Game Inspired Musician Shiryu Releases Rearranged F-Zero EPs

Video-Game-Inspired-Musician-Shiryu-To-Release-Rearranged-F-Zero-EPsWhere would the video game industry be without the fantastic compositions it has created over the years? These memorable tunes have left an impact on us all, so much so that some of us create remixes of our favourite tracks. Shiryu is one of the most talented video game inspired composers around, one who is ready to release four CDs full of F-Zero goodness.

The F-Zero Go Fast project from Shiryu is a four disc compilation of remixes and rearrangements of the timeless tracks Nintendo's ultra-fast racer has brought us over the years. The series of CDs are due to be released one per week, starting with a Super Nintendo tribute disc before moving onto the Nintendo 64, Game Boy Advance and Gamecube - all of which will be available for free to download.

  • VOLUME 1 - Age of SNES - May 8th
  • VOLUME 2 - Age of N64 - May 15th
  • VOLUME 3 - Age of GBA - May 22nd
  • VOLUME 4 - Age of GC - May 29th

F-Zero Go Fast Trailer

Link: Shiryu's Official Website

Source: Nintendolife

Last Updated ( 03 May 2013 )  


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