Oooh, I like #2 a lot. I haven't heard an 8-bit that I enjoyed that much in a while.
ow Celestia, RainbowCrash88 strikes agian
RainbowCrash88 working magic again
Aw yeah, RainbowCrash88's 8-bit music is always awesome!
#3 is amazing :O They're all so amazing...I love this fandom /)^3^(\
#1 is awesome, as well. Not sure which I liked more.
#3 sounds awesome, I love that type of Guitar playing <3
YES! RainbowCrash88 is so awesome! :D
I prefer #2 to #1 (but then again, I think that's because I prefer Becoming Popular to Find a Pet.
0_o i always get goose bumps at the end of 'may the best pet win'. this 8 bit still achieved that
Love this 8-bit stuff!
I'm an obvious minority, but meh. 8-bit. :\Still, #3 has a cool vibe to it. I could see it being used in a movie or something, maybe with Heitor Pereira doing the guitar work.
All three of these were very well done, imo. The quality of the fanmusic is one of the things that got me into the bronydom in the first place!
I've never listened to 8-bit'd music, but this is a really good job. My congratulations to the authors. Also I like the third, I'm sure it have been a hard work. As always, all the bronies' songs are awesome!
@ArlaxYou have'nt?! You should really check out all the other 8-bit covers RainbowCrash88 have done!
#3 is so well done! And you gotta love 8-bit! This fandom is the best!!!
#1 is very interesting; been a long time since I've heard SID style voice modulation.#2 gives me a bit of trouble due to the mixing on chiptune and non-chiptune elements, but It's quite nice regardless.#3 Sounds like there was supposed to be vocals sitting on top of it after the first phrase but then goes on to sound instrumental by the third phrase. Other than that it's pretty awesome.
Seems like something you could put in an RPG Maker game based on MLP: FiM
I could honestly envision those being used in actual levels of an 8-bit game. Very nice job!
Loved the 8-bit music both were different yet really well made!
Whenever I hear 8 bit MLP music I immediately imagine how it would fit in a MLP RPG. The main tune of #1 works perfectly as a theme for Flutterhy's petshop or ranch for any pokemon side mechanic.#2 would make a great town theme for Canterlot.#3 though not 8 bit still feels at home as a good area theme. Reminds me a bit of Gerudo Valley from Ocarina of Time.
Yeah RainbowCrash88 is back! Now we can get this fandom back at full power!
OK at first I was just going to stay be quiet about it but now I've really got to know why aren't any YouTube videos on Blogger working for me?
@Mr. Nutt,It's not just you, it seems to be affecting Firefox onlythough. I keep having to visit the site on explorerin order to watch any embedded videos. Must have been an update the broke compatibility orsomething.
@Bronyhub Explorer? Dude, use Chrome...
Rainbow Crash stuff is best stuff.
@BronyhubThe videos don't work on Chrome either.
@Bronyhub I'm using Chrome though. Also it seems to only be affecting embedded videos on Blogger Blogs like this one.
Woot! More 8-bit goodness! I love retroformed stuff. /)^3^(\ Kinda would've liked to see 8-bit Hipster Rarity, though...oh well, them's the breaks.Road to AAAAAPPL-- *ahem* to Appleoosa had a very nice sound to it as well.Nicely done all around.
Becoming Populer is remix-gold! I've enjoyed every single remix of the song so far, it's simply "that" awesome.
NOOOO Seth, bust out Pokemon Emerald, for it was clearly the best game of the entire franchise!
Lol, I seriously spent over 600 hours of my life in Pokemon and I'm almost 17! Anyways, Pets is probably one of my favorite song and that 8 bit did it justice. The voices sounded a bit wierd but whatev.
I'm glad there was a voiceless version for #1. They're nice in some of his others where they're used, like, once or twice, but that really overdid it.
@Spark Cloud600 by 17?Please, I've put in at least double that and I'm 20.Though I have recently found my save battery in Pokemon Gold died. That made me sad.Pokemon Red is still holding up strong, fortunately...but the day that dies will be very sad indeed.But, I digress. The 8-bit renditions were fine, but the guitar song truly stood out to me. A little bit of Classical Gas, and the ending flutes sounded eerily familiar like that of Stairway To Heaven. My hat is tipped to the artist on that piece of work.
1-2. That 8bit!3. Very colorful.
Was I the only one who thought the third one to be a ponified version of a song from "The road to El Dorado?"Great music, though.
Man. That 3rd song was amazing amazing. I would have never expected a song named Road to Appleloosa to be better than 8-bit versions of the original songs from the show. Its like my new favorite song.
Finally, an 8-bit rework that's actually 8-bit.God bless the Gameboy.