Ah, yes classic Fire Emblem tracks like... "Hyrule Field - The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time" and "Flower Garden - Yoshi's Island"? That can't be right.
Lol, that's vanished off the face of the Earth.
Last time I checked spotify for tracks I wanted to listen to I could barely find anything. If they at least got the newest stuff, that would already be a decent improvement.
what kind of stuff do you listen to? i find most stuff fine except for stuff from artists on major japanese labels unless they have a western branch like warner japan. you might need to search their name in japanese and english too.
I get the implication, but given they aren’t the ones uploading to begin with, what difference is it from their perspective?
hell Dystify has a 24/7 nintendo music stream in addition to slightly animating his uploads so he’s doing something right.
It's pretty much what SE said about uploading tracks form FFXIV: you're free to do so as long as you include a gameplay video along with the music.
I would already be happy being able to listen to latest jpop and OP/ED songs for the anime shows that are simulcasted over here. I tried aniuta, but they're missing too much to make it worth the money. So I'm back to using youtube and anime radio streams.
These two points have nothing to do with preservation. It's really annoying that people still keep making this argument.So as plenty of people have pointed out, Nintendo has been taking down all music rips of Fire Emblem Three Houses music, which at the moment seemed odd since a lot of music from their games was available on Youtube without issue.
Well, Nintendo decided to correct that... by taking out all that music, and what better way than fucking over two of the most popular music rippers on the platform.
There's no legal way of listening to any of this music, and knowing Nintendo, there will never be. Between this and the constant copyright striking of rom communities, it's clear that Nintendo doesn't give a fuck about preservation.