- Traditional Japanese video game music by Mae at 2:32 PM EDT on May 31, 2022
- Hi all! Hopefully this type of thread is allowed here, if not please feel free to delete.
I got into learning to rip music from game files specifically to access tracks from more obscure games. Among these are a fair amount of music using traditional Japanese music and I'm enjoying it a lot.
Would anyone be able to recommend more video game music in this style? Thank you!
Here are some examples: https://www.mediafire.com/file/1izkg225dn9wx7p/traditional.zip/file
- by hcs at 2:58 PM EDT on May 31, 2022
- It might be helpful to list the games you mention instead of relying on people checking out the Zip file download, for reference the games are: Dairoku, Men of Yoshiwara, Olympia Soiree
You might want to check out the Famicom Shin Onigashima. Also the Goemon series, I'd recommend the N64 games in particular, here's a track from Mystical Ninja.
- by bnnm at 6:51 PM EDT on May 31, 2022
- Some random titles for your shakuhachi, koto and taiko needs (some a bit orchestra/western fusion but still may be interesting to check):
Tokyo Mono Harashi
Ken ga Kimi
Shiren the Wanderer
Way of the Samurai
edited 6:52 PM EDT May 31, 2022
- by Mae at 12:33 PM EDT on June 2, 2022
- Thanks so much everyone for the suggestions!
Yes, I apologise for not listing the games associated with the songs I posted: Dairoku: Ayakashimori, The Men of Yoshiwara, and Olympia Soiree.
- by kain at 4:00 AM EDT on June 3, 2022
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- by Lunar at 12:30 PM EDT on June 4, 2022
- I have some suggestions. I won't repeat what anyone's already said, other than to say that almost any Mystical Ninja/Goemon title is worth checking out, and there are many of them. Otherwise...
Martial Champion [Arcade]
Mystic Warriors: Wrath of the Ninjas [Arcade]
Honkaku Shougi Fuuunji Ryuuou [SNES]
Itou Hatasu Rokudan no Shougi Dojo [SNES]
Nobunaga no Yabou: Haouden [SNES]
Shougi Saikyou [SNES]
Super Shougi 2 [SNES]
Rabbit [Sega Saturn]
Bushido Blade [Playstation]
Pocky & Rocky/Pocky & Rocky 2 [SNES]
DS Bimoji Training [Nintendo DS]
Kekkaishi: Karasumori Ayakashi Kidan [Nintendo DS]
Tengai Makyo: Kabuki Ittou Ryoudan [PC-CD]
Not all of these are start-to-finish traditional Japanese styled, but probably the lion's share is in all cases.
edited 12:31 PM EDT June 4, 2022
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