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Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest
The Final Fantasy that never was, the song that always rocked.

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In August of 1992, I took a drive to a small video game store in the town of Bay Shore, NY that was called Funcoland. It was my seventh birthday, and to commemorate this momentous occasion, my parents decided that a new video game would make an appropriate present. During this time I was dividing my video game playing time between two systems: The Nintendo Entertainment System (also known as the NES) and the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (also known as SNES or Super Nintendo), so it would appear obvious that the video game I was about to purchase would be for one of those two systems. But I did have a decision to make. Do I get a game for the NES, the system I know and love, and have spent countless hours of countless days playing; or the SNES, the newcomer into my house, the system which, at the time, I only owned about three or four games for. It wasn’t a difficult decision after all, as the Super Nintendo was the future of video games, and that was what I would be getting.
So, into the store I went, to see what game I would inevitably purchase. I distinctly remember playing two games. The first was Prince of Persia, which I found to be very frustrating with its controls, which resulted in me dying every time I reached a bottomless a spike-lined pit. I decided it wasn’t the right game for me. The second game I decided to try was Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest. Needless to say, I would not be trying anymore games after this. After playing the game for five or ten minutes, I made my decision, and Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest became the first Role Playing Video Game I ever bought.
Now, fast forward 12 years. I have beaten Mystic Quest countless times, and started games in it even more. I found every secret, every item, every spell, and every weapon in the game. Defeated all the bosses, explored all the areas, and discovered everything. One could say, that I played the game “to death”, so to speak. Well, it was that good, for me at least. Although I had played Dragon Warrior when I was younger, this was my first true RPG that I played. And I loved it. I soon became “obsessed” with the RPG “genre” of Video Games, and just by looking at my shelf of games now, I count over 40 such games, most of which I have played and beaten countless times.
Now, I have neglected to discuss the point of this essay, and that is the music. Now, some could argue that other Final Fantasy games are better and have better music, and for the most part I agree with them. As a whole, the music in Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest was not the greatest in the world. There were a few good tracks, but to be honest, it didn’t compare to the likes of Final Fantasy VI or VII. However, there is one track that stands above the rest. And that would be the Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest Final Boss Battle Theme. I can see the confused look on many people’s faces, as they probably have never heard the track before. I would agree that it is obscure. To hear the song, you would not only have to own what I have now learned to be the ‘worst’ Final Fantasy game ever made, but you would also have to play through said game until the end, and fight the Final Boss. Granted, defeating the boss is optional, as you can listen to the music without winning.
Now, why is this song so good you may ask? Well, its one of those songs that rocks hard even when its not being covered by a Heavy Metal NES cover band. It contains everything that makes a good song great, and for me to describe the song in words would not have the whole effect. But I’m only at 684 words, and I need to do something.
Basically the song starts out with the dark brooding intro that sets the stage for the fast moving main riff. At 0:15 the main riff kicks in and kicks your ass. It is up tempo and amazingly melodic. At 0:32 a little breakdown thing happens which is awesome, but it builds up to the most amazing part of the song. At 0:48 the little bridge riff thing happens, and it is beyond words. Seriously, I can’t even tell you how good it is; just listen to the damn song already. Finally, at 1:07 the main riff kicks back in and the song continues as per usual, repeating until you decide you can’t take anymore. And that’s basically the song. I wouldn’t recommend taking this poor essay writer’s word for it though. Do yourself a favor and download this great song immediately and start listening to it. You could use this paragraph as a guide to how to navigate the hard-rockingness of this song. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed.
And that is basically it. This is the song that got me into Video Game guitar covers (even though I still can’t play it, I’m not that good yet). Some day I will figure it out, and if this song isn’t chosen by the NESkimos, that will be the day that my dream of hearing a hard-rock version of this song will be realized. However, as you have read, and probably heard (if you listened to the song already), this song should be picked. No, it must be picked. It is that good.
Well, Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest will always hold a special place in my heart. Some say it is a defunct, watered-down Final Fantasy game. However, I will always view it as not only my first Final Fantasy, but the game that got me into playing RPGs all together. And thus, it is this writers dream that the great Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest Final Boss Battle Theme will one day be realized into the hard-rocking, heavy metalling classic video game cover that it should be.

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Gilgamesh, you were probably near the end of the game, cause there is a mountain dungeon place near the end in the wind part of the land. And yeah, that song does rock. I've loved it since I first heard it all those years ago. Hopefully my essay entry will be enough to hear it with some kick-ass heavy-metal distortion.

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Hey BTB, could you hand over an MP3 or a MIDI of Burning Blood?


No, BUT...

