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September 18 2007

The Ballad of Serenity on the Nintendo DS. Courtesy of a couple Browncoats at ShutdownTV.

You can get a hi-res version here. (requires Divx plugin)

I love the DS and I love Firefly. So this link is made of win :).
My brother bought that game the other day. It ROCKS. Though, I wouldn't as much call it a game as a tool. It's really quite ingenious! Not only can you train your ear with it, but if you're a musician, it REALLY helps when you're out and about without your instrument. You can actually program chord progressions that you've come up with as well as strumming patterns and the like. I recommend it to any and everyone. Musician or not. If you have a DS, you MUST get this game!

[ edited by Daburcor on 2007-09-18 20:15 ]

[ edited by Daburcor on 2007-09-18 20:19 ]
Ok great... Now I have to buy a DS? SIGH *heads to store*
Um. Wow. They should sell this to Nintendo as an advertisement, because damn, now I want that app.
More YouTubey goodness:

The Ballad of Serenity in a rock version by a group called the Winchesters.

The Ballad of Serenity sung by an English fan called SofiJane, who has also recorded some songs from the Buffy musical episode "Once More With Feeling".

Hero of Canton performed by Paul Knight and Tristan Schwartz of "Four for Naught".

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