Tag Archives: Nightcore

Weekly Roundup: Terraria, Retroid Prime, Tonberry Takeout and TWIC Spotlight

Trap prodigy CG5 is back on GameChops with a free remix of Terraria’s jungle theme. “Terraria is a land of adventure! A land of mystery! A land that’s yours to shape, defend, and enjoy. Your options in Terraria are limitless. There’s something for everyone.

Discover and craft up to 300 weapons of magic, ranged, and melee varieties, as well as armor, and use them to battle hundreds of different enemies. ” (Via Terraria Wiki)


DJ-R, formerly known as JRazz, returns to GameChops with a video game remix of Metroid Prime, in a dark synthwave style.
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A remix of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles to celebrate the release of Final Fantasy XV!
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Chiptune Spotlights from this week: Daft Punk – Something About Us (Dj CUTMAN Downtempo Remix), Steven Walking & Hyper Potions – Saturday Morning Space Ride

Chjolo – Tonberry Takeout (Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remix)

A remix of to celebrate the release of Final Fantasy XV! This  banger is from Chjolo, best known for his future bass and chillout remixes. Tonberry Takeout is a nightcore / drum n bass Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles (released in 2003 for the Nintendo GameCube) is a spin-off of the Final Fantasy series. The game spawned a metaseries of the same name. The Tonberry is one of the most recognizable Final Fantasy adversaries. Usually shrouded in brown cloth and wielding a chef’s knife, Tonberries pop up in every Final Fantasy game after FFV.

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Super Video Game Nightcore Mixtape

The “Artists” over at international video game remixing super group PARTY MEMBERS have just released a brand new Nightcore album, which this writer believes is what it sounds like when you set a youtube video to play back at 1.25 speed.

Nightcore, or “NXC” as folks who have a limited use of their keyboard call it, is popular among dance music fans, millennials, squirrels, certain cats, ghosts who haunt power plants, and that guy who always hogs that good table at the coffee shop on the corner. Seriously, what is it with that guy? He doesn’t even order anything. He just sits there all day staring into his phone like he dropped something into a well and can’t return home without it. Why don’t you let some of the paying customers sit by the window, huh??

Whatever your feelings on Nightcore, you have to admit that this video must have taken a long time to render.

If you must, downloads for VGM NXC 001 can be found on Bandcamp. Please, don’t follow Party Members on Soundcloud.