These are some real good results!!
@connrrr I really wanted to like Opoona as a game… it was so weird, and a full, large wii RPG from Koei when most folks (outside of Nintendo) were making minigame fests, but you could feel right from the start that they were going to draw the thing out and make it a grind fest. Their express desire was to make it a casual light RPG for kids and families to play during dinner or whatever, so I don’t know how they got there. Good soundtrack though! Especially the “beats to study to” sections.
@chazumaru yeah, good stuff - Racing hero has a fantastic Sega sound, and cyber brawl has a couple absolutely masterful tracks in it, especially cylic’s stage fully armored (though this version you’re showing is recorded on a chintzier machine so I’m gonna share the better version).
I wonder how hashimoto got stuck in this B-zone, was it bad luck, bad management, or somebody didn’t like him?
@gsk riiiight, I knew there was some reason I wanted to buy dragon drive d-masters shot - it was the sountrack!!
@Syzygy mystic quest would be a great candidate for a genesis music interpretation, considering all the crunchy guitars they’re trying to do. a brief google proves I’m not the first person to think that:
@seasons gran chaser is a great example. This is a game I super disliked as Cyber Speedway. It was mediocre and the music sucked. But then I played Gran Chaser, the japanese version of course, and was like NOW I GET IT. But really it was just that the music was fun and fit the vibe real well.
@treefroggy death crimson is the ultimate saturn kusoge I guess, so any music is an improvement.