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Unreal (Epic Megagames): Game rip
"One word: AWESOME!" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [10/10]
Really masterpieces, Unreal music can't get any better! heck, it sounds even better than UT2K4/UT3... Awesome!

Even if you never played unreal, go download it anyway! It is worth it! :)

Zelda 3: A link to the past: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"Good!" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [8/10]
Very nice and accurate tunes for one of the best action adventure games ever (at least for Snes).

Simpsons, The: Bart's Nightmare: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"WARNING!/ACHTUNG/ATTENZIONE/ATENCION!!!" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [1/10]
Arrgggghh.... CRAAAPPP!!! Can't even listen to it anymore.

Simpsons, The: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"Funny tunes" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [7/10]
Really funny/jumpy/tekno themes from the simpsons...

Goldeneye 007: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"Hmm... could be better" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [1/10]
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!.... This explains everything. Crappy sounds!

Final Fantasy 6: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"Awesome music!" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [10/10]
Just plain perfect tunes! Great remixes that in most cases are better than the originals!

Duke Nukem 64: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"Worse than imagined" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [3/10]
2 crappy themes... 'nuff said

Killer Instinct: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"Hmm... could be better" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [8/10]
Only two themes are included: Cynder's stage theme and the Main Title theme, both have a decent performance.

Tenchu: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"One epic theme!" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [7/10]
Could have been better... 'nuff said.

Super Street Fighter 2: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"Nice tunes" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [8/10]
Only has two themes only both for the Fei Long's stage... but the quality is worth it!

Super Mario All-Stars: Game rip
"WOOAH! A MUST-HAVE for everyone!" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [10/10]
It couldn't get any better than this! ORIGINAL tunes directly RIPPED from the SNES game :)
(brings back some nice memories... BTW if you finished Super Mario The Lost Level's let me know :)

Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha 3: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"Hmm... could be better" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [5/10]
I expected something better... anyway

Secret of Mana: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"WOW! Great music from a monster RGP Game!" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [10/10]
I am surprised by these AWESOME and PERFECTLY performed remixes! Really great tunes, I even converted them to mp3 and play them on my iPod & iPhone :)
Watch out for these tunes:

  1. Prophecy

  2. Fear of the Heavens

  3. SD2: Scorpion Army Theme

  4. Mana Fortress (in all versions)

  5. Angel's Fear (in all versions)

  6. 4 in the morning (aka Thanatos' Theme)

King of Fighters Kyo, The: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"Hmm... could be better" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [6/10]
The only song that is worth listening too is "KOFKyoYuri" which is Yuri's song (similar to the one of Art of Fighting 2)...

Final Fantasy 4: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"A must have for RPG nerds/geeks/gits/whatever!!!" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [10/10]
Here is a bunch of beautiful arranged tunes from this pack:

  • FF2: Airship and Airship

  • Baron's Theme(in all its versions)

  • The Battles Must go On

  • FF2: Boss Theme

  • FFIV: Boss Theme

  • Golbez's Theme

  • Victory theme in all its versions

  • Ring of Bombs (Metal Mix), BERCOOL metal remix of the battle theme with bombs

Must have for every hardcore FF Fan. Nuff said!

Donkey Kong Country: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"Fine tunes" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [4/10]
This pack has some great and a few crappy tunes from DKC... I really expected something better...

Contra: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"Great tunes!" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [10/10]
Brings back great memories of OLD days team-play!

Let me quote the author (Jacob Kaufman) of the MEGAMIX:

you know damned well that the little japanese guys making contra listened to 80's metal. they had rocker! posters with big blond guys holding odd-shaped guitars, faced painted in various ways. and they made prog metal on the NES. the poor guys got slighted - BRILLIANT work was made insignificant in the public eye because it was "blips and bleeps." Only us hardcore nerds can see through the square waves and pick out the music.

Chrono Trigger: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"berEXCELLENT soundpack!" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [10/10]
A great game, I always liked MAGUS's music theme and finally I've got it here, in 8 different versions!

Other great tunes that are in this pack:

  • Tyrano's Lair

  • CT Floating City

  • Enhasa: City of Dreams

  • Lavos: The Final Boss

  • The Black Omen (all the 6 versions are awesome)

Majestic performances, sometimes the arranged/remixed themes even surpasses the originals :)

Might give it a 1000/10 if I could!

Lufia 2: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"AWESOME collection!" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [10/10]
I highly recommend this file because it includes the "Sinistral Battle theme" in 3 different versions! Also the "Prelude" & "Seaport" are very well performed too!

This is a MUST-HAVE for Lufia 2 fans, don't miss this baby ;-) !!

HyperBlade: Game rip
"Appreciative Techno" (by Oddbrother, 2 Sep 2010) [9/10]
I remember whistling and humming some of these tunes as I was enjoying the game in its long lasting memory.

It was good to hear some arcade style sports games having more powerful-sounding electronica, and hearing the music directly from a CD instead of using digital keystrokes and MIDI samples made a real good and easy way of taking the tunes anywhere.

Along with that, the use of cymbals and kicks in most of them have kept the pace going well during gameplay. Although they're the main essences of techno, they can get very repetitive.

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