Before we begin, I would like to thank the Lord Jesus Christ for my life, and all the gifts which I've been given in it, including the ability to make this extension. Your name be glorified, my Savior, even in something as small as this. Amen.
MP3 Link: https://www.mediafire.com/?j63kbbkda7s6kh7
Nostalgia Extensions Folder: http://www.mediafire.com/?7maezvxxyifo2
Download the entire OST (in 2SF format) at: http://www.zophar.net/music/2sf/nostalgia-%5Bwind-of-the-nostalgeo%5D.html
"...In a single day and night of misfortune, the island of Atlantis disappeared into the depths of the sea."
Greetings viewer, and welcome Amateur Extension Theater 2000! I'd say more, but Atlantis is waiting, and it's terribly rude to keep others waiting. I'll be your adventure-loving host as always, Boise Alkahest!
.... no, I didn't solve the mystery behind the Fate of Atlantis. Some guy named Jones did that. Hmph, he's such a show-off.
Wind of the Nostalgeo, AKA Nostalgia in the international release, is an aptly named RPG for the Nintendo DinkyScreen handheld system. Never played it myself, but here's what Amazon.com has to say about it:
"It is the age of the Airship. A the end of the 19th century, in a place much like our own, the bold and courageous loaded their dreams upon these flying machines and ventured out into the skies above. One such adventurer was known around the world for his audacity and daring. The legendary Gilbert Brown was the most famous explorer in all of England. However, tempting fate one too many times, he crossed paths with a mysterious organization and was never seen again. Years later Eddie, Gilbert's son, boards the one thing his father left behind: his airship, the Maverick. Leaving the only place he's ever known, Eddie departs London in search of his missing father and embarks on an adventure of his own..."
Sounds fun! It features music composed by Rei Kondou, Kaori Komuro, and Shinichiro Sato, such as this track. 'Atlantis' is a dungeon theme heard in Minnesota. Yes, the very same fabled Minnesota that Plato wrote of, which was overrun by a horde of kinkajous riding atop fire-breathing dragons-
Okay, fine, it's heard in Atlantis. Are you really all that surprised? Nothing stirs imagination quite like the legendary sunken city in question, and whether it's being sought after by the Nazis, the Cabal, or even the Wraith, it seems it's always up to a band of rag-tag heroes to keep its terrible secrets from falling into the wrong hands. Fun!
This theme is interesting. Mysterious, somewhat upbeat, but with a tense undercurrent that hints all isn't quite right. More often than not, Atlantis met its sorrowful, watery end due to some problem with its society falling into corruption and evil; what is the history of Atlantis in Nostalgia, and is its rediscovery a boon... or an ill omen?
Somehow, this track reminds me of "Deep Blue" from Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals, mixed with "Spinner Cay" from Tales of Monkey Island. Kind of like a fusion between the two. Is it real, or just my fantasy? By the way, apologies if the artwork I used in this video doesn't match up with Atlantis in-game; I was kinda guessing, as it wasn't clearly labeled.
Only four dungeon tracks left to go! AET2k marches onward in its Wind of the Nostalgeo / Nostalgia-centric uploads, continuing with 'Mu' (fine, snicker, see if I care), 'Tower of the Moon', 'Tomb Chapel', 'Dragon's Lair', and 'Tower of the Sun'. I hope you'll enjoy! Take care, and may God bless.
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"Here's your shining city."
"Not what I expected, that's for sure."
"And the place is still humming... maintaining the air pressure for untold centuries..."