12 Best Pokémon Custom Song Map Mods For Beat Saber

Everybody loves Pokémon.

After many successful games in the late 1990s and early 2000s, this famous monster-catching RPG series became a common name.

Since then, it has been one of the most popular game series in the world.

Pokémon songs have been getting a lot more attention lately, and indie artists all over the world love to remix them into catchy jams.

Creators of Beat Saber mods have also been making Pokémon songs into amazing maps that can help you burn calories and train to LVL 100.

Here are a few of my favorites.

12. [V3] Pokémon Black & White – Driftveil City

Beat Saber v1.20 or higher is needed to play Expert+ because it has arcs.

Expert may be played on any version because it has the same mapping as Expert+ without the arcs.

Hitomi Sato wrote the song Driftveil City for the Pokémon Black & White (2) OST.

11. Pokémon Theme (Original Full Version)

What kind of list it would be if, I dont add the original Pokemon theme song in it.

Every Pokemon fan remember this legendary song.

check it out maybe it will bring back some memories for you.

10. Cynthia’s Battle Theme (DPP)

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First up is a difficult map made by Ejiejidayo that was inspired by Diamond and Pearl.

Cynthia is one of the most well-known female Pokémon trainers in the series. She is the Champion of the Sinnoh region and is in charge of a team of scary monsters, including her Garchomp.

As you’d expect from a fight between two champions, her battle theme is fast-paced and powerful, especially after the halfway point.

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At first, the tune shows how serious and smart she is as an archaeologist, but then it changes into a fierce fight theme that only a champion could pull off.

Getting through this on Expert+ might be harder than the Pokémon fight itself.

9. Battle! Champion Iris (BW2)

Champion Iris’s theme from Pokémon Black & White 2 is another great fight song that will make you sweat.

Iris was one of Opelucid City’s Gym Leaders in the original black-and-white game.

In two years, she would beat Alder and become the Pokémon Champion.

Most Pokémon Champion fight themes focus on building tension, but this one is more upbeat and shows how excited each trainer is.

This game by Cocoapoco is great for playing when you’re working out and need to feel better.

8. Past Meets Present (Gold)

Musician Corentin Rahil appeals to the excited teen discovering Pokémon Gen 2 in all of us – with a modern arrangement of three iconic Pokémon Gold songs.

It’s fun and energetic, with many different sounds and instruments coming together for a multi-part journey through a game that defined many childhoods worldwide.

The songs chosen for this magical arrangement are the themes from:

  • Azalea Town
  • Ecruteak City
  • And the National Park

Even at Expert+, this map by Felino will put you in a relaxed, flowing mood as you give in to the sound waves and let your arms do the rest.

7. Pokémon Center Remix

Junichi Masuda’s Pokémon Center theme is one of the most popular songs in the Pokémon community.

This song sounds like an old Nokia ringtone, and it makes people feel safe and calm. This is especially true for people who have played old Pokémon games.

With some new notes and a faster BPM, up-and-coming VGM artist Qumu gives this classic tune more energy and depth in the Pokémon Center Remix.

Mapper Night made sure that every note in the song had a matching cube that you could slice. This lets you get into a chiptune trance where the music and your moves are the same.

6. Through the Sea of Time (Mystery Dungeon)

If the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games have one thing going for them, it’s the great music.

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In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, Through the Sea of Time is the song that plays when a group of Pokémon cross the Sea of Time to get to the Hidden Land and save the world.

It uses parts of songs you’ve heard before in the game to remind you of your trip and why you’re willing to risk everything for your Pokémon friends and the rest of the world.

CocoaGalaxy’s mapping is dynamic and should give the player a good task without being too much.

5. Lavender Town Theme (RBY)

Because of all the creepy creepypastas and jokes that have been made about the Lavender Town theme, it has become one of the most well-known Pokémon songs.

Lavender Town is a town in Kanto that is known for the Pokémon Tower, which is where Pokémon go to rest. The creepy background music was a key part of making this ghost town feel really dark and scary.

Since the late 2000s, people have said that the song is bad for their mental health, but that shouldn’t be a problem if you only listen to it a few times a day.

Now, if you’re working hard to get 100% on Z-ANESaber’s Expert level map, you might want to plan some breaks…

4. Battle Theme (RBY)

During my early years of gaming, I might have heard the Pokémon battle music more than any other song.

Even if you’ve heard it 2,000 times in the past week, it can still keep you on edge and get you ready to play.

Throughout Pokémon’s long history, this tune has come back more than once. However, the 1996 version is still the best, and no other version has ever come close.

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You can expect this map by Duddzy to be as hard as the fights you remember from your childhood.

3. Route 201 (BDSP)

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl gave old-school fans a great chance to see the Sinnoh area from a completely new angle.

Walking down Route 201 and hearing Hitomi Sato’s updated version of the famous BGM was one of the most emotional parts of my playthrough.

It reminded me of the first time I went to Sandgem Town and got the Starly Pokémon that would become my main one (because starters are for normal people).

This amazing map by CocoaGalaxy should make you feel the same way while you sweat.

Think of it as a short trip down memory lane with one of the best route background music tracks from any Pokémon generation.

2. Pokémon Theme (Gotta Catch ‘em All)

Ah, the first theme for Pokémon.

What a well-known song!

When I think of being a kid and watching TV, I picture Ash looking into the future while this song plays in the background. I knew the words back then, and I still know them now.

Don’t think that this Beat Saber map will only be fun for a minute. M

CocoaGalaxy decided to use the full version of the song, which includes the second line. If you want to get 100%, you’ll need to work hard for about three minutes.

Gotta slice ’em all!

1. Gym Battle (Sword & Shield)

The anime’s original intro song is the most famous Pokémon song, but when it comes to cutting, the Gym Battle theme from Pokémon Sword & Shield is the best.

This song really makes you feel like you’re facing a gym leader in the middle of a stadium full of people cheering for you.

It’s do or die!

You’ll feel the energy of the crowd as you cut through CocoaGalaxy’s difficult map, getting closer to 100% accuracy with each try, just like you would in a tough gym fight.