*No Balls, No Glory: Super Dodge Ball soundtrack remixed
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No Balls, No Glory: Super Dodge Ball soundtrack remixed

11:16 AM on 05.13.2008·  3 minute read   ·  Dale North@DaleNorth
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I don't have to ask you if you remember the Nintendo Entertainment System classic, Technos' Super Dodge Ball. Of course you do. And you probably already know that Aksys Games is lining up Super Dodgeball Brawlers, their update to the classic, for a spring 2008 release. But what you didn't know about is that Aksys is endorsing a collection of music that pays tribute to the music of the original game.

No Balls, No Glory is an internet EP release by The Bad Dudes, a multinational group of musicians that releases covers of video game music. This release contains 16 remixed songs from Kazuo Sawa's original score for the 1989 NES game, all arranged with each dodge ball team's country of origin in mind. 

Project Producer Mustin said, "I'm excited about releasing this project in conjunction with Aksys games and their Brawlers release.  I hope the music pays suitable tribute to the Super Dodge Ball video game we all played as kids."

This collection of music will be used by video game software developer Aksys Games in promotion of Super Dodgeball Brawlers, which will be released on May 27th, 2008 for a MSRP of $29.99.

What are you waiting for? Listen to or download the EP at NoBallsNoGlory.net.

Press release follows. 

 
THE BAD DUDES ANNOUNCE NO BALLS, NO GLORY, A REMIX PROJECT BASED ON TECHNOS' SUPER DODGE BALL
Album Used In Promotion With Aksys Games' Upcoming Nintendo DS Title Super Dodgeball Brawlers

 
The Bad Dudes, a group of the internet's best video game music remixers, announces the upcoming release of their latest project: No Balls, No Glory. This internet EP, based on Kazuo Sawa's music from the 1989 Nintendo Entertainment System video game Super Dodge Ball, contains sixteen unique arrangements spanning various musical styles, with a focus on ethnic arrangements from each dodge ball team's country of origin.

This collection of music will be used by video game software developer Aksys Games in promotion of Super Dodgeball Brawlers, a Nintendo DS title based on the classic Super Dodge Ball Nintendo game. This upcoming release takes the classic game play of the original and adds new attacks, multiplayer gaming, and a host of other upgrades, and will be released on May 27th, 2008 for a MSRP of $29.99.

No Balls, No Glory project Producer Mustin said, "I'm excited about releasing this project in conjunction with Aksys games and their Brawlers release.  I hope the music pays suitable tribute to the Super Dodge Ball video game we all played as kids."

About No Balls, No Glory
This is the third internet-release EP by The Bad Dudes, a multinational group of musicians that releases covers video game music. This album was produced by Mustin of MustinProductions.com. No Balls, No Glory is available for download at NoBallsNoGlory.net.

About Aksys Games
Based in Torrance, California, Aksys Games is a third party licensee of Nintendo of America. More information on Aksys Games can be found online at aksysgames.com.
 

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