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Special Guest: eLmaGus doing the Ancient Cave Game: Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals Category: 100% Runner: 🤍 Time: 9:31:14 This was played during German Speeden Hausen 3, which is an annual speedrunning event created by the MoonBros. You can find all of the MoonBros here: 🤍
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Original Composition: Yasunori Shiono Arranged & Remastered by : RedBahamut Special thanks to my brother for the guitar on Battle Theme #3 0:00 Judgment day 2:41 Main theme 9:38 Estpolis 1 opening motif 12:29 Theme of town 15:41 The earth 19:26 Theme of cave 22:26 Battle theme #1 25:21 Ending motif 29:02 Theme of village 31:38 Battle theme #2 34:20 The mystery lady 37:20 Theme of castle 39:59 Mousse 42:06 Theme of tower 45:21 Gate of journey 46:51 Theme of shrine 48:53 Hidecka 51:59 The sorrow of parting 54:15 Rice shower 57:17 Theme of port town 1:00:33 Theme of mons 1:03:51 Azure ocean 1:06:35 Rexas lab 1:08:44 Over the sky 1:11:16 The land nobody knew 1:13:45 The turret forgotten 1:16:35 The last duel 1:20:35 Daos theme 1:24:55 Four master 1:27:17 Battle theme #3 1:33:30 For the savior 1:35:55 Ending 1:41:52 Pulifia 1:45:29 BONUS: The Battle Of The Islands In The Void (Estpolis 1 : The fortress of doom) 1:49:26 BONUS: Battle Theme #3 (Guitar Mix 1) 1:52:34 BONUS: Battle Theme #3 (Guitar Mix 2) 1:55:42 BONUS: Battle Theme #3 (Guitar Mix 3)
Lufia 2: Rise of the Sinistrals is a story heavy JRPG for the SNES. As the prequel to Lufia: Fortress of Doom, Lufia II chronicles the adventures of tragic lovers Maxim and Selan as the battle to save the world (one village at a time) from the evil Sinistrals. Known as Estpolis Denki II in japan and simply Lufia in Europe, this turn based classic RPG is easily one of the best on the SNES. Ranking (in terms of quality) with the likes of Final Fantasy III and Breath of Fire 2. The game is known for its strong writing and abundance of Zelda-like dungeon puzzles. Fans of the genre should definitely consider giving this amazing RPG a play. ★ Subscribe: 🤍 ★ Support me on Patreon: 🤍 ★ Join my Discord: 🤍 ★ Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 ★ And Facebook: 🤍
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Lufia 2 BOSS BATTLE THEME - Metal Cover || ToxicxEternity Support me on Patreon to get early VIP access, tabs, backing tracks and even choose what song I cover next! 🤍 VGM Request by Josh B. ➤ Download on iTunes: 🤍 ➤ Download on Amazon Mp3: 🤍 Hey guys! Time for some insanely epic metal jams from Lufia 2! This one was a request from Josh B. and I couldn't have been more stoked when I found out I was about to hit this track up. The original is so metal-friendly that I really didn't have to reach too far to come up with some riffs for it. I decided to come up with my own rhythm riff following the original's chord progression and let that be a continuing motif of my arrangement. But for the pre-chorus and chorus, I decided to let it stay more true to the original rhythmically. I also wanted to stay true to the original theme's drums because the groove is so unique and cool. It's like if a seasoned jazz drummer decided to play melodic death metal. Finally, I couldn't resist doing a solo over the motif riff because the chord progression is so melodic and fun. It allows so much feeling in any melody you throw at it. Overall i'm super happy with how this turned out. I hope you guys enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it! Thanks for the awesome request Josh! The original boss battle theme theme from the game "Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals" was composed by Yasunori Shiono. Thank you to stormocracyMK2 for the game footage! Subscribe for more Video Game Metal! \m/ 🤍 🤍 🤍 Gear used in this cover: ESP Guitars Hughes and Kettner amplifiers Fishman Fluence Modern Pickups Dunlop Jazz III Tortex picks Monster Cables Ernie Ball Strings BIAS Desktop Amp Simulator Plugin Toontrack Superior Drummer 2.0
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The overworld theme of Lufia II - Rise of the Sinistrals. It's so peaceful even when the world is literally filled with monsters. Still one of my favorite RPG's of all time. Almost 10 years ago I've created a battle theme cover of this game. What about making a boss theme cover? Hmmm.... Composer: Yasunori Shiono Rearrangement: Some weird guy on the internet 🔹Original song: 🤍 YouTube Tags: #TheEarth #Lufia2 #Lufia 🎶 My Spotify: 🤍 🎶 My Apple Music: 🤍 🎶My Youtube Music: 🤍 🎶 My Deezer: 🤍 You're a monster slayer as well? Become a supporter and you'll never have to eat Tia's "food" again! 🔴🤍
