Posted 2000-05-18, evaluated by djpretzel
Surely you remember all those great vertical shooters that made the turbografx so cool in its day? My friend Opi, who runs a great TG16 site called Engineshock, suggested I remix one of those old shooters . . so I sat down and played a little super star soldier, and gave it my best. The name is kinda weird, but it's supposed to suggest that this ReMix is more rave/hardcore oriented, and sounds MUCH MUCH BETTER at high volumes. This uses some of the new sounds I've recently gotten, which I'm quite happy with, as they do a pretty decent job of "emulating" old analogue synths . . . enough talk, leech it, crank it, & do a funky little chicken dance around your room . . then go play some SSS.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Super Star Soldier (Hudson Soft, 1990, TG16)
Music by Keita Hoshi, Nozomi Nakahashi
- "Into The Super Battle (Stage 1 BGM)"
- EDM, Electro
- Funky, Quirky
- Arrangement > Extended Soloing
Effects > Distortion
Time > Tempo: Moderate
- 5,226,570 bytes
- Size: 5,226,570 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: bbafcca40563a58ed9abd26dbf5974a0
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