Since the release of the first in a now long series of games and spinoffs in 1987, the Megaman games have received critical acclaim for having great soundtracks. The sounds and music created with such now technologically primitive sound hardware sounded and still sounds awesome to the day. Some of the more memorable Megaman music tracks have come from the final set of levels in each game, the Dr. Wily levels. In this post I lay out my three favorites and ask you all to decide which is the best.
Tag: video games
We’re almost to the Top 10 portion of my Top 25 games of all-time, but first we’ve got another five that are near and dear to me to get through first! While this batch has another relatively new game, I’m also really digging back into the annals of history with another one.
It’s that time of the year, when everybody turns to reflection on the past and looks to the future, after sufficient amounts of existential dread for the present. I’ve noticed a few lists of all-time favorite video games popping up and thought I’d try my hand at it.
Platform: PlayStation 1
Release Date (NA): 11/12/1997 (initial release)
I’m not going to sugarcoat this: this game sucks.