Download Episode 62: “Mega Man X-travaganza” here!
In 1994, Capcom unleashed Mega Man X on the SNES, revitalizing the Mega Man series and spawning an entirely new set of sequels. Keiji Inafune was at the helm, and upgraded every aspect of the Blue Bomber’s gameplay, including the music! Join Mike and Ed as they walk through the first three games in the series, and charge up you eardrums with fantastic tracks by Setsuo Yamamoto, Yuki Iwai, Kinuyo Yamashita, and more!
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Mega Man X (Capcom, SNES, 1994)
Composed by Setsuo Yamamoto, Makoto Tomozawa, Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara, and Toshihiko Horiyama
1 – Spark Mandrill (Makoto Tomozawa)
2 – Storm Eagle (Makoto Tomozawa)
3 – Armored Armadillo (Setsuo Yamamoto)
4 – Boomer Kuwanger (Yuko Takehara)
Mega Man X 2 (Capcom, SNES, 1995)
Composed by Yuki Iwai
5 – Magna Centipede (Red Alert)
6 – Wheel Gator (Panzer des Drachens “Dragon Tank”)
7 – Wire Sponge (Weather Wizard)
8 – Crystal Snail (Sinister Gleam)
Mega Man X3 (Capcom, SNES, 1996)
Composed by Kinuyo Yamashita
9 – Toxic Seahorse
10 – Gravity Beetle
11 – Blast Hornet
12 – Crush Crawfish