I’ve been wanting to post this two weeks ago already, but it’s kind of difficult to do that if you can do other things instead, right? Right?!
I know I haven’t posted anything for a while and I just wanted to say I’m not dead. I blame Nintendo. Fire Emblem: Three Houses has kept me going for weeks now – no end in sight. Regardless, I do want to make another mix for you – naturally it’s going to be a Fire Emblem song.
I wanted to make one from this very game if possible, however I noticed that songs of this game get removed quickly…so that might be a bit tricky. Hmmm. But ok, we’ll just have to see about that!
And that’s all on that matter. Nothing (else) to report!
I noticed from the comments you guys left on the last video, that some of you were disappointed that the remake of Wolfen Mercenaries didn’t feature Surprise Attack from Star Fox 2. Well, today I’m making up for that.
The Surprise Edit of Wolfen Mercenaries 2019 adds Surprise Attack to the mix. Quite prominently, actually. There’s also no Corneria in this version, so it’s a pure Star Wolf remix. Well then, let’s hear it:
And again, it’s not complete without a video:
Well, I sure hope that makes up for this oversight. I was a bit surprised actually – I knew about Star Fox 2 and that Star Wolf appeared there, but wasn’t aware that the game has been released for real with the SNES mini. Didn’t recall what its Star Wolf Theme sounded like either, I kind of assumed it was the same as the Star Wolf theme we’re used to by now – well, turns out it’s clearly not!
But I still like the other version of Wolfen Mercenaries. Since it’s a remake of an older song, I focused on keping the original vibe and taking it to the next level. With that out of the way, I felt I had much more freedom to adjust the song for Surprise Attack in its own version.
Today it’s time for something I’ve been trying to do for years and I’m not kidding. It’s yet another remake: Wolfen Mercenaries 2019!
I always felt that Wolfen Mercenaries from 2011 had great potential, but the mixing in that one was just, uh, not very good I’d say! After a bunch of attempts to take it to the next level and a lot of failures, it seems I finally accomplished that feat.
The song includes, as the title might suggest, Star Wolf from Star Fox 64, but this version also includes Corneria from Star Fox. Here you go:
And here’s the video to go along with it:
I’m getting rather excited for the release of Fire Emblem: Three Houses, so the next song might be Fire Emblem related…maybe I’ll do something with that song that got so crazy popular back in the day? Hmmm…