Pokemon HeartGold, SoulSilver soundtracks now on iTunes

Pokemon HeartGold/SoulSilver, the 2010 DS remakes of the Game Boy games that added the train-as-you-move Pokewalker device, can now be relived sonically. The 270-song Pokemon HeartGold & Pokemon SoulSilver: Super Music Collection soundtrack is available for $9.99 on iTunes. Good thing you don't have to capture those tracks individually!

The new release follows the availability of soundtracks for Pokemon FireRed/LeafGreen and Pokemon X/Y earlier this year. If you're still holding out for jams from other Pokeregions, remember that we can expect to see soundtracks for the following duos in 2014: Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire, Pokemon Diamond/Pearl, Pokemon Black/White and Pokemon Black 2/White 2.

If you don't already own HeartGold/SoulSilver but still want to kick up those childhood memories, this is a decent alternative from paying the steadily-increasing entry price for new copies of either game.
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Hi Joystiq,

The Pokémon Company International today has released a digital remastered soundtrack from Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver.

The game, which released in 2010, featured in-game music composed by Junichi Masuda, Gō Ichinose, and Morikazu Aoki, and included remixes of iconic 8-bit themes from Pokémon Gold andPokémon Silver. The soundtrack releasing today includes beautifully adapted and orchestrated versions of the original music.

Fans can expect more to come in 2014 from the Pokémon musical archives, including the soundtracks of:

Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire
Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl
Pokémon Black and Pokémon White
Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2

The launch follows previously released soundtracks of Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, and Pokémon FireRed and Pokémon LeafGreen, under the Super Music Collection moniker.

Pokémon HeartGold & Pokémon SoulSilver: Super Music Collection can be downloaded on iTunes now at the following link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/pokemon-heartgold-pokemon/id796790051

Thanks,
Phillip

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