Retro VGM Revival Hour – Ultimate VGM Halloween Playlist

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It’s that time of year again, when every home, school or place of business is decorated top to bottom in fake spider webs, rubber skeletons and quickly rotting jack-o-lanterns, all with “The Monster Mash,” “Ghostbusters” and the occasional track or two from “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” blasting out through some speakers on repeat. As lovers of video game music, isn’t it about time we broke the usual mundane Halloween traditions and introduce our type of music to the neighborhood?
Horror-themed games are fun to play all year round and there are a selected few that have some incredibly amazing music that are just perfect for your Halloween playlist this year. These video game tracks are all you need to have blasting from your doorstep this All Hallows’ Eve.

So you Just came back from trick-or-treating and ready to unwind. you Don’t need to go to any party because You already partied last weekend. You could watch a horror movie, But you already did that Earlier in the day. Why not spend the creepiest hours of All Hallows’ Eve listening to a some spooky video game tracks instead?

So dim the lights and cuddle up real close as we’re about to embrace our darker side on this episode of the retro VGM revival hour dedicated to Halloween.

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Track List:
Game – Composer – Title – Year – Company – System

PART 1:

1.) Sweet Home – Junko Tamiya – “The Eastern Garden” – December 15, 1989 (Japan Only) – CAPCOM – Famicom

2.) Monster Party – Masaki Hashimoto ( Hashimotoravolta ) – “Title Screen” – June 1989 – Human Entertainment/Bandai – NES

3.) Shadowgate – Hiroyuki Masuno – “Entryway” – December, 1989 – ICOM Simulations/ Kemco – NES

4.) Uninvited – Hiroyuki Masuno – “Game Over” – June 1991 – ICOM Simulations/ Kemco – NES

5.) Chakan: The Forever Man – Mark Steven Miller & Jason Scher – “Air Dimension 1 – The Dragonfly King”- June 8, 1992 – Extended Play Productions – Sega Genesis

6.) Clock Tower – Kouji Niikura & Kaori Takazoe – ” Don’t Cry, Jennifer” – September 14, 1995 (Japan Only) – Human Entertainment – Super Famicon

7.) Devilish: The Next Possesion – Hitoshi Sakimoto – “Stage 1 (Graveyard)” – 1992 – Aisystem Tokyo/ Sage’s Cration – Sega Genesis

8.) DOOM – Robert Prince – “E1M1 At Doom’s Gate” – September 1, 1995 – Sculptured Software/Williams Entertainment – SNES

9.) Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts – Mari Yamaguchi – “Stage 1″ – November 28, 1991 – CAPCOM – SNES

10.) Ghoul School – Scott Marshall – “Hall Theme” – March 1992 – Imaineering/ Electro Brain – NES

11.) The Immortal – Rob Hubbard – “Barrel Ride” – August 9, 1993 – Sandcastle/ Electronic Arts – Sega Genesis

12.) Splatterhouse – Katsuro Tajima & Yoshinori Kawamoto – “Evil Cross & Nightmares (Stage 4)” – April 21, 1990 – Namco – TurboGrafx-16

13.) Fester’s Quest – Naoki Kodaka – “Underground Sewers” – September 1989 – SunSoft – NES

14.) Bram Stoker’s Dracula – Matt Furniss & Andy Brock – “Stage 2-3” – September 1993 – Traveller’s Tales/ Sony Imagesoft – Genesis

15.) Master of Darkness – Yoko Wada & Takashi Horiguchi – “Epitaph (Round 3)” – 1992 – SIMS/ SEGA – Sega Master System

16.) Nosferatu – Masanao Akahori – “Main Theme” – October 1995 – Sea Corporation – SNES

17.) Phantom Fighter – Hironari Tadokoro – “Town” – April 1990 – Marionette/ FCI – NES

18.) Werewolf: The Last Warrior – Shogo Sakai & Yusuke Takahama – “Werewolf Form (Stage Theme 2)” – November 22, 1990 – SAS Sakata/ Data East – NES

19.) Zombies Ate My Neighbors – Joe McDermott – “Mars Needs Cheerleaders” – September 24, 1993 – LucasArts/ KONAMI – Sega Genesis

