DarkShock is back with another quality MSU1 effort to bring a digital audio soundtrack to a Super Nintendo classic: this time, it's Capcom's Mega Man 7.
Replacing the original SPC soundtrack is none other than the complete soundtrack of covers by Polish musician Krzysztof Slowikowski taken from his album Mega Man 7 Guitar Playthrough, adding very welcome wailing electric guitars to the action.
You can find the patch and instructions on how to use it from the project page here. There is even a version of the patch for the original Japanese release - Rockman 7: Shukumei no Taiketsu - if you prefer.
Would a Super Nintendo Playstation version of Mega Man 7 sound something like this? We can but imagine. Feel free to drop in the comments below if you enjoy this new take on the old game or if you still prefer the purity of the original SPC700 chip efforts by Yuko Takehara, Toshihiko Horiyama and Makoto Tomozawa.
Here is an Ł from your Polish reader, you can add it to Krzysztof's surname...
Edit: Oh, not this Ł. This - ł
MM7 had a few good tunes. It had the weakest ball-less sfx though. I'd sure welcome a patch that replaced the sfx with NES ones instead.
Hey! Also Polish here. So here's a ł from me as well!
Screaming guitars, not "screeching"...
This REALLY sounds awesome! I will have to do a patch when I get home, because I Promise that this was the weakest soundtrack of all of the Mega Man games.
Another Pole here as well, have an ł from me too!
Too bad there's no way to patch this onto my copy of MM7 on my WiiU =P
I prefer the original version, because I like old synthesizers.
Another reason I need an SD2SNES.
Impressive effort, but the mix sounds a bit off and less "CD era"-like than it should. All the best to the future works of the creator and to others like him.
It's "Słowikowski", an L with a stroke
Tap here to load 11 comments
Leave A Comment
Hold on there, you need to login to post a comment...