In 2011 the world was introduced to Snivy, Tepig, and Oshawott, plus the Legendary Pokémon Reshiram and Zekrom, when Pokémon Black Version andPokémon White Version launched for the Nintendo DS family of systems.
Now fans can revisit the sounds of the Unova region thanks to a beautifully remastered soundtrack from Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version. The soundtrack contains music composed by Junichi Masuda, Shota Kageyama, Hitomi Satō, Gō Ichinose, Morikazu Aoki, Minako Adachi, and Satoshi Nohara, and is arranged by Shota Kageyama, Hitomi Satō, Gō Ichinose, and Minako Adachi.
The Pokémon Company has released other digitally remastered soundtracks under the Super Music Collection title over the past few months. So far, the collection includes soundtracks from:
- Pokémon X & Pokémon Y
- Pokémon FireRed & Pokémon LeafGreen
- Pokémon HeartGold & Pokémon SoulSilver
- Pokémon Ruby & Pokémon Sapphire
- Pokémon Diamond & Pokémon Pearl
Fans looking to complete their collections can look forward to the final release from the Pokémon musical archives soon:
- Pokémon Black 2 & Pokémon White 2
I would prefer a CD release
Sorry CD”s are a thing of the past
iTunes is also a thing of the past, who wants copy protected songs in bad quality. And pay more than double what a CD in a store coasts.
The Pokémon Company has released other digitally remastered soundtracks under the Super Music Collection title over the past few months. http://qr.net/s6Tf
I’d rather have a newer main stream Pokemon game after x and y
Remakes do count for me :)
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Sonic the Hedgehog soundtracks aren’t new. Heck, there was one on iTunes in 2007! Why hasn’t Nintendo really been doing much?
Where’s some more Pokemon news? :(
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