You aren't just dealing with a mega man, but a group of mega men. Asis Galvin gathers PMC and Raisi K to bring you a mixtape remixing the entirety of the Mega Man III soundtrack into head bobbing hip hop beats. Get lost in the rhythm and bounce as you teleport to the next evil lair to defeat that insidious evil doctor for the last time.
A humble collection of hot beats
As I write this, and take my initial listen of the album, I am not quite sure exactly which songs are originals, and which are remixes and covers (except for an epic Doom remix). This means I have failed the challenge set forth by Urban Flow, the album's creator. I think I might get a better score with some repeated listens. Those listens are happening. It doesn't matter though, because any of the songs that aren't in a game (or anime, etc), could certainly stand among some of the best.
From the remixes I do recognize, there is an unbelievable Mystic Cave Zone remix from Sonic The Hedgehog 2. That is my personal favorite theme from the Sonic series(Escape from the City is #2). Even as a person who actively seeks out remixes of this track, I haven't heard a take on it quite like this before. Not game related, even if I had games based on it for the PS2 and GBA, the YuYu Hakusho remix hits all the right Nostalgia buttons, while still getting me pumped for a battle. "Time to Fight definitely makes it onto my fighting game music playlist (although this whole album makes it on the list, technically).
Over the top, pompous, fully loaded hip hop remix from Raisi K. This song is truly befitting my favorite cursed swordsman.
This song gives a bit of a foreboding chill but the lively horns keep morale high and the beat bumping.