OverClocked Remix released its official soundtrack for Capcom‘s Street FIghter II Turbo HD Remix, making the title the first major video game with a completely fan-made soundtrack. Best part? It’s for free. That’s great and all, Capcom, now how about fixing those glitches?
Today OverClocked Remix today released its official soundtrack for Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix. Gamers from all over the world pitched in and gave the Street Fighter title its soundtrack, making history as the first major title with a completely fan-made soundtrack. Capcom approached OverClocked back in June 2007 to provide SF2HDR its score after hearing their remix album for Street Fighter II, entitled Blood on the Asphalt.
“Working with the OC ReMix crew has been one of the most rewarding aspects of working on SF HD Remix, truly making the game a community effort. These guys are part of the meat and potatoes of what makes the Street Fighter fanbase such a lasting part of the gaming industry,” said Rey Jimenez, associate producer for Capcom. “They worked above and beyond our expectations and IÂ’m hoping that weÂ’ll be able to work together in the future.”
The best part, like so many we’ve heard from OCRemix, is that it’s all for free! Click here to download any or all of the 66 tracks available. If you loved trance, techno, house, and the like, then you’d appreciate them without being fans of Street Fighter. The rest can still enjoy the music for its undeniable quality.
#52, Spittin’ Narcissism (Vega’s stage music), sounds cool, like a midnight Spanish escapade. Also great for car music when driving home late in the evening. #49, Sexy Trunks (Balrog’s), sounds a jazz-party track, and #58 (Bison’s) Tribute to the Master is just plain awesome. Great, now how about fixing those glitches, Capcom?
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