Everyone likes this game , but ganbare goemon 2 on SNES is actually the best fake of the serie. It's like rayman origins on steroid. And you can play it on coop online on some ROM sites.
The best game* sorry
Winter always made me depressed in this game.
I think I fapped to this when I was a teen.
Also fapped to my female character having to dance.
This fits so good with the game somehow. It makes me want to invade shit>>40507>I probably would have rage quit that level
Same here, I can't believe I beat that game
Blogs against Marxism? They are all rarted
I loved Subterrania. Never managed to finish the thing without cheating later on with emulators, those water levels are insane.
Here's another Genesis tune.
That is really good. You can tell that a lot of work, talent, and passion went into the composition.
I'm 98% sure this game is the reason why I love dnb
I love this game so much.
Druid II from Fairlight. Very wizardly, yes?
I also posted a remix of this one a while back, in another thread:https://wizchan.org/music/res/986.html#q3670
I remember seeing old ads but never played it myself.
I think i have the cartridge somewhere in house. Only played it when I had no internet and I was really bored. it's not a great game.
I'm pretty sure I've listened to most, if not all of, Sonic R's sound track. It's so upbeat and catchy that I find myself coming back to it sometimes.
I always start with "Can You Feel the Sunshine", but I'm listening to "Living In the City" right now. They both have lines about surviving, and I find that pretty cool.
Also, as a second choice to listen to, Sonic 2 Gamegear's bad ending song for both its awesome presentation for the ending sequence and ending song.
I've not listened or even gone to any Mario game sound track other than Yoshi's Island's ending theme. Sonic games, even the bad ones, just, overall, have amazing music.
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Eerie. I listened to this on repeat for hours each day a few years back during a depressing episode. It has some undefinable subtleties that ring with the late 90s, to my ears at least.