Mega Man 5: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Name: Mega Man 5
Alternate name: Rockman World 5 (Japanese GameBoy title); RockMan 5 (Japan SNES title)
Characteristics: Action, Side-Scrolling, Anime / Manga, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Shooter
Publishers: Capcom, Nintendo, Capcom Entertainment
Developers: Capcom, Capcom Entertainment
Original/port composer: Mari (NES)
Platforms and game downloads:
Nintendo Ent. System - United States
Nintendo Ent. System (04 Dec 1992) - Japan
Game Boy (22 Jul 1994) - Japan
Related Plaform: Nintendo Ent. System
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: Noah Sproat, Casey McCann, NESMusa
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft, Dr. Spa
Music type: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 8
Size of archive: 331 KBytes
- "Nice collection" (by Dr. Spa, 9 Dec 2007) [6/10]
ChargeMan - This one isn't very good. It sounds very draggish and boring. Most MM tunes have strong memorable melodies but this is too bland.
MM5-Gravityman - Good for NESMusa standards but it just seems so fast, especially compared to Casey McCanns version!
MM5-Gyroman - This seems a bit bland as well. It could do with a bit more pizazz to spice it up. It seems to steadily gain speed, as well.
MM5-Logo - Again, too fast. Slow down NESMusa!
MM5-Intro - Has a nice intro, but sort of fades out after 10 seconds or so. It's well made, but like with lots of these tunes, the originals are so very bland!
GravityMan - This sounds a lot like Jazz Jackrabbit 2. They have very similar bass samples. However the melody does seem a bit off putting and takes a while to get used to.
StarMan - Not bad. Too repetitive, I think
Waveman - Phew, NESMusa has slowed down!
Overall, the trackers are good, but the melodies are let's say, beyond repair!
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