It is based on Kid Icarus: Uprising. In Super Smash Bros. Additionally, the castle part is where the Kid Icarus -themed Vs. Enemy Team final battle in Smash Run takes place. The stage alternates between two layouts. The first part is set in the ruins of a castle, with two main platforms which reach the lower blast line.
Death Battle Combat Arena Themes
Published: May 12, Donkey Konga 2 N. Capture On! Sandman Punch Out! Wii Wii Channel Punch Out! Okay, so since I had so much fun with this the first time around, I also decided to get an extended soundtrack list for that one "other" Smash Bros game made by fans. Some of the stages mentioned here aren't around in some versions, but I made sure to represent as much of the cast as possible in music choices. While I did mainly focus on Nintendo, I did occasionally pick tracks from games that showed up on other consoles. Update: Some stuff on this end for old school Nintendo stages, some more Earthbound, and a Runbow stage. Update: Almost forgot a stage.
SSB4 - Story Mode themes
The return of Kid Icarus has been at the behest of Nintendo's devoted fans for some time now, and while this first sequel for over 20 years is a departure from its side-scrolling roots, it's a terrific game in its own right. Part on-rails shooter, part action-adventure, it offers an array of smartly implemented ideas and a story for a genuinely unique adventure, regardless of whether you know about Pit's past exploits. The campaign sees each level divided into two stages.
Sakuraba was born in Akita Prefecture , Japan. While attending Meiji University , Sakuraba began to take music composition seriously, and eventually formed the progressive rock band "Clashed Ice" in , consisting of him on keyboards and Genta Kudo on drums and vocals. The band had then added bassist Tetsuya Nagatsuma, and was renamed as "Deja Vu". The professional friendships formed here in Sakuraba's early years have resulted in a great demand for his composing and arranging abilities. In , former Wolf Team director and composer Masaaki Uno started working at Camelot Software Planning as a coordinator and sound director, developing games for Sony , Sega and Nintendo. Sakuraba has been called upon as a composer for many Camelot games, including all of the games in the Mario Golf , Mario Tennis , and Golden Sun series. This and other early games in the Tales series primarily featured Sakuraba and fellow Wolf Team co-worker Shinji Tamura as composers. Also in , former Wolf Team director and producer Jun Asanuma, as well as Tales of Phantasia writer and programmer Yoshiharu Gotanda , founded tri-Ace with financial backing from Enix.