Mega Man X4: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Name: Mega Man X4
Alternate name: Rockman X4 (Japanese title); RockMan X4 (Japan)
Characteristics: Action, Platform, Side-Scrolling, Anime / Manga, Arcade, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Shooter
Publishers: Capcom, Capcom Entertainment
Developers: Capcom, Capcom Entertainment
Original/port composer: Toshihiko Horiyama
PlayStation (01 Aug 1997) - Japan
Sega Saturn (01 Aug 1997) - Japan
PC Windows (1998)
Related Plaform: PlayStation
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composers of these tunes: ICE, Xeta Psilon, Maelgrim, Peter Shaw, Samuel David Ayos
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft
Music type: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 19
Size of archive: 54081 bytes
- "Mega Man X4 - Jet Stingray Arranged Tunes - MIDIs" (by voltcatfish, 5 Nov 2004) [9/10]
Hi. It's voltcatfish again. This time around I will review the Mega Man X4 Jet Stingray Arranged Tunes MIDIs in the Mega Man X4 downloadable folder. I love this song, so let's see what we've got. Here we go:
Mega_Man_X4_-_Jet_Stingray - Beautiful! It sounds just like the one in the game! Nicely done - not a single complaint here!
voltcatfish's rating: A+
stingray - this one sounds just like the one in the game as well, except for some small differences, but it is a keeper nonetheless!
voltcatfish's rating: A+
STINGRAY(2) - This one has a bit of a heavy feel to it, but it's not done very well. It sounds nothing like the one in the game. The notes are wrong in many spots, it is thus the worst of the bunch. It doesn't even go all the way through the song! That may not be a bad thing, though because it's pretty bad, so I have to thank God that it is really short! Download the folder, but skip this track!
voltcatfish's rating: D
Well, that's it, short and sweet. My overall rating is below.
voltcatfish's overall rating: B+
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