Prince Sidon Theme from Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is great song and also seems to draw from Splash Woman’s theme from Mega Man 9 so today on Epic Game Music I dive into Breath of the Wild and Mega Man 9 soundtracks. The Breath of the wild OST was composed by Manaka Kataoka and Yasuaki Iwata. The Mega Man 9 OST was composed by Ippo Yamada, Ryo Kawakami, Yu Shimoda and Hiroki Isogai. This is remix of a song entitled “Prince Sidon Theme“ and Splash Woman Theme.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an action-adventure video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch and Wii U video game consoles. The game is a part of the The Legend of Zelda series, and follows amnesiac protagonist Link, who awakens from a 100-year slumber to a mysterious voice that guides him to defeat Calamity Ganon before he can destroy the kingdom of Hyrule.
The title’s gameplay and mechanics constitute a departure from the series’ usual conventions, featuring an open-world environment, a detailed physics engine, high-definition visuals, and voice acting. Announced in 2013, the game was initially planned for release as a Wii U exclusive in 2015, but was delayed twice prior to its release on March 3, 2017. Breath of the Wild was a launch title for the Switch, as well as the final Nintendo-produced game for the Wii U.
Breath of the Wild received universal critical acclaim from critics, who deemed it to be one of the greatest video games of all time. Critics praised the game’s open-ended, physics-driven gameplay that encourages player experimentation and exploration, with many calling it a landmark title in open-world game design, although minor criticism was directed at the game’s technical performance.

Mega Man 9, known in Japan as Rockman 9: Yabō no Fukkatsu!! (ロックマン9 野望の復活!! Rokkuman Nain Yabō no Fukkatsu!!?, lit. “Rockman 9: Revival of Ambition!!”), is an action-platform video game developed by Capcom and Inti Creates. It is the ninth numbered game in the original Mega Man series. Mega Man 9 is the first, new home console game in the original Mega Man series since Mega Man 8 and Mega Man & Bass, which were released at least one decade earlier. Mega Man 9 is also the first game in the series not to have a physical release, and was therefore released on the downloadable gaming services WiiWare, PlayStation Network (PSN), and Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA).
Taking place during the early 21st century, Mega Man 9 continues the adventures of the android hero Mega Man. When destructive attacks by powerful robots begin occurring all over the world, Mega Man’s creator, the good-hearted Dr. Light, is blamed. Mega Man’s arch enemy, the evil Dr. Wily, claims to be uninvolved in the incidents. It is up to Mega Man to stop the robots, prove his creator’s innocence, and reveal Wily’s true intentions. Mega Man 9 uses the classic 2D side-scrolling gameplay on which the series is based. Using both action and platforming elements, the player must complete a series of eight, initial stages in any order desired. Defeating each stage’s “Robot Master” boss copies its unique weapon, which the player can select at will throughout the remainder of the game.
Although the game was developed for modern consoles, Mega Man 9 features familiar 8-bit visuals and audio similar to the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) as a “retro” throwback to the earliest entries in the franchise. According to its producers Keiji Inafune and Hironobu Takeshita, the development team intentionally made the graphics, sound, and gameplay of Mega Man 9 as simple as possible to adhere to the likeness of the fan and critical favorite Mega Man 2, released in 1988. Mega Man 9 was a commercial success and received mostly positive reviews from the press. The game’s popularity prompted Capcom to create a sequel, Mega Man 10, which also utilizes a simple, 8-bit style.

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