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Anyone else glad they included the GB sounds?

Discussion in 'Pokémon Generation IV Discussion' started by wolfkill482, Mar 21, 2013.

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  1. wolfkill482

    wolfkill482 Wolfkill

    I'm glad that they did, after all these years that i had spent playing Pokemon Crystal, the music of the game came to mean a lot to me not to mention enhance my experience that I had with the game. To me, there is nothing like walking into Azalea Town and hearing that sweet Nostalgia that is bestowed upon you as you remember the good ol' days of Crystal, Gold and Silver where the only thing that matter to you was making sure that you had enough batteries for your gameboy for this weekends Pokemon trade or battle with your friends. what are your thoughts on the matter?
     
  2. Icarus©

    Icarus© Full on PASBLer

    I found GBA sounds a novel addition, but i never used it much.
    I always prefered the newer sounds, rather then the scratchy retro sounds of the past.
    Although this may come out of me never playing gen 1+2 games, but eh
     
  3. Kalosian

    Kalosian Never Say Forever

    I thought it was a nice feature, even if I didn't use it that much. Only if I wanted to try and remember how it was when I played the original games, which wasn't very often. There were a few remade tracks I didn't like, so the GB Sounds allowed me to listen to the originals which I in some cases liked better. I also liked how they gave the new music in the games chiptune tracks, like on Route 47/48.
     
  4. Plus side down side

    Plus side down side Lass Trainer

    I thought it was a nice touch. I never really used it though, unless I wanted to specifically hear certain tracks in 8-bit.
     
  5. AuroriumX

    AuroriumX The Interceptor

    This pretty much. The music really sounds better remastered on the DS, the only time I really used the old sounds was in Lavender Town for some nostalgia shivers.
     
  6. Buster[NOR]

    Buster[NOR] Member

    I think it's great that they added it.
    It's like having a mini time machine in your Key Items pocket, but as others here have said, the HGSS music is actually quite nice! :)
     
  7. wolfkill482

    wolfkill482 Wolfkill

    I'm glad there are those of us that liked it. I liked being able to revert to it as well if i didnt like the remastered versions of the tunes. I especially liked it in the towns where I really enjoyed the tunes when I first heard them such as some of my favourite towns like Azalea town or Saffron city. I must ask you all, what of the battle music? did you enjoy the newer battle music that still was reminiscent of the old ones?
     
  8. Lorde

    Lorde Banned

    I thought it was wonderful at first, but after using it for a few hours, I quickly got tired of it. The old G/S/C music just didn't suit the remakes imo. That may be because Game Freak had to re-compose the tracks and changed some things around (kind of ironic since they were supposed to be the originals). Regardless, I don't use the GB Sounds anymore.
     
  9. Cutty

    Cutty Forever now

    I tried it but I didnt really use it. And I only tried to listen some of my fave old tracks.
    Neat, but not really important like shiny leaf and most of the stuff in the game. :/
     
  10. ☭Azimuth_055☣

    ☭Azimuth_055☣ Thou enraged?

    It was a great addition. I can finally listen to my good old tracks.

    Ahh, nostalgia.
     
  11. Ludakrix

    Ludakrix Legen-waitforit-dary

    I put a lot of hours into my Gold Version and was heartbroken when the battery gave way during sometime in Gen 3.

    Listening to the old 8-bit tracks really brings me back. I'm obsessed with the opening of the Violet City track.
     
  12. Shayminslicker

    Shayminslicker Comes out of Nowhere

    Even though I never had access to the originals I still loved the GB sounds to see what they sounded like back then.
     
  13. nathandg0924

    nathandg0924 Back in the meantime

    I gotta say that it was a really good addition to the game. I never played the original games but it's pretty nice to hear what they sounded like before they got remakes.
    - Nate the;448;
     
  14. Poetry

    Poetry Dancing Mad

    I didn't play the originals so the nostalgia factor wasn't there for me but it was still quite interesting to listen to, especially to relieve the boredom when grinding or hatching eggs.
     
  15. Tancar911

    Tancar911 V Where's Squirtle?

    I actually didnt notice it until like a year after i got the game, but now i use it every time i play lol, had gold, silver, and crystal, so it made me feel at home
     
  16. Ditto B1tch

    Ditto B1tch Well-Known Member

    I haven't ever noticed it before, but yes, it's a nice feature. I approve it.
     
  17. Trainer Michael

    Trainer Michael Pokemon Champion

    Totally.

    After I got it, I had it on the whole time. Never had it off. I'm a total nostagia fan, and I love listening to the originals. Makes me feel like I'm 10 years old again. :)
     
  18. SmellYaLater

    SmellYaLater Well-Known Member

    Defiantly! It was a remake after all and they wanted to keep the game almost the same as the original by including the awesome feature!
     
  19. Serebii!

    Serebii! Well-Known Member

    It's a cool thing to have in the game but I never had any of the 2nd generation games so I don't find myself using it that often
     
  20. Bananarama

    Bananarama The light is coming

    ARE YOU FREAKING KIDDING ME?? GB sounds was one of my selected items :D
     
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