This article is written from the Real Life point of view Globe

"Space Pirate encrypted data decoded."

The subject of this article is not named in-game.
The current title is from the game's internal data.

I already had the basic theory for the Metroid music design in my head, so organizing my thoughts on these questions was very intuitive. Of course, as you mentioned in your question, in this title, there are other hunters such as Gandrayda, Rundas and Ghor, so it was also one of my important objectives to create theme music for each bounty hunter to give players a strong impression of these hunters.

Kenji Yamamoto[1]

Metroid Prime 3 Packaging

BossSkytownGhor[2] is Ghor's battle theme in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. It features both orchestrated and synthesized instruments and notes. This theme is not accompanied by an entrance theme, unlike that of Rundas and Gandrayda, and is also the only one of the three Bounty Hunter's battle themes to not be included on the Samus Archives Sound Selection album. On the UK Corruption website, Ghor's battle theme is titled Track_12 in the music player.

The theme can be heard here: [1]


  1. ^ Jayson Napolitano (24 August 2010). A Blast From The Past: Metroid Prime 3 With Kenji Yamamoto and Retro Studios. Original Sound Version. Retrieved on 26 August 2018.
  2. ^ As named internally.
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