The Mega Man and Mega Man X series are known for their pumpin’ tunes. The theme for Wheel Gator’s stage from Mega Man X2 isn’t the most amazing in the series, but it does set the mood for rushing to the maverick reploid as quickly as possible, since the longer you take, the more advanced his AI becomes.
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I didn’t figure that anyone would be able to do a decent remix of something as complicated as the music from the last battle in Final Fantasy 7, but I was wrong. And it’s not decent, it’s great. Behold the work of PrototypeRaptor:
Castlevania: Circle of the Moon was a great follow-up to Symphony of the Night. Though it had a clunky ability-card system, it featured several improvements over its predecessor, such as easier warping and multiple alternate game modes that required different play strategies. Its music was not nearly as good at Symphony’s, but it still had some memorable tracks.
Rydia is beautiful and calm on the outside, but she can unleash torrents of destructive black magic and call upon the power of the Eidolons at will. Similarly, the theme for Final Fantasy IV’s Feymarch and the cave leading to it is serene, but it belies the brutal enemies that lay in wait for unsuspecting intruders.