20.) Zombie Nation (AKA Samurai Zombie Nation) – Takane Ohkubo & Norio Nakagata – “Exodus (Round 1-2/ New York Night)” – January 1991 – KAZe/ Meldac – NES

21.) Silent Hill – Akira Yamaoka – “Silent Hill” – January 31, 1999 – KONAMI – PlayStation

PART 2:

1.) Bram Stoker’s Dracula – Jeroen Tel – “Daytime Scenes (Part 1)”- 1993 – Probe Software/Sony Imagesoft – NES

2.) Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest – Kenichi Matsubara – “A Requiem (Ending)” -1988 – KONAMI – NES

3.) Altered Beast – Tohru Nakabayashi (arranged by Kenji Eno & Michiya Hirasawa)- “Altered Beast Mode” – June 1986 – Interlink/Asmik Corporation – Famicom

4.)Dr. Chaos – Ponii Ichinen – “Mansion Theme”- 1988 – Marionette/FCI – NES

5.) The Immortal – Rob Hubbard – “Battle Theme” – 1990 – Sandcastle/Electronic Arts – NES

6.) Splatterhouse 2 – Eiko Kaneda – “Escape from the Evil One” – August 3, 1992 – Namco – Sega Genesis

7.) Dracula X – Tomoya Tomita, Masanari Iwata, Harumi Ueko & Masahiko Kimura – “Illusionary Dance” – September 1995 – KONAMI – SNES

8.) Ghostbusters – Kazuhiko Nagai – “Final Case – Deep Hole” – June 29, 1990 – Compile/SEGA – Sega Genesis

9.) Silent Hill 4: The Room – Akira Yamaoka (performed by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn)
– “Room Of Angel” – September 7, 2004 – KONAMI – PlayStation 2 & Xbox

10.) Master of Darkness – Yoko Wada & Takashi Horiguchi – “ Laboratory (Round 4)“ – 1992 – SIMS/SEGA – Sega Master System

11.) Wolfchild – Martin Iveson – “Ancient Temple (Stage 3 )” – May 13, 1996 – CORE Design/JVC Musical Industries, Inc. – Sega Genesis

12.) Splatter House : Wanpaku Graffiti – Anna Puruna – “The Cabin“ – July 31, 1989 – Now production/NAMCO – Famicom

13.) Shadowrun – Sam Powell – “Redmond Barrens“ – 1994 – BlueSky Software/SEGA – Sega Genesis

14.) Castlevania – Lords of Shadow – Óscar Araujo – “Belmont’s Theme” – October 5, 2010 – MercuryStream & Kojima Productions/KONAMI – PS3 & Xbox 360

15.) Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly – Akayo Toyoda – “Crimson Butterfly“- December 10, 2003 – Tecmo – Playstation 2 & Xbox

16.) Monster in My Pocket – Hiroshi Takeyasu & Kozo Nakamura – “Stage 1: Monsters In My House” – January 1992 – KONAMI – NES

17.) Frankenstein: The Monster Returns – Linus & Cha-Cha – “Stage 2“ – 1990 – TOSE/Bandai – NES

18.) Attack of the Killer Tomatoes – Mark Van Hecke – “Streets“ – January 1992 – Imagineering/THQ – NES

19.) A Nightmare on Elm Street – David Wise – “House Theme 3” – October 1990 – RARE/LJN – NES

20.) Godzilla: Monster of Monsters – Masatomo Minamoto – “Godzilla & Title Screen(Planet X theme)“ – October 1989 – Compile/TOHO – NES

21.) Nosferatu – Masanao Akahori – “Creature of the Night” – October 1995 – SETA Corporation – SNES

PART 3:

1.) The Addams Family: Pugsley’s Scavenger Hunt – Jonatahn Dunn – “House Interior” – February 1993 – Ocean Software & Enigma Variations Ltd./ Ocean Software – SNES

2.) Dr. Franken – (arranged) Mark Cooksey – “Title Screen (Johann Sebastian Bach’s Fugue No. 2 In C Minor BWV 847 (The Well Tempered Clavier in C)” – December 1992 – MotiveTime, Ltd./Kemco – Game Boy

