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    Details for Mega Man II - Crash Man
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    File Name: Mega Man II - Crash Man
    Authors: Gamma V
    Insert Size: 0x56F bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: None
    Source: Remix
    Duration: 0:47
    Featured: No
    Description: One of the better themes from Mega Man II on the Game Boy, this song would best fit a sky or factory level.
    Tags: industrial, sky
    Rating: No rating
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    Download: Download - 32.26 KiB
    Btdubs, the Game Boy game is also known as Rockman World 2 in Japan.

    Also the game was developed by a different company.
    Posted by: Klug - | Link
    bebn legg
    One thing to note is that channel #3 can use some loops. Namely,
    repeats a lot. Otherwise, this is a nice little arrangement.
    Posted by:  bebn legg - | Link
    Is it hard to add (GB) in submission name? I got confused, does that mean nobody else will? Even wikipedia page about Game Boy game has (Game Boy) in article name when specifically talking about Game Boy game. Maybe roman vs. arabic numbering isn't a big difference. They both represent the same number, so how can you not confuse them?
    Posted by:  RussianMan - | Link
    7 up
    However, MM2 has an Arabic number on the box. I think all bases are covered now.
    Posted by: 7 up - | Link
    But title screen of MM2 on NES uses roman number. Just to avoid any confusion (GB) should be added.
    Posted by:  RussianMan - | Link
    7 up
    Games for GB have Roman numeration and NES titles Arabic numbers regardless of where they were released. Outside of Japan, games for stationary consoles have Roman numbers in-game and their Japanese counterparts have subtitles, besides the first one. Every GB game in Japan has 'World' before the number and common sense would imply that so should their Western counterparts. In order to avoid confusion, all the Western games for stationary consoles are given Arabic numbers, no matter if they were released before Mega Man 8 (the first Classic game not to have an Americanized logo) or not, whereas GB games have Roman numerization.
    Posted by: 7 up - | Link
    i thought it was going to be NES MMII theme. Maybe you should tag it with (GB) in file name.
    Posted by:  RussianMan - | Link

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