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RoboCop 3

ロボコップ3

Platforms: NES
Year: 1992
Developed by: Probe
Published by: Ocean

Number of Files: 9
Total Filesize: 22 MB (MP3), 45 MB (FLAC)
Date Added: Nov 1st, 2022
Album type: Gamerip
Uploaded by: NotToBugMe

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1. Game Over 0:09 0.18 MB 0.49 MB get_app
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2. Ending, High Scores 1:10 1.42 MB 3.70 MB get_app
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3. Ninja Battle 2:26 4.10 MB 4.28 MB get_app
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4. Level 4 - Back to OCP 1:01 1.53 MB 1.78 MB get_app
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5. Level 3 - Cadillac Heights - Day 0:44 1.09 MB 1.32 MB get_app
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6. Level 2 - Rocket Motors Factory 0:44 1.09 MB 1.20 MB get_app
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7. Repair Laboratory 0:44 0.85 MB 2.24 MB get_app
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8. Level 1 - Cadillac Heights - Dusk 1:01 1.63 MB 1.66 MB get_app
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9. Title Screen 8:27 10.27 MB 28.02 MB get_app
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NotToBugMe

09:27 Nov 1st, 2022Offline

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This album was updated on 1st of November, 2022.

Master2873

11:45 Jul 8th, 2022Offline

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I remember this being really good at a young age, but now that I can fully hear all the music since the game was hard as balls, it hasn't aged well. The title screen music is pretty good, as well is the Repair Laboratory. The victory and game over screen music is also pretty good, everything else comes off flat, similar sounding, or is missing depth that they could really use. It's not absolutely terrible, but kinda bleh with some solid tracks in my opinion.

I have this feeling it might have to do with the fact there were multiple SKU's of this game, and I've yet to hear the music on the other versions, and the team(s) could have very well been spread thin. Makes me wonder how crazy this soundtrack could have been if Tim Follin was at the healm.