Thursday, June 16, 2016

[MP3] Rockman EXE 15th Anniversary Arrange Best Track

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[MP3] Rockman EXE 15th Arrange Best Track

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CD Info
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Title: Rockman EXE 15th Anniversary Arrange Best Track
Publisher: Suleputer (Capcom)
CD Catalog Number: CPCA-10416
Encoding CMD Line: -V 0 %s %d -m s -h -p -c
Lame Version: LAME 3.99.5
Release Date: June 15th, 2016
Rip Release Date: June 16th, 2016
 

Encoded by Nigoli

[MP3] Rockman EXE Sound Box

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[MP3] Rockman EXE Sound Box

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CD Info
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Title: Rockman EXE Sound Box
Publisher: Suleputer (Capcom)
CD Catalog Number: CPCA-10410~5
Encoding CMD Line: -V 0 %s %d -m s -h -p -c
Lame Version: LAME 3.99.5
Release Date: June 15th, 2016
Rip Release Date: June 16th, 2016
 

Encoded by Nigoli

Rockman EXE Sound Box & Arrange Best Track ~ Unboxing

A Sound Box and finally an actual Arrange CD for the EXE Series has been released. There isn't too much to say for the Sound Box, it's simply just past releases (EXE1~3, EXE4&4.5&5, and EXE5DS&6 Complete Music Encyclopedia (Not at all!)) with an extra disc for Battle Chip GP and N1 Battle music. I have no idea why they wouldn't put Battle Chip Stadium's BGM, Transmission, EXE WS, or even a recomposed version of the Cell Phone games. Instead they lambed it not even trying to re-record things this time. The first disc of the Sound Box and onward thought they were older releases on my Audio CD dumping program. Not to mention the big change on the EXE5DS&6 disc has things reordered for the incomplete BGM for EXE5DS first, then EXE6 with an axed out Hakushaku -crossover ver.- from it's previous release because it was Bokura no Taiyou related. Konami must have the rights to that track because it states so inside the book of that older release perhaps?

 

All in all. If you have the older 3 releases. You aren't missing much and should save your money unless you really like the EXE Series enough to have it. I also made this a while back to go along with the older releases. The only thing you're missing out on with this release is Battle Chip GP and N1 Battle and that's really it. I haven't personally listened to the Arrange CD yet, but I'm excited for the treatment.

 

MP3 release coming up later today.

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Two Special Saves to kick off the New Year

With Rockman 8, Rockman X4, Rockman X5, Rockman Battle & Chase, and Tron ni Kobun's release on the Japanese PlayStation Network last month. I've compiled my own save data files for Rockman Battle & Chase and Tron ni Kobun, that are also PS3 ready so that you can transfer them to your PS3, PS Vita, or PS Vita TV.

 

For Rockman Battle & Chase, if you have a non Best for Family printing of the game / the game's first print run. You can utilize Duo in all other modes, except for GP Mode. The PSN version uses the Best for Family version for the reason that Duo is newly included in the second print release, minus the new opening sequence when a Memory Card with the save is in Slot-1. For the first release, only a special campaign with Dengeki PlayStation Magazine that was a mail in benefit would have a Memory Card save for B&C that has the Duo flag activated. So if you're using the original release on a PS3, this save can be useful for you. PSN downloaders don't need to worry about this save.

 

Tron ni Kobun also had a special campaign through Dengeki G, later when they switched the magazine title I believe. Labeled as, "Dengeki Kobun". This data can be used to unlock Kobun #41 through New Games and existing game saves at the cost of 1 block on a Memory Card.

 

Picture Source:

Mura-bal Blog (Capcom Duo Special Data photo)