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- Music should be recorded using the software that offers sound quality most accurate to the original.
- Music that loops in the game should also be looped in the recording. Include 2 total plays through the track (one full time through, and then a full loop). The third time through should be a 10 second fadeout.
- If the music is over 2 minutes in length, just include a 10 second fadeout with looping the music.
- Music should be uploaded in FLAC format if possible, if not, use Ogg Vorbis. MP3 will be accepted, but will be transcoded into Ogg Vorbis with a loss of quality.
- If the album contains music from more than one game, include a "Game" column in the track list table.
- The composer's gameography should include every unique title for each game. For example, Wario's Woods and ワリオの森 are the same game, but they have different titles that may be searched for.
- The foley artist's gameography should include every unique title for each game. For example, Wario's Woods and ワリオの森 are the same game, but they have different titles that may be searched for.
- Screenshots must be in PNG format at the same resolution of the game in native mode (do not use scalers or anti-aliasing).
- The first screenshot should always be the title screen.
- Remaining screenshots should cover different sections of early game play including menus, dialog, action, etc. Screenshots should not contain spoilers.
- Audio credits should be listed as they appear in the game, where applicable.
- Release information should display the full publication name (e.g., Nintendo should be listed as "Nintendo, Co., Ltd." or "Nintendo of America, Inc.", not just "Nintendo"
- The length of the song should be the rip's length at a single play. It should not include the length of a second loop or fadeout, unless the fadeout is part of the original song.