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‘Replay’ Tells Gaming’s History Through A Heavy Metal Tribute

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YouTube performer FamilyJules is pleased to present a follow-up to his most watched video of all time, 2014’s Replay, with an all-new tribute to gaming and game music’s most memorable moments. The 20-minute-long video covers 46 games in chronological order starting with Pong and ending with Devil May Cry V with Pac-ManThe Legend of ZeldaSonic the HedgehogHaloWorld of WarcraftCall of DutyPortalMinecraftDark SoulsOverwatchUndertalePersona 5Octopath Traveler, and so many more in between.

01. Pong (1972)
02. Gunfight (1975)
03. Breakout (1976)
04. Indy 500 (1977)
05. Space Invaders (1978)
06. Asteroids (1979)
07. Pac-man (1980)
08. Frogger (1981)
09. Dig Dug (1982)
10. Spy Hunter (1983)
11. Tetris (1984)
12. Super Mario Bros (1985)
13. The Legend of Zelda (1986)
14. Final Fantasy – Prelude (1987)
15. Mega Man 2 – Dr. Wily Stage 1 (1988)
16. Duck Tales – The Moon (1989)
17. F-Zero – Mute City (1990)
18. Sonic the Hedgehog – Green Hill Zone (1991)
19. Kirby’s Dreamland – Green Greens (1992)
20. Doom – E1M1 (1993)
21. Earthbound – Home, Sweet Home (1994)
22. Chrono Trigger (1995)
23. Pokemon Red & Blue (1996)
24. Castlvania: Symphony of the Night – Dracula’s Castle (1997)
25. Metal Gear Solid (1998)
26. Silent Hill (1999)
27. Diablo II – Tristram Village (2000)
28. Halo (2001)
29. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (2002)
30. Call of Duty (2003)
31. World of Warcraft (2004)
32. Shadow of the Colossus – The Opened Way (2005)
33. Wii Sports (2006)
34. Portal – Still Alive (2007)
35. Super Smash Bros Brawl (2008)
36. Minecraft – Living Mice (2009)
37. Mass Effect 2 – Suicide Mission (2010)
38. Dark Souls – Gwyn, Lord of Cinder (2011)
39. Xenoblade Chronicles – You Will Know Our Names (2012)
40. Fire Emblem: Awakening – Id Purpose (2013)
41. Shovel Knight – Strike The Earth (2014)
42. Undertale – Megalovania (2015)
43. Overwatch – Victory Theme (2016)
44. Persona 5 – Life Will Change (2017)
45. Octopath Traveler – Decicive Battle II (2018)
46. Devil May Cry V – Devil Trigger (2019)

 

“My 2014 release of Replay quickly became my most popular video and five years later remains among my top watched videos each week,” comments FamilyJules. “It was awesome to see so many people enjoying it since I was so passionate about that project. Yet five years later, there’s five more years to tack on to the end! The first Replay was made under an insane time crunch of one week, but this time I had much more time to give each part of the project as much time as it needed to be the best I could make it. This Replay was made not only to be a more accurate representation of influential game soundtracks, but made to include some of the tracks people said they missed the most in the video comments. Thank so much for watching and I hope you enjoy!”

Jules Conroy is an award-winning American guitarist heard in the soundtracks for Cadence of HyruleThe Binding of Isaac, and the 2016 GDC Best Score winner indie megahit The Crypt of the Necrodancer. He’s done complete metal arrangement albums officially for Necrodancer and VVVVVV and unofficially for Octopath Traveler with the two-hour double length arranged album The Eightfold Road. He’s also the sampler for the guitar VST Shreddage SRP and Serpent. He releases weekly music videos on his YouTube channel, FamilyJules of 400k subscribers and 75 million views and has made video game metal covers with Grant Kirkhope, John Petrucci, and many more!

 

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