3.) Alien vs. Predator – Tenpei Sato & Hisayoshi Ogura – “Battle & City” – January 8, 1993 – Jorudan/Activision – SNES

4.) Doraemon – Giga Zombie no Gyakushuu (Doraemon The Revenge of Giga Zombie) – Kutsukake Takashi, Miyata Yasuo & June Chikuma – “Cave and Little House (Cave 2) & Tower of Evil King (Siedon’s base)” – September 14, 1990(Japan Only) – Epoch – Famicom

5.) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde – Michiharu Hasuya – “Title Screen (Opening) & Jekyll’s Theme” – April 8, 1988 – Advance Communication Co./Bandai – NES

6.) Party Hard – Felipe Adorno Vassao – “My Future Broken Heart (Miami Party)” – August 25, 2015 – Pinokl Games/TinyBuild Games – Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 4 & Xbox One

7.) Drac’s Night Out – Mark Lesser, Rex Bradford & Advanced Audio Productions – “Story (Pause Menu) & Castle Interior (Main BGM)“ – 1991 (Unreleased) – Microsmiths/Parker Brothers – NES

8.) New Ghostbusters II – Jun Ishikawa – “Round 5 (Museum)” – December 26, 1990 (Japan/Europe Only) – HAL Laboratory – NES

9.) Dungeon Explorer – Tsukasa Masuko – “Dungeon BMG 1 & Dungeon BGM 4“ – March 4, 1989 – Atlus/Hudson Soft – TurboGrafx-16 (PC Engine)

10.) Decap Attack – Fumito Tamayama & Hiroto Kanno – “Stage 5” – September 1991 – Vic Tokai/SEGA – Sega Genesis

11.) Ghouls ‘n Ghosts – Tamayo Kawamoto – “Level 5 (The Castle) & Level 2 (The Village of Decay and Destruction)” – October 29, 1989 – CAPCOM/SEGA – Sega Genesis

12.) Halloween Harry (Alien Carnage) – Steven Baker & George Stamatiadis – “Mission 2A & Mission 4B” – October 10, 1993 – Interactive Binary Illusions & SubZero Software/Apogee Software – MS-DOS

13.) Corpse Party: Blood Covered: Repeated Fear – Mao Hamamoto – “Chapter 1 (Main Theme)” – August 12, 2010 – Team GrisGris/Marvelous USA – Playstation Portable, IOS & Nintendo 3DS

14.) Laser Ghost – Koichi Namiki – “Foot Smell (My Shadow)“ – 1989 – SEGA – Arcade

15.) Monster World IV – Jin Watanabe – “Kool Dude” – April 1, 1994 (Japan Only) – Westone/SEGA – Sega Genesis

16.) Demon’s Crest – Toshihiko Horiyama – “Over the Demon Realm & Metropolis of Ruin” – October 21, 1994 – CAPCOM – SNES

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Retro VGM Revival Hour – RPG’s

stage36_rpgsIn video Games We all like to immerse ourselves as much as we can with whatever game we are playing. To see ourselves as the hero. To become part of a world where we can be heroes, kings, warriors, and doing whatever we can as we conquer, save and survive extraordinary adventures in faraway lands. This particular type of game is not one you dip into from time to time. This is the type of game that you fully invest yourself deeply into a world filed with an ocean of possibilities.

No single genre in video games lets us do exactly this like role-playing games. So Pick your character class, choose your weapons and recruit your comrades Because this STAGE in the retro VGM revival hour is going to cover RPG games.

 

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Track List:
Game – Composer – Title – Year – Company – System

1.) Final Fantasy Mystic Quest – Ryuji Sasai & Yasuhiro Kawakami – “Boss Battle Theme (Battle Theme 02)” – October 5, 1992 – SQUARE – SNES

2.) Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan (Sekaiju no Meikyū IV: Denshō no Kyojin) – Yuzo Koshiro – “battlefield: storm” – July 5, 2012 – Atlus – Nintendo 3DS

3.) Cladun: This is an RPG (Classic Dungeon: Fuyoku no Masōjin) – Kaori Tsutsui, Syntaro Jimbo & Yoh Ohyama – “Knight of a Foreign Country” – System Prisma/Nippon Ichi Software & NIS America – February 18, 2010 – PSP

