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Rare Releasing Vinyl Soundtracks For Their Classic Games

Rare has announced that it is teaming up with iam8bit and will release some extremely special and limited edition vinyls for some of their classic titles. As I’m sure you are aware, Rare are the developers behind classics such as GoldenEye 007, Banjo Kazooie and the Donkey Kong Country series for the Super Nintendo. There’s three soundtracks in the works and these include Battletoads, Perfect Dark and Banjo Kazooie. The soundtracks cost around $25-35 and are available to purchase, right here.

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23 thoughts on “Rare Releasing Vinyl Soundtracks For Their Classic Games”

    1. My mom got rid of her player in the mid 90’s. But actually it was already broken, but it also had a tape and regular CD player. I’m amazed people still wanna run these.

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    3. All the key developers of these games are over at Playtonic Games right now shaking their heads at the current M$ owned “Rare”….

    4. Records? Hopefully they’ll sell CDs as well or put them on iTunes cause I haven’t seen a turntable since I was a toddler and my parents played the Jungle Book album for my sister and I.

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    7. I’m more interested in Rare Replay. If it has ports of the original games on it, while not touching any of the content of the original games, I might just have to get over my hate of Microsoft’s video game console & buy an Xbox One solely for that game. Of course, it will have to wait for when I can get an Xbox One used for under 250 dollars. I’m not paying full price for that console… ever.

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