lost some favor with me. In the end I recommend it so if you haven't listened to it check it out. I would give it somewhere around a 7.5-8/10.