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Battle! Cynthia (8 bit) V2

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Was deeply dissatisfied with the original version.


Good one.
Pros: Surprisingly faithful to the original, wouldn't have though it'd be doable on 8-bit. Pleasantly surprised.
Cons: The sudden end, but you already covered that in another post below.
Other: Won't say this is a favorite of mine (it's not bad by any means though), and can't help but think it could be a little better on 16-bit, but as it stands, it's still a good piece. Good work.

Oh and @Kevok, methinks 'sir' isn't quite the right term here...

chaoticmarin responds:

The good news is that I'll be arranging a 16 bit version ofthis song soon enough. I'm arranging every pokemon battle theme in 16 bits at the moment in order of chronology and I'm already on the RSE champion as of the writing of this post.

The retro is overwhelming.

There were honestly a couple of parts where I thought this was a G/S/C song, just because of the musical style and themes. (If you want a time, try 0:40)

Bravo, sir.

Why haven't I come across your userpage before?

This is WAY awesome, much better than anything I could create!

from me
Keep it up! ;)

chaoticmarin responds:

Thanks! I'm currently working on trying an 8-bit arrangement of Gary's Battle music (The Fire Red / Leaf Green version of course.) and the World Champion music from Pokemon Black and White. I'll also probably be releasing an 8-bit arrangement of Megaman ZX's Rockin' On in the near future. c:

Way better than the original

Nice remix, i dont know why but at some parts it gives kind of a Zelda feel to it, its probably just me. Only real thing I wonder about is the sudden abrupt ending, but the rest was great.

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chaoticmarin responds:

That might be because in some cases I'm trying to emulate the sound of old NES game instruments and am doing better at it than I used to in regards to the zelda feel. c:

The abrupt ending is probably an error caused by the fact that the original song is not meant to have an ending and is meant to loop indefinitely. Could've tried removing that last part or extending it to play twice, but honestly didn't feel like it. ^_^;


A very well done 8-bit remix i congraulate you

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4.42 / 5.00

Aug 31, 2011
2:37 AM EDT
Video Game
File Info
2.3 MB
1 min 43 sec

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