4.) Final Fantasy Adventure – Kenji Ito – “Requiem & Rising Sun (Title Theme)” – June 28, 1991 – SQUARE – Game Boy

5.) Chrono Cross – Yasunori Mitsuda – “Scars of Time (Time’s Scar)” – November 18, 1999 – SQUARE – Sony Playstaytion

6.) Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind – Jeremy Soule -“Nerevar Rising (Main theme)” – May 1, 2002 – Bethesda Game Studios – Windows PC & Microsoft Xbox

7.) Wild Arms – Michiko Naruke – “To the End of the Wilderness/To a New Journey (Ending)” – December 20, 1996 – Media.Vision/Sony Computer Entertainment – Sony Playstation

8.) Grandia – Noriyuki Iwadare – “Battle 3 theme” – December 18, 1997 – Game Arts/ESP Software – Sega Saturn & Sony Playstation

9.) Wild Arms 5 (Wild Arms: The Vth Vanguard) – Masato Kouda, Noriyasu Agematsu & Michiko Naruke – “When the Heart Ignites” – December 14, 2006 – Media.Vision/SCEI (Sony Computer Entertainment Inc) – Playstation 2

10.) Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals (Estpolis Denki II ) – Yasunori Shiono – “Battle Theme #1, Battle Theme #2 & The Savior Of Those On Earth (The One Who Will Save the Earth)” – February 24, 1995 – Neverland/Taito & Natsume – SNES

11.) Final Fantasy III (Final Fantasy 6) – Nobuo Uematsu – “Prelude Theme & Snowy Field (Terra’s Theme/World Map)”- April 2, 1994 – SQUARE – SNES

12.) Xenoblade Chronicles – Manami Kiyota, Yoko Shimomura, Yasunori Mitsuda & Music Team ACE+ (Tomori Kudo, Hiroyo “CHiCO” Yamanaka & Kenji Hiramatsu) – “Gaur Plains” – June 10, 2010 – Monolith Soft/Nintendo – Nintendo Wii

13.) Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Another Story – Takanori Arisawa – “Silver Moon Cruiser” – September 22, 1995 (Japan Only) – Angel – Super Famicom/SNES

14.) Cthulhu Saves the World – Gordon McNeil – “The Trial” – December 30, 2010 – Zeboyd Games – Windows PC & Xbox 360

15.) Medarot 4: Kabuto Version/Kuwagata Version (Medabots 4) – Kinuyo Yamashita – “Medaropolis” – March 23, 2001 (Japan Only) – Natsume/Imagineer – Game Boy Color

16.) Grandia III – Noriyuki Iwadare – “Attack with Conviction (Battle Theme)” – August 4, 2005 – Game Arts/SQUARE – Playstation 2

17.) Final Fantasy VIII – Nobuo Uematsu – “Balamb Garden” – February 11, 1999 – SQUARE – Sony Playstation

18.) Mother 3 – Shogo Sakai – “Welcome! & Mr. Batty Twist” – April 20, 2006 (Japan Only) – Brownie Brown & HAL Laboratory/Nintendo – GBA

19.) Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean – Motoi Sakuraba – “The True Mirror (Battle Theme)” – December 5, 2003 – Tri-Crescendo & Monolith Soft/NAMCO – Nintendo Game cube

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Retro VGM Revival Hour: HANDHELD GAMES

STAGE32_HandheldIt’s almost impossible to overlook the impact of handheld games, there’s no question that a huge part of our gaming lives recently have centered on gaming on the go with actual hand-held systems.

Playing amazing games anywhere we want is the goal of any gamer but as much as the hardware might change or upgrade, its the games that we look forward to every-time we dig into our suitcases, book bags or even fanny packs. An experience that could only be amplified by the great music these games have is why this episode of the retro VGM revival hour is dedicated to Handheld game music.

