RTE has published the official soundtrack to The Legend Of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, including the original song “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” and the “Aeroplane” music video.
The song, which was originally recorded in 1994 by Nintendo’s original song composer, Hiroshi Yamamoto, was composed by Japanese composer Yoko Kanno, who also provided the music for the first two games in the series.
“Waking up” is the first song from the game, which will be released on October 10 for a one-time $5.99 fee.
It will also be available as a download for those who pre-order the game.
The music video for the song, entitled “Aenigma” (which translates to “I’m not Alone”), shows a boy named Takato playing a guitar and playing with the sounds of a plane taking off.
“Aanigma” is a song that’s been used in a number of video games, including Forza Horizon 2, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, The Last of Us: Left Behind and The Last Guardian.
“Waking to the sound of ‘Aenigmi’ is something I’ve been dreaming of since I was a kid,” Yamamoto said.
“It reminds me of a feeling I had when I first came to Japan.
It was like a dream.”
Yamamoto was a vocal fan of The Legend OF Zelda: Ocarina of Time, a game that he played from the very beginning.
He has written songs for the game since it was first released in 1995, and was inspired by the game’s sound and melodies.
“The sound of Ocarana’s music is something that I think I can bring to the world,” Yamami said.
In The Legend, Link is given the power of the Ocaramos, a powerful sword, in exchange for helping him find his parents, who have been kidnapped by Ganondorf.
In order to find his mother, Link must rescue her, and find a place in the world where he can finally be free.
The song, written by Hiroshi and Yoshiyuki Sugiyama, was designed by Yamamoto himself.
“I thought, ‘How can I compose music for a game where the characters are not the same?'”
“I decided to make a sound that was a bit different from Zelda, but still familiar to people who play the game.”