10 for nostalgia, but it's not 8-bit.
I really don't think that's 2 squares, a triangle, a noise channel, and a DPCM channel. While synths are nice, it really pays to use the actual sound you lead people to believe it is.
Megadeth version doesn't represent Duke
Man, I hate the Megadeth version of the game; I've played this when it came out, and I loved listening to the intro music, just for the hell of it. When I install it on my XP pro, I get Megadeth. I became so disappointed. This brings back memories. I would give it a ten, but there is a smaal break; if that was removed, then full ten; still 5/5!
Not really good.
This more or less sounds like you ran the original DN3D grab bag through an ESS Audio Drive. All ESS sound cards have horrible MPU401/MIDI support and the end result is something like this.
I remember when I had my 486 back in the day and bought an ESS sound card just to play DN3D / Quake, and this is what started blaring out of the speakers. I sat there and thought to myself "I spent 4 hours writing autoexec.bat and config.sys environment variables just to hear this crap?" And promptly went out and bought the more expensive AWE64, which sounded godly.
8 bit nuke
LOL this is what nuke should of been
I really like this!
sounds very true to the original, but with the nice nostalgia aspect with it.
Need ideas? Here are some I'd like to see:
Theme of Lupin the 3rd (1979 version)
"Never Gonna Give You Up" By Rick Astley
19/2000 (Soulchild remix) by the Gorillaz
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.