SUSCRÍBETE: 🤍 Más Información abriendo la descripción del video. Volvemos en Directo con Lufia 2 Rise of the Sinistrals de Super Nintendo, uno de los mejores Jrpgs de la historia con unos Puzzles, música e historia que os cautivará totalmente. - Donde encontrarme: - Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Gamertag Xbox: L0k0h ID playstation: L0k0h360 Nintendo ID: L0k0hgaming Steam: L0k0hgaming Skype L0k0hgaming Twtich: 🤍 Descripción Lufia 2 Rise of the Sinistrals En algún lugar, se contemplan extrañas luces de colores viajando de un lado a otro. La población cree que es un mal presagio. Sin embargo, el origen de esas luces son en un castillo lejano, el cual es gobernado por Arek, un rey de una raza perdida Llamada los Sinistrals. Este sabe que el tiempo del juicio ha llegado. La Dual Blade esta resonando. Erim, su sirviente, sale a investigar este suceso. Mientras tanto, Maxim, un cazador de monstruos llega de cazar y comenta con Tia, su mejor amiga, que los monstruos están cada vez más alborotados. Poco sabría él que la Dual Blade resonaba por su persona. " Lufia 2 Rise of the Sinistrals - Guía - Directo #1 Español - Uno de los mejores Jrpg - Snes - Retro "
Out of everything I've done so far, this would have to earn the top spot for me. It's not balls out metal like all of my previous remixes; this is a much more mellow interpretation of various themes from Lufia & The Fortress of Doom as well as Lufia 2: Rise of the Sinistrals. I originally planned to have lyrics in this piece (as performed by my good friend starla (known as injury on OverClocked Remix)), and one day I may move forward with this when I can write some that don't sound absurdly cheesy. There is one line of spoken dialogue near the end, from a pal of mine named DrumUltima (who also happens to be doing vocals on my upcoming solo album. Oops, I wasn't supposed to mention that). The purpose of the piece is to evoke a melancholy and remorseful feeling as it visits the various themes throughout; the first being the theme of the floating island as Maxim, Selan, Guy, and Artea fight their way through the Sinistral's hordes. Following that is a take on Iris' theme, as her true identity is revealed and her course in the story finally explained. After that, a very few brief pieces of battle music, until the line of dialogue is spoken. "Just rest; I'll hold you until the very end. I promise." While not taken directly from the game, I imagined it to be something Maxim would say to a dying Selan, their fates both firmly sealed as the floating island came crashing down to the earth below. For those following my stuff, thanks for the support and the comments, I'm going to be posting more stuff in the near future!
🦋 Socials: 🤍 Transcript: Boss Battle: 1:25 Ending: 4:53 Here's the ending to a classic SNES RPG. Before anyone cries fowl when noticing the changes, I didn't hack the game that would make the game easier. I changed a few things, though: * (Some) grammatical errors and glitches. * NPC names. I never liked in video games how I wasn't able to customize my party with friend's names. I didn't change the story dialogue, however. * Spell names. Lufia 2's spell names by default were a little confusing, so I changed them to be more generic and easier to understand.
Ich liebe die Ahnenhöhle. Am besten auf nem emu spielen und permanent Emuspeed aktiv haben ;) dauert dann keine 8 Stunden ^^
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Timestamp 8:32 - Begin 10:09 - The Training Dungeon 14:51 - Elcid 18:19 - Cave Leading to Sundletan 24:59 - Boss Lizard Man 29:26 - Sundletan 32:22 - Lake Cave 43:07 - Boss Big Catfish 45:50 - Sudletan 46:16 - Lake Cave 50:50 - Foomy Woods 52:11 - Alunze Kingdom 53:33 - Alunze Castle 1:18:40 - Alunze North Shrine 1:19:12 - North West Cave 1:38:48 - Boss Regal Goblin 1:41:19 - North West Cave 1:42:05 - Tanbel 1:49:25 - South East Tower 2:09:32 - Boss Camu 2:31:02 - Clamento 2:34:23 - Ruby Cave 2:45:39 - Boss Tarantula 2:53:02 - Clamento 2:55:47 - Parcelyte 2:57:21 - Parcelyte Castle 3:03:44 - Treasure Sword Shrine 3:22:25 - Boss Pierre/Daniele 3:30:32 - Parcelyte Castle 3:38:24 - Gordovan 3:39:56 - Gordovan Tower 3:47:57 - Boss Gades 4:02:32 - Parcelyte Castle 4:04:57 - Backtrack to item collect 4:10:27 - Merix Village 4:13:33 - Northern Cave 4:19:01 - Bound Kingdom 4:27:29 - North Labyrinth 4:37:44 - Boss Mummys/Trolls 4:41:58 - Bound Kingdom 4:49:39 - Ancient Tower 5:13:15 - Boss Gades 5:30:35 - North Lighthouse 5:40:42 - Boss Idura 5:47:41 - Port of Aleyn 5:53:36 - Phantom Tree Mountaim 6:04:59 - Boss Lions 6:10:27 - Gruberik Playlist: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
While this isn't what I originally had in mind for my "sinister" comeback, I was planning on doing this take of the climactic battle against the Sinistrals from Lufia 2: Rise of the Sinistrals anyways. I plan on doing my original idea sometime in the future GEAR USED Ibanez RG7620 Ibanez SR506 Line 6 Pod X3 Live OwnHammer Diezel 4x12 IRs Perfect Drums TSE BOD Bass Overdrive Artemis VSTi Realm of Merton Discord: 🤍 Merton Facebook Page: 🤍
