Just a few short years ago, Game Freak and Nintendo introduced the world to the wildly popular Unova region in Pokémon Black and Pokémon White. While Pokémon trainers around the world may be less likely to revisit Unova with next month's Wi-Fi shutdown for DS games, they can still pick up a souvenir from their journey through iTunes. For $9.99, you can pick up the many sounds of the region in the form of a 173 song soundtrack.
Following the release of the X and Y, Fire Red and Leaf Green, HeartGold and SoulSilver, and even the Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum collections, the memorable music of the Pokémon franchise is nearly all out there for the world to enjoy. Going to YouTube to get your nostalgia fix is a thing of the past with the soundtracks being available for download. Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2 will have their soundtracks released later this year to complete the availability of modern Pokémon music.
It's a shame that the original Red, Blue, and Yellow or Gold, Silver, and Crystal soundtracks didn't get the five star treatment. Thankfully, Junichi Masuda and the rest of the composers have recreated the iconic sounds in the respective games' remake titles so I guess we'll have to settle for that. It's also unknown if soundtracks for future Pokémon generations will be released on iTunes like Pokémon X and Y, but we'll discover the answer to that question once the seemingly inevitable seventh generation of the franchise starts making headlines in the next few years.
Whether you're a Pokémon master or just enjoy the music, head over to iTunes and pick up your copy of the Pokémon Black and White soundtracks today.