Pokémon Diamond and Pearl game music is now free to enjoy or download for a limited time

149 game tracksincluding background music and sound effects, now it can become the epic background playlist for your daily life.

There’s nothing like video game music to evoke a sense of childhood nostalgia, especially when it comes to a long-running franchise that has undergone almost every musical evolution out there in the last 25 years.

It’s hard for a long time Pokéfans believe but Diamond and Pearl Pokémon, the fourth generation of the main role-playing game Pokemon games, were released in Japan in 2006 as the first in a series designed for the Nintendo DS. Titled updated remakes Brilliant diamond and brilliant pearl were released last month as part of the eighth generation of main games for the Nintendo Switch, and to celebrate the remakes, the Pokémon Company released a special Pokemon DP sound library to enjoy for free.

As of December 24, the sound collection is available for a limited time on YouTube for anyone in the world to access. The 149 tracks in total consist of background music and sound effects used in games. They will surely transport those who played the original games to their younger selves 15 years ago, while younger players will recognize the themes of the newly arranged music in the remakes.

▼ The Pokémon Company’s Pokémon DP Sound Library on YouTube, approximately 2.5 hours long.

There is also a website dedicated to the Japan region that offers some special features. For example, listeners can select their six favorite tracks to create their own special playlist, or also play other officially prepared playlists.

▼ The Music Box main page

▼ Playlists galore!

As long as you agree to abide by the terms of use, you can even download the sound data and some sheet music for non-commercial use from the site. Examples of permitted uses include sampling the tracks in your own music, playing them as background music at school and other community events, dance performances, contests, recitals, and even using them as a teaching tool in music education classes. Tracks used in this way can be largely shared on social media or personal websites, with exceptions that apply to the non-commercial use rule in these cases.

Whether you listen to battle music in the gym while getting ready for an important work meeting or the bike theme while cycling around town, these tracks will bring an epic sense of adventure to your daily life so you can keep going. being the best like nobody. it was. While you’re at your musical level, you can also learn to sing a holiday song in Japanese, courtesy of these Santa Pikachu too.

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