Heh sounds like a good time. I'm gonna be moving into my new place mid-June...lot's of packing and selling off crap. Can't even recognize my home now. Anyhoo, I might have to take your place this round eh?
The originals had this distinct epic feeling while your remix feels like something I would hear in Mega-Man, which is a good thing. While I do quite enjoy the change into Frog's theme. there are sometimes where it sounds kinda harsh (like the trumpet around 1:16) , just a little bit of EQ would help.
Overall a quite enjoyable core that just needs some EQ.
That's a unique way of opening this - that out of tune acoustic guitar lead really sets the tone of this track, and I like it a lot. Not enough people utilize purposeful detuning, as it's a really creepy, alienating feeling when it's done right, as it's done here. Great setup, and the idea to rock out the source is a good one. I think the arrangement works well as it is - it's a bit slow in the beginning, but it does take it to town once it picks up, there.
The biggest setback this has (as others have mentioned) is the EQ and mixing on the production end of things. The rhythm rocking guitars sound distant and hollow (completely lacking in bass), the drums are mixed pretty quietly, and the overall EQ balance of this track sounds strange. The individual elements don't sound like they take up the correct EQ spaces, so when they all come together it doesn't sound right. The bass guitar is about right, but the rhythm is too focused in the mid range, the lead guitar is really lacking in the upper range, etc.
I don't have too much more to say than the others have said - it's a really cool groove which is hindered by the EQ work and mixing balance. If this were polished up in those areas this would be a pretty cool track to post, but as it stands I'm afraid I must agree with my fellow judges. I hope to see it improved and polished further!