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ParagonX9 - Metropolis [8-Bit]

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Date
11/25/2008
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2.4 MB
2 min 39 sec
Score
4.39 / 5.00

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ParagonX9 - Metropolis [8-Bit] (Loop)

My first 8-Bit Loop here on Newgrounds =]
Sounds like Megaman, But this is NOT a remix!
Made it all in Reason! I hope you enjoy my first 8bit track!

- Paragon

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IronBladerIronBlader

Rated 5 / 5 stars

8 bit paradise

I admit... I may be in Generation 4 in technology, but generation 2 sounds are still wonderfully addictive.
This song just ruined my homework... I was listening to this the whole time...


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CynusCynus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Aweosme

Where did you get the 8-Bit sounds? All the 8-Bit sounds I've found sound like crap, so I have to make my own, but they only sound partially 8-Bit. What did you use? D:


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GeneralGuy13GeneralGuy13

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Mind Blowing

I Love the 8-Bit mix what i really like is the start of it and the rest is mind blowing 10/5


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MatokingiMatokingi

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very good for a first 8-bit track

It sounds Megaman-inspired, but still manages to have it's own style. It also doesn't sound repetitive.

I would want to use this in a game of mine and I've already sent a PM about it to you.


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DrMackFoxxDrMackFoxx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

8-bit Wizardry at It's Finest

Gotta love it when someone takes old sound samples, like, in this case, those from the NES, and then proves you do not need an orchestra at your command in order to make a great song. This song really would be at home in a Megaman game, especially as the BGM to one of Dr. Wily's stages, if you ask me. Excellent work as usual! +1 to Favorites


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