Jet Force Gemini – Eschebone Piano Sheet Music

This Jet Force Gemini – Eschebone Piano Sheet Music is a transcription of the track Jet Force Gemini for piano, and it’s done in the key of C# minor. Jet Force Gemini was composed by Grant Kirkhope and David Wise. It was released September 9th, 1999 on the Nintendo 64 video game console. Jet Force Gemini is an action-adventure third-person shooter video game set in a fictional universe. The Jet Force Gemini team is made up of space pirates who think that their mission is to protect the galaxy from other alien species. As such, throughout the story mode Jet Force Gemini travels to many different planets across the galaxy fighting off hordes of enemies. Jet Force Gemini was rated Teen by the ESRB.

This Jet Force Gemini – Eschebone Piano Sheet Music is intended for intermediate to advanced pianists who are able to play the Jet Force Gemini theme fluently. If you like Jet Force Gemini, or love Grant Kirkhope’s music, then this Jet Force Gemini – Eschebone Piano Sheet Music is for you. Jet Force Gemini is a great game, with awesome music and graphics. Jet Force Gemini’s gameplay is very fun, and Jet Force Gemini offers a good challenge for players of all skill levels. Jet Force Gemini was inspired by other third-person shooter games such as GoldenEye 007 and Donkey Kong Country , so if you liked those titles Jet Force Gemini will be right up your alley.

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