This time, I want to present you a remix which was made in 2006. A few days ago, I updated this song with some mixing and some instruments to make it sound better. So now you can listen to what kind of stuff little Aries made 2 1/2 years ago. Enjoy! Original composer: Yasunori Shiono Lufia II - Rise of the Rinistrals is an RPG released on the Super Nintendo in 1995 / 1996. (c) Taito, Nintendo
It must be said immediately: this game is simply one of the best JRPGs you can find for the Super Nintendo. It's not a Final Fantasy title or even made by Square or Enix, yet it belongs in the hall of fame with them. The way the game has been refined and polished compared to its predecessor only 2 years prior is incredible, even more evident as I went from one game to the next with no break. Lufia 2 was made near the end of the SNES life cycle, so it displays some of the best graphics you'll get to see in 16 bit, similar to Terranigma. The music is not only much catchier and melodic, but less jarring in general. I actually know at least 5 songs from this soundtrack on guitar. The controls are intuitive and responsive. The translation is good, although has that typical goofiness you expect from 90s video games. Some exceptions are the hilarity when they mix up "L" and "R" (ie "Mad Gorem"), which by 1995 is kind of unacceptable lol. One of the best parts is how much more interactive the dungeons are. Interestingly, there are no random encounters (you can get your fill of that on the world map) - the mechanics are pretty much the same as Earthbound, which came out the same year. Some of the puzzles are downright evil and would absolutely invoke a Zelda game. The Ancient Cave? One of the most addicting side quests I've ever come across in my life. I spend hours and hours and hours in the thing every playthrough. Of course the story shines in this one. It's simply a prequel to the first game, so you know from the start the two main characters are going to die. This is rather bold because you'll spend all this time getting to know them and it's easy to forget how it ends until you reach the final dungeon. It's that much more heartbreaking. I can forgive how painfully easy the end bosses are, and even how the final dungeon has no enemies. RPGs are supposed to have end dungeons and bosses that make you anxious as hell about failing. The optional side quests will keep you busy for hours and those are the kind of games I cherish! My personal story is a bit tragic, as I initially passed this game up back in the day, although I played the original back then. I just never gave it a chance, and I think around this time we were playing Chrono Trigger endlessly and getting ready for the release of the 32 bit consoles anyway. I had heard great things about the game for years, and I believe it was around 2008 or so that I finally fired up the ROM, and it's tough for me to think of a time when I was kicking myself so much for putting off playing a game. It didn't take long for me to fall in love. I know this is the case when I beat a game, and I immediately play it over again because I felt like I just could not possibly soak it up the first time around. Clearly, I've played it many times since in the 10 years that followed and it's still very dear to me. I don't consider this game a challenge at all, nor is it grind-heavy, which is honestly refreshing. It shines in many other ways that is more inclusive to people who are not hardcore JRPG players. If you haven't tried this one yet, I cannot recommend it enough. It's just a great experience visually, musically, story wise, exploring dungeons, etc. It just proves a game doesn't have to be incredibly difficult and unfair to rise to the top of the ranks. Definitely rate it up there with Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy 4 & 6, and Terranigma as some of the best the SNES has to offer. I can promise you this much - I WILL be doing a guitar video of battles 1, 2, and 3. I've already tabbed them..just need to get motivated. Want to see something funny? Here's me playing the boss theme SIX AND A HALF YEARS AGO lmao. This was back when I actually used an amp and some RP pedal, but clearly I need to get on this... 🤍 Prob the best remix of the boss theme, which is quintessential golden era RPG Japanese music - I love that song so much, which is why I was covering it so early in my musical career - 🤍 Jack KILLING it with covers of battles 2 & 3: 🤍 🤍 OK! Now to the bosses! 1. Lizard Man 0:00 2. Big Catfish 0:37 3. Regal Goblin 1:17 4. Follower x2 2:49 5. Camu 3:34 6. Tarantula 6:20 7. Pierre & Daniele 8:22 8. Mummy x4/Troll x3 10:10 9. Gades (Ancient Tower) 12:22 10. Idura (North Lighthouse) 15:02 11. Lion x2 16:28 12. Idura (Narcysus) 17:42 13. Idura (Karlloon) 19:00 14. Rogue Flower 20:24 15. Soldier x4 20:54 16. Gargoyle x4 21:36 17. Venge Ghost 22:41 18. White Dragon x3 26:20 19. Fire Dragon 26:40 20. Ghost Ship 29:02 21. Soldier x4 30:33 22. Tank 31:02 23. Egg Dragon (Optional) 33:44 24. Master Jelly (Optional) 34:16 25. Gades (Shuman Tower) 35:44 26. Amon (Strahda Tower) 37:59 Final Battles: 27. Gades 40:31 28. Amon 42:12 29. Erim 43:53 30. Daos 46:45