 

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Track List:
Game – Composer – Title – Year – Company – System

1.) Mega Man Maverick Hunter X – Toshihiko Horiyama, Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara, Makoto Tomozawa, Setsuo Yamamoto, Kento Hasegawa, Seiko Kobuchi & Shinya Okada – “New-Type Airport (Storm Eagle Stage)” – January 31, 2006 – CAPCOM – PSP

2.) Sylvan Tale – Saori Kobayashi – “Overworld 1” – January 27, 1995 (Japan Only) – SEGA – Game Gear

3.) Trip World – Manami Matsumae, Masayuki Iwata, Tsutomu Ishida, Atsushi Mihiro & Shinichi Seya – “World 1” – November 27, 1992 (Japan & Europe Only) – SunSoft – Game Boy

4.) Power Pro Kun Pocket 7 – Shoichi Tanaka , Yoshihiro Tagawa, Watanabe Kino, Naoyuki Sato & Tomoaki Hirono – “Guts’s Over!” – December 2, 2004 (Japan Only) – KONAMI – GBA

5.) Kirby’s Block Ball – Sukezo Ouyama & Ryoue Takagi – “Mr. Shine and Mr. Bright’s Stage (5th Stage)” – 1995 – HAL Laboratory/NINTENDO – Game Boy

6.) Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow – Masahiko Kimura & Michiru Yamane – “Cursed Clock Tower”- August 25, 2005 – KONAMI – Nintendo DS

7.) Electrocop – Bob Vieira – “Level Theme” – 1989 – Epyx/Atari – Atari Lynx

8.) Ys: Memories of Celceta (aka “Ys: Foliage Ocean in Celceta”) – Hayato Sonoda, Takahiro Unisuga, Saki Momiyama, and Tomokatsu Hagiuda – “The Great Forest of Celceta” – September 27, 2012 – Nihon Falcom/Sxeed Games – Playstation Vita

9.) Mother 3 – Shogo Sakai – “Serious” – April 20, 2006 (japan Only) – HAL laboratory & Brownie Brown/NINTENDO – GBA

10.) Ganbare Goemon: Tōkai Dōchū Ōedo Tengu ri Kaeshi no Maki – Yasuhiro Ichihashi – “I Am Impact!” – June 23, 2005 (Japan Only) – KONAMI – Nintendo DS

11.) Shinobi – Yuzo Koshiro – “Rush, First Step & Distant Thunder” – April 26, 1991 – SEGA – Game Gear

12.) Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth – Atsushi Kitajoh & Toshiki Konishi – “Footsteps of Time” -June 5, 2014 – Atlus – Nintendo 3DS

13.) Xanadu Next – Falcom Sound Team – “Evildoer” – June 20, 2005 (Japan only) – Nihon Falcom/Nokia – Nokia N-Gage

14.) Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 – Kazuhiro Nakamura & Go Shiina – “Break Through with the Sword“ – January 29, 2009 (Japan Only) – Alfa System/Bandai Namco Games – PSP

15.) Mega Man Xtreme – Toshio Kasino & Story Utsumi – “Magna Centipede” – October 20, 2000 – CAPCOM – Game Boy Color

16.) King of Fighters R-1 – Shinsekai Gakkyoku Zatsugidan – “Fairy (Chizuru Kagura’s Theme) & Psycho Soldier Remix ’97 (Athena’s Theme)” – March 16, 1999 (Japan & Europe Only) – SNK – Neo Geo Pocket

17.) Zan Gear – Motoi Sakuraba – “Age of Heat Haze“ – October 23, 1990 (Japan Only) – Wolf Team/Nippon Telenet – Game Gear

18.) Medarot 5: Susutake Mura no Tenkousei: Kabuto ( AKA “Medabots 5″) – Kinuyo Yamashita – “Hardness Ten” – December 14, 2001 (Japan Only) – Natsume/Imagineer – GBC

19.) Guilty Gear Petit – Daisuke Ishiwatari -“Holy Orders” – January 25, 2001 (Japan Only) – Arc System Works/SAMMY – WonderSwan Color

Retro VGM Revival Hour – Sony Playstation

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A couple of months back, the 20 year anniversary of the Sony PlayStation occurred and For any product in this vast and unpredictable world of gaming to last that long is undeniably quite an achievement.

The PlayStation revolutionized the videogame industry immersive gameplay and cinematic storytelling experiences that weren’t previously possible on older hardware, and ushered in a new era of videogaming which shifted game developers and publishers from being considered toy makers to being seen as part of the entertainment industry.

