Retro VGM Revival Hour – MEGA MAN

 

MEGAmanVideo game music based on The much beloved MEGA MAN games is what this very special episode is about, so make sure you have plenty of “E” tanks handy and have your Mega Buster fully charged up. This episode might just blow you away in its sheer epicness of all things Mega Man. What better way to celebrate Mega Man week than by playing some memorable tunes from the Mega man and Mega Man x series.

 

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

*Mega Man – Manami Matsumae – “Fire Man” , “Cut Man” – December 17, 1987

*Mega Man 2 – Takashi Tateishi, Manami Matsumae – “introduction and Title Theme” , “Bubble Man” , “Dr. Wily’s Castle” – December 24, 1988

*Mega Man 3 – Yasuaki Fujita, Harumi Fujita – “Introduction” , “Spark Man” – September 28, 1990

* Mega Man 4 – Minae Fujii – “Drill Man” – December 6, 1991

* Mega Man 5 – Mari Yamaguchi – “ProtoMan’s Fortress Stage”
– December 4, 1992

* Mega Man 6 – Yuko Takehara – “Tomahawk Man” – jap. October 5, 1993/us. March 15, 1994

* Mega Man 7 – Yuko Takehara, Toshihiko Horiyama, Makoto Tomozawa – “Shade Man” – jap. March 24, 1995/us.September 1995 – SNES

* Mega Man 8 – Shusaku Uchiyama – “Stage Selection” – January 1997 – PS/SATURN

* Mega Man 9 – Yū Shimoda, Ryō Kawakami, Hiroki Isogai, Ippo Yamada – Inti Creates/CAPCOM – “Galaxy Fantasy (Galaxy Man)” – September 22, 2008

* Mega Man 10 – Ippo Yamada, Manami Matsumae, Yasuaki Fujita (bun bun), Akari Kaida, Ryo Kawakami, Hiroki Isogai, Yu Shimoda, Minae Fujii, Mari Yamaguchi, Yuko Takehara, Makoto Tomozawa, and Shusaku Uchiyama – “Nitro Rider (Nitro Man)” – March 1, 2010

* Mega Man X – Setsuo Yamamoto, Makoto Tomozawa, Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara, Toshihiko Horiyama – “Spark Mandrill” – December 17, 1993

* Mega Man X2 – Yuki Iwai – “Flame Stag” – December 16, 1994

* Mega Man X3 – Kinuyo Yamashita – “Toxic Seahorse” – December 1, 1995

* Mega Man X4 – Toshihiko Horiyama – “Storm Owl” – August 1, 1997

* Mega Man X5 – Naoto Tanaka, Naoya Kamisaka, and Takuya Miyawaki – “Duff McWhalen” – jap.November 30, 2000/us.january 31, 2001

* Mega Man X6 – Naoto Tanaka – “Blaze Heatnix” – jap.November 29, 2001/us.December 4, 2001

* Mega Man X7 – Yuko Komiyama, Shinya Okada, Seiko Kobuchi, Naoto Tanaka, Makoto Asai, Teruo Konishi, Shuichi Mizuhata, Noriyuki Iwadare, Takuya Miyawaki – “Vanishing Gungaroo” – jap.July 17, 2003/us.October 14, 2003

* Mega Man X8 – Yuko Komiyama, Naoto Tanaka, and Shinya Okada – “Burn Rooster” – December 7, 2004

* Mega Man & Bass (Rockman & Forte) – Akari Kaida, Naoshi Mizuta, and “Kirikiri-chan” – “Final Boss” – SUPER FAMICON jap.April 24, 1998 – GBA us.March 11, 2003

* Mega Man Network Transmission – Shinji Hosoe, Ayako Saso, and Yousuke Yasui – “Shadowman” – jap.March 6, 2003/us.June 17, 2003 – GameCube –

*Mega Man Battle Network 2 – Yoshino Aoki – “VS. Gospel (Final Battle)” , “Virus Busting (Battle Theme)” – jap.December 14, 2001/us.June 12, 2002 – GBA

* Mega Man ZX – Ippo Yamada, Masaki Suzuki and Ryo Kawakami – “Last Area(Snake Eyes)” – Jap. July 6, 2006/us.September 12, 2006

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