Like with every Pokémon game, the music in Pokémon Let’s Go is a fantastic collection of tunes, exploring the gambit of many major emotions. And now, you can get them on iTunes.
Developers Game Freak recently released all songs, a whopping 122 tracks, from the recent Pokémon game onto iTunes, where you can download the entire collection for $9.99. If you really don’t want to pack for a tenner, you can buy each song for 99 cents a piece.
We’re talking all tracks. That rocking battle jam? That’s there. The classic Pokémon Center music. That’s there too. Even the “Language Menu” music is available. All of it in a beautiful, high-resolution album. Personally, I think the Lavender Town music has made some tremendous improvements.
Composed and produced by Jun’ichi Masuda and Shota Kageyama, this is excellent news for the music enthusiast in any gamer.
Pokémon Let’s Go: Evee and Pikachu released last month on the Nintendo Switch. It was the first “console” Pokémon game in a while. This allowed it to also feature some of the highest quality music the series has seen in a long time. In handheld titles, music experiences a level of digital compression to ensure they fit on the limited space of the game cartridges and handheld console RAM.
If you’re interested in getting the music for yourself, you can visit the iTunes page.