The sony Playstation made its mark in the video game industry and continues to entertain gamers world wide through its various iterations. That is why this STAGE of the retro VGM revival out is to celebrate the 20th year anniversary of the sony playstation.

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Track List:
Game – Composer – Title – Year – Company – System

1.) Megaman X5 – Naoto Tanaka, Takuya Miyawaki & Naoya Kamisaka – “X vs Zero” -January 31, 2001 – Capcom – Sony Playstation

2.) Street Fighter Alpha 3 – Yuki Iwai, Takayuki Iwai, Isao Abe,
Hideki Okugawa & Tetsuya Shibata – “Scala (Rose’s Theme)” – April 30, 1999 – Capcom – Sony Playstation

3.) Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back – Josh Mancell – “Crash Dash, Crash Crush, Un-Bearable” – October 31, 1997 – Naughty Dog/Sony Computer Entertainment – Sony Playstation

4.) Chrono Cross – Yasunori Mitsuda – “Dream of the Shore Near Another World” – August 15, 2000 – SquareSoft – Sony Playstation

5.) The Legend of Dragoon – Takeo Miratsu & Dennis Martin – “Dart’s Theme” – June 11, 2000 – Sony Computer Entertainment – Sony Playstation

6.) Guilty Gear – Daisuke Ishiwatari, Takahiro Uematsu, Hatsuaki Takami & Takuya Moritou – “Conclusion” – October 31, 1998 – Arc System Works – Sony Playstation

7.) Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Michiru Yamane – “Lost Paintings” – October 2, 1997 – Konami – Sony Playstation

8.) Tomb Raider III: Adventures of Lara Croft – Nathan McCree – “Main Theme” – November 21, 1998 – Core Design/EIDOS Interactive – Sony Playstation

9.) Final Fantasy VIII – Nobuo Uematsu – “The Man with the Machine Gun” – September 9, 1999 – SquareSoft – Sony Playstation

10.) Brave Fencer Musashi – Tsuyoshi Sekito – “The Palace of Ice” – October 31, 1998 – SquareSoft – Sony Playstation

11.) Einhänder – Kenichiro Fukui – “Madness“ – May 5, 1998 – SquareSoft/Sony Computer Entertainment – Sony Playstation

12.) Resident Evil 2 – Masami Ueda, Shusaku Uchiyama
& Syun Nishigaki – “Secure Place” – January 21, 1998 – Capcom – Sony Playstation

13.) Silent Hill – Akira Yamaoka – “Tears of…” – January 31, 1999 – Konami – Sony Playstation

14.) PaRappa the Rapper – Masaya Matsuura & Yoshihisa Suzuki – “Instructor mooselini’s rap & All master’s rap“ – October 31, 1997 – NanaOn-Sha/Sony Computer Entertainment – Sony Playstation

15.) Final Fantasy VII – Nobuo Uematsu – “Aerith’s Theme” – September 7, 1997 – SquareSoft/Sony Computer Entertainment – Sony Playstation

16.) Twisted Metal – Chuck E. Meyers, Lance Lenhart & Tom Hopkins – “Main Theme” – November 5, 1995 – SingleTrac/Sony Computer Entertainment – Sony Playstation

17.) Vagrant Story – Hitoshi Sakimoto – “Joshua“ – May 15, 2000 – SquareSoft – Sony Playstation

18.) Persona 2: Eternal Punishment – Toshiko Tasaki, Masaki Kurokawa & Kenichi Tsuchiya – “Boss Battle” – December 22, 2000 – Atlus – Sony Playstation

19.) Tekken 3 – Nobuyoshi Sano, Keiichi Okabe, Hiroyuki Kawada, Minamo Takahashi & Yuu Miyake – “Jin Kazama Theme” – April 29, 1998 – Namco – Sony Playstation

20.) Mega Man X4 – Toshihiko Horiyama – “Opening Stage (Playing as X)” – September 25, 1997 – Capcom – Sony Playstation

21.) Metal Gear Solid – Rika Muranaka /Performed by Aoife Ní Fhearraigh – “The Best Is Yet To Come” – October 21, 1998 – Konami – Sony Playstation