Category: Music

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Mega Man X3 (SNES)

by Kinuyo Yamashita My favorite of the SNES-released Mega Man X series.  I especially loved Zero’s intro theme that played in the opening stage.  It pretty much let you know “Don’t mess with this guy”.

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Perfect Dark (N64) Soundtrack

by Grant Kirkhope Perfect Dark.  Possibly the most popular first-person shooter of its day.  This game had features and capabilities that others (even PC games) could only dream of.  I played the hell out of this game.  If you set...

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Daria Theme – You’re Standing On My Neck

by Splendora This is the opening theme to the Daria animated series on MTV.  The series ran from 1997 to 2002.  This track is surprisingly hard to find.  The quality is not great.  The bitrate is fine, so it may...

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Diddy Kong Racing

by David Wise On the surface, this may seem like a Mario Kart clone.  Play it a bit and you will find it is VERY different.  I think both Diddy Kong Racing and Mario Kart 64 had their strengths and...

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Seiken Densetsu 3

by Hiroki Kikuta This little gem was only released in Japan.  Though it is often referred to as “Secret of Mana 2”, it is actually not a sequel according to its development team.  I have never managed to get far...

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Marvel VS. Capcom Soundtrack

by Yuko Takehara This is the soundtrack from the first Marvel VS. Capcom game – the only one I have really played.  I like how Ryu’s theme for this game is the Street Fighter II theme.  The CPU played Hulk...

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Super Street Fighter II Soundtrack

by Yoshihiro Sakaguchi There were more versions and re-releases of Street Fighter II than I can count.  Super Street Fighter II was the one I played most.  While I was not too great at the arcade versions, I was quite...

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Chrono Cross Soundtrack

by Yasunori Mitsuda This is another PSF-to-MP3 conversion.  I enjoyed Chrono Cross, though I didn’t like the poor homage it paid to the characters of the original.  Aside from Lucca, the others (including Chrono, whose name is in the title)...

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Lucky Star

by Hirano Aya, Katou Emiri, Fukuhara Kaori, Endou Aya Here are few tracks from Lucky Star – the beginning and ending title pieces – each with and without vocals.