Our very own Omega Metroid team member Doominal Crossing has just released a fan-made remaster of the iconic Metroid Prime soundtrack! You can listen to the entire soundtrack on the Omega Metroid YouTube channel or download it for yourselves on a variety formats here.
Kenji Yamamoto and Kouichi Kyuma’s original work on Metroid Prime is beloved by fans today, creating a truly transcendent musical experience through diegetic blurring and the theory of acousmatic noise to turn the music into its own environmental characteristic.
This remaster adjusts several notorious recording issues and aims to give the music a more consistent EQ presentation for a true album experience!
The downloadable versions of the soundtrack also have a series of custom album covers for you to choose from, including:
The Metroid Prime Official CD Soundtrack Art.
A selection of album covers based on assets from the original Metroid Prime release. Deface font for “Original Soundtrack” created by SynaMax and Miepee.(above – one of the aforementioned album covers based on assets from the original release)
A selection of album covers based on assets from Metroid Prime Remastered.(above – one of the aforementioned album covers based on MPR assets)
A selection of album covers using modified Metroid Prime Remastered art by Rizza D. Marco. (above – one of the aforementioned album covers using modified MPR art)
Lastly, a selection of album covers using modified in-game screenshots provided by Digital Frontiers.
(above – one of the aforementioned album covers using modified in-game screenshots)
We hope you all enjoy the Metroid Prime soundtrack, now in a brand-new, remastered form!
For more news on all things Metroid Prime Remastered and Metroid in general, keep it locked-on at OmegaMetroid.com!
Doominal Crossing is a Website Editor and Podcaster on Omega Metroid. Don’t let the name fool you, Metroid comes first before anything else! When not talking endlessly about his love for the series, you can find him in the studio making music that’s probably related to it in some way.