I love gaming. I'm a fan of almost every console and I like many genres, with my primary ones being Action/Adventure, FPS, RPG's, RTS, & Fighting Games. Some of my favorite games/series include Breath of Fire, Final Fantasy, Fallout, Earthbound/Mother, Deus Ex, Chrono Trigger, Metal Gear Solid, Half-Life, Mario, Zelda, Castlevania, Contra, Mega Man, Metroid, Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Silent Hill, Star Fox, Starcraft, Unreal, The Witcher, etc. etc.
Here's the first request I have gotten from Youtube user kureyonalliance who acknowledges how underrated Final Fantasy Mystic Quest's music is. My brother did a little audio editing on this one to make the bass drum sound much more pronounced, I hope you like it! I'm happy about this one, as I tried to replicate the fills in the song as closely as possible to the original drums. I only add little flourishes here and there with the cymbals (and my lovely China cymbal). If you have any constructive criticism for me, don't be afraid to share it! Unless you're a dick, like some of those guys who replied to my FF4 Battle Medley video, but I digress! I can spot one minor flub in that I hit the bell part of my ride cymbal instead of the actual ride, but it shouldn't be too bothersome. I was concerned about audio-syncing issues as my original export of the video showed some syncing issues. I managed to fix that and I hope it sounds in sync for everyone. I really got a lot of requests in my inbox (about 13 or 14 or so). I'm going to try to pump out 3 a week, but I can't guarantee it.
Now for copypasta:
Hell yeah! Here's the first VGdrum Request since I announced that I'd be taking them a few days ago. We return to the unfortunately underrated SNES RPG Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest. This one was requested by user kureyonalliance. I tried to keep the fills as close to the original drums as possible. Enjoy.
Music composed by Ryuji Sasai. Final Fantasy Mystic Quest (known as Final Fantasy USA: Mystic Quest in Japan and Mystic Quest Legend in Europe) was developed on the Super Nintendo/Super Famicom by Square Soft, Inc. (Square Enix)
And, if you missed them the first time around, here are all of my other videos: