That's actually kindof sad. XD Well, not that it matters, but do they smell good? XD I can't imagine wanting to keep some kind of awful-tasting, awful-smelling object if there's really no perk to it (like being fairly collectible).
Namcot Vol. 4, mostly. Tower of Druaga has some of the more nostalgic pieces for me. I'm not sure anything can top the TecnicBeat version of the Druaga music (including the Return of Ishtar remix), but I'm still interested, regardless. Does it have arranges, remixes or just the originals?
I might be interested in "Bomberman the Music", but having played 50 levels (not counting the later renditions of the game) with the same theme in the background playing over and over again, I'm not positive on this. Does it have some tracks from Bomberman 2 or Super Bomberman, or some variety?
// Ah, I overlooked your link. Bomberman the Music does seem interesting, as it contains Mori Mori World too. Sadly, there is no information on Namcot Vol. 4 -- it says there's no tracklist on the website. Is this the PC Engine rendition of the Druaga soundtrack?
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I agree. It'd be a romantic musical. Set in switzerland! XD
Adol: The greatest thing, you'll ever learn, is just to love, and be loved, in return. Dogi: Come what may, I will love you, until my dying... day... *dies* Adol: Dogiii!!! ;_; Dogiii!!! ;_; Dogi... I... luffed him... oh well... *engages in wild gay necrophilia* Come here you!!! >
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Damn that Biohazzard 0 demo would be sweet, but I couldn't play it if I wanted to (Unless that soft mod for the Wii allows Region free GCN gameplay)
Datel makes a plug-n-play dongle that will allow you to play Japanese Game Cube games on a U.S. Game Cube and it works quite well. I believe they've already developed one that allows for Japanese GC games to be played on a U.S. Wii, but not Japnese Wii Games. So there are options for you to play it which aren't too expensive.