If you’re a fan of the Legend of Zelda, then this is one thing that you never miss out on. Since the beginning of Zelda on the NES, Zelda has been a pretty solid title through times, and has repeatedly leave gamers in awe with it’s choice of pretty awesome soundtracks.
As time goes along, these soundtracks will definitely get less “interesting”, as the music of today doesn’t exactly compliment the music of the past. However, MTV Multiplayer has been following a group of people who wanted to remake the music in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time with a real orchestra, and guess what?
They’ve finally completed it.
Dubbed as the ZREO Project (Zelda Reorchestrated), this project has been going on for the past six years, and it’s finally time for them to reveal their masterpiece to the public. The album will feature a whooping 22 amount of tracks, and had countless amounts of remakes.
As of a month ago, we were only short a handful of songs to complete the album, however, many of the songs from Ocarina of Time were not nearly up to par with others, so we decided to go through the album, song by song, and figure out which songs needed to be remade. It started out as five, then ten, twelve. The list grew and grew till we reached a whopping 22 tracks. Today, we release those additional 22 remakes.
Of course, all these are not officially endorsed or approved by Nintendo, so there’s no telling if their masterpiece will ever be taken down by Nintendo, although it would make a lot more sense to actually market this product. In the meantime, while the download is still available, you might as well grab them, right?