So you’re watching Nintendo E3….
…you are a Nintendo fan (because, honestly, who else would anyone want to watch this live?)…
…and during the waiting, you hear Crunk Rock music.
Nintendo has many, many games in its stable. But Nintendo also has many, many soundtracks in its stable as well. Why not put those soundtracks on?
Nintendo might have caught on to this since their channel turned into a Super Mario World credits channel for a while. Who knows…
Nintendo has some amazing songs it can play instead of Crunk Rock junk that their marketing company, they hire to do E3 events, uses.
They could play…
Phendrana Drifts from Metroid Prime.
Brinstar from Super Metroid.
Stickerbrush Symphony from Donkey Kong Country 2.
Battle Rock from Super Mario Galaxy.
Final Palace from Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link.
Credits from Zelda: Link to the Past.
The point is that I have not even scratched the surface. Nintendo game music is what we want to hear instead of Crunk Rock junk. If Nintendo wants gamers to get excited, play its own music. The Nintendo gamer will not hear ‘video game music’. The Nintendo gamer will only hear a symphony of childhood wonder and delights.