Category: Music

In the Music category, you will find…well, music. A couple of things to take note of: Kalisto is hosted on a home server, so don’t be surprised if the music file you select takes a few moments to start playing. You can “Save As…” to download a desired track.

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Super Mario All-Stars

by Koji Kondo A classic for anyone that had a SNES.  This was a re-release of classic NES Mario games (1, 2, and 3) with upgraded graphics and sound.  Also included was the Lost Levels, which was Super Mario Bros....

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Star Fox 64 3D

by Satomi Terui The 3DS/2DS systems are certainly not retro, but Star Fox 64 is – and this is a re-make of that classic.  The music of this version is a vast improvement over the original – which was pretty...

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Chrono Trigger (NDS version)

by Yasunori Mitsuda I know.  The NDS is not really a retro gaming device, but Chrono Trigger is a retro game.  I converted this soundtrack because many of the tracks sound distinctly different from the SNES original.  I would not...

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Tyrian Soundtrack

by Alexander Brandon and Andreas Molnar This game takes me back to my MS-DOS days.  I played the hell out of the original shareware version of Tyrian.  It was definitely up there with Doom, Duke Nukem 3D and the like...

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Final Fantasy IX

by Nobuo Uematsu This was actually my favorite Final Fantasy.  While FFVII was more popular, I thought it to be too reliant on full-motion video.  FFVIII was too cumbersome with constantly putzing in menus.  FFIX was a simpler and more...

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Lagoon

by Hideki Suzuki I never finished this game, but did enjoy it when I played.  I especially loved its soundtrack – specifically Atland (the town you start in). Download Full Album – 133MB – 48khz 320kbps MP3

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Secret of Mana Soundtrack – Re-Post

by Hiroki Kikuta This is a re-post.  Despite my best efforts last conversion, I still noticed snares cutting out.  This SNES game is the only one I know of that does this.  Since I have my HT Omega Claro sound...

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Legend of Legaia Soundtrack

by Michiru Oshima Legend of Legaia took an interesting approach to the RPG battle system.  I loved how you could play with the command list and discover new combo techniques.  Healing items were a bit expensive, and the amount of...

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Legend of the Mystical Ninja

by Kazuhiko Uehara This was a fun as well as a funny game to play.  The cut-scenes were hilarious.  The game started out fairly easy, but ramped up in difficulty very quickly.  The music is catchy and very Japanese.