Go on http://www.ocremix.org and look up FFL2. Injury did a remix of Burning blood that sounds extremely true to the original.

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I actually lost my original copy of the game that I beat so many years ago. But last summer I went and found it at Gamestop for $7.99 and bought it without hessitation.

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Dr Wily wrote:
I've been reading....but the judging won't begin until the contest is over....AKA, when we get ready to record.

We have been fooling around with new stuff...we're almost certainly going to be doing some Mario 3 and Mario World, and probably some TMNT4:TiT. Along with other stuff, of course.

Also, Crashman, we're doing FF, but not a rock opera...we were going to do an FF love song, and a Ninja Gaiden rock opera....maybe that's what you were thinking of?

(BTW, new aribtrary rule: you may submit up to 3 essays but no more)


That's some good news. I've enjoyed all of those games, so I'm cool with all of them. Other essays I've liked/agreed with are: Sonic 2, Street Fighters 2, and Starfox. I may write one, but my teachers are crazy and assign large quantities of homework. If I do write one I think I may do one of the Donkey Kong Country series. I loved them so much when I was a young lad.

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Last Minute Essay
By Nameless-Motherfuckin'-Eight-to-the-Eizzight!!1 (I'm so God damn white :-? *sigh*)

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words; but seeing as how I am probably not gonna be able to bullshit a 1000 word essay out of posting a picture of what game I want covered, I should play it safe and explain why Maniac Mansion personally kicks the shit out of all the other games that have been submitted thus far. And believe me, that won't be a problem at all.

Now, before I start, let me just say that there is nothing wrong with any other ideas submitted so far. I think that anything done from a Listener's request would end up fantastic, because it gives songs that aren’t from very well know games to have a chance, it allows for new ideas to be suggested and considered, and it is also very cool to be able to ask a band to do a song for you and then BAM! They do it! But I am very confident in myself when I say that even if you've never played Maniac Mansion, or even heard of it until now; the music would still rock your face as much as - or, dare I say, possibly more than - a ninja pirate would enjoy rocking Belmont’s ass with his peg leg.

The main theme music of the game is the subject at hand. Although I sadly cannot find any good Midi files of it to share with those of you who have never heard it, please just take my word for it that it is a great fucking song. Hell, even in the primitive Bleep-Bloop-Bleep music straight from the game, I would be the first guy on the dance floor if it ever started playing at a club, school dance, wedding, funeral, etc, and I would dance like an asshole to every second of it, because it is a great of a song, and I’m just fucked up like that.

Straying off the subject of its music for a second, though, here is an interesting concept about the game: It was originally a PC game. Wily was talking about maybe doing some PC games’ music. Well, if you just wanted to ease your way into it, Doc, then Maniac Mansion is an ideal start. It is pretty much a PC game, but it was made for Nintendo after awhile, so there is a loophole in it if the Neskimos didn’t want to stray too far from their NES roots. Besides, no one else has ever covered this game, so Neskimos could really be some VG Cover Band Pioneers here by doing something from this game. Neskimos: boldly going where no cover band has gone before! Exploring the Final Frontier of video game cover music! Besides, I know that at least 5 other people on the boards (back when there were less than 200 people on the boards, probably more now) agree with me that this is a awesome game, and as much of a classic as Mario or Zelda or Megaman, but it is an unsung classic of the NES. It’s got great music, it’s probably the only NES game where there are alternate endings (I think 4 or so in all), and it’s just an overall nut bustingly outstanding game.

But that is enough talk about that, back to the matter at hand. As much as I want the Main Theme to be covered, I would be personally happy with any song from this game. I personally like Weird Ed’s theme, most of the kid’s themes (Dave, Michael and Bernard, are my personal favorites), and of course the main theme. The part about this game that I love the most music wise is that each of the characters has their very own CD player, each with a different style of music in it. Michael has a funk sounding one, Razor had a rock song, and Dave…well, I’m not sure what the hell his style was, but it was still pretty damn good anyways!

My personal suggestion - if the Neskimos choose this essay – is to make a medley of all these songs. Start it off with the Main Theme, and once that is done, go into Dave’s theme, switch between Dave’s, Michael’s, Razor’s, Syd’s or whoever the fuck’s theme you like the best; (I would personally love to hear them all fit into there somehow, if that’s possible) and then end it with Weird Ed’s theme (the song played during cut scenes). If one song from the game is good, imagine what three or four or five of them mixed together perfectly in a medley would sound like! These songs have some great transitional qualities; and by that I mean that they can easily switch from one to the next and still sound good in a medley next to each other, this is mostly because you constantly have to switch between the kids in the game. Even though they sound nothing alike, they would still go great next to each other because of their powerful contrast with each other’s style and sound. Switching the song from Michael’s funk/porn groove to Syd’s surfer rock to Wendy’s bizarre sophisticated music to Bernard’s nerdtastic yet strangely satisfying music all seem to blend so naturally together.

But don’t take my my word for it, just read these inane quotes from various sources that I made up so I would look like I know what I’m talking about! :wink:

“OMG! 7h1s g4m3 r0XX0rz my s0XX0rz! l0l!!1” - The 1337speak Times

“Holy crap, if Neskimos don’t cover the music from Maniac Mansion I will eat my own face!” – Babbling homeless man in Time Square

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1100001011101000010000001111001011011110111010101110010001000
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“If Maniac Mansion was ever made into a pharmaceutical drug, it would have to have a thing on the box that says like: ‘ WARNING! Side effects may include dizziness, rectal bleeding, and advanced cases of Rocked Off Face Syndrome. Consult a doctor if you are pregnant or have any history of heart disease,’ Cuz that’s just how much it rocks and, uh, yea.” Dr. Mario, Interview with Vh1, 1997

The people have spoken, Neskimos. These songs have some serious potential to be rocked the fuck out, and if anyone says differently, then they are a liar and need a swift kick to the sphincter with a steel toe boot.


*edit* As an after thought, I'm also adding a link to the rom of Maniac Mansion, it's the only way to actually experience the music with it's full flavor, you can just sit at the opening screen to hear most of it, if u want, but you'll need to play for about 5 minutes to hear Weird Ed's Theme, Enjoy, Bitches! :\m/ and keep the rock alive!
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Entropy's poor attempt at humor.

Video games have changed the world, but nobody knows where they came from...

The history of gaming is a mysterious thing. Scientists and philosophers have all come up with theories attempting to explain this phenomenon, but they were all lying. Nobody knows for sure who invented video games, or when they were created, or even what the first game was... until now. Ironically, it was a band of pirates who created the first video game. These pirates wanted to preserve their rich culture of plundering, looting, and stabbing. These pirates purposely made the games over priced, to inspire the pirate hiding deep down in the minds of todays generation.

The leader of this band of pirates was named "Chewbacca, Han, And the Radical Lando Enjoy Sabbac", because his original name "Charles" was way too lame for a pirate. And because he was the boss of the pirates which means he can do whatever he wants, like peeing out of the twelth floor in his apartment in New York City. Charles's birthdate, date of death, and everything else is pretty much unknown. Except that he had an illegitamate son, who was named Mr.Roboto. One time in 6th grade, Mr. Roboto bought a cat to give to this girl for valentines day, but he forgot and he grew up with the cat. AND YES HE SMELT IT EVERY NIGHT.

The very first game ever was Double Dragon, which was the made by Charles, and it kicked major ass. This was all part of the Great Pirate Empire's plan, but then Charles died and his son Mr.Roboto took over. Mr.Roboto pretty much murdered the company when he made "Donkey Kong". It was his way of getting back at his illegitamate father. The gaming industry nearly died, domo arigato... asshole.

Pissed off that his son made such a stupid ass game, Charles came back from the dead. He promptly killed his illegitamate son with a rusty screw driver, and revitalized the gaming industry with "Act Raiser".

Act Raiser is an awesome cross between side-scrolling sword slashing and SimCity-like town building. You are the Master (a god of sorts), and you can call down lightning, earthquakes, rain, sunshine, and wind, which you use to help your people.

During the city simulation mode, you play as the stereotypical half naked angel. You protect the town by shooting arrows at the monsters that try to attack, and you can use the powers mentioned before too. In each land there are "monster lairs" (monsters spawn at lairs), which you need to lead your people to so they can kick some ass and seal the lair, to keep the monsters from spawning.

Each land is festering with bad guys, so before you can run a town you need to take the form of a mortal (you look soooo bad ass) and stab some guys in the side-scrolling sword-slashing levels. When you get rid of the monsters in the land you can either expand your town or move on to the next land.

If you haven't heard Act Raiser's music, you owe it to yourself to listen to a track or two. The soundtrack sets the mood nearly perfectly for each level. The first level "Fillmore" is particularly sweet. The third level "Kasandora" is good too, but not as good as "Fillmore". This game's soundtrack has been known to have serious side effects such as inducing boners.
My personal recommendation is definitely the song "Fillmore".


TIMELINE

Yr. 1200: Pirates slowly begin world domination
Yr. 1600: Age Up
Yr. 1972: First video game created, "Double Dragon"
Yr. 1974: Charles dies.
Yr. 1980: Donkey Kong Released, Charles comes back to life and kicks his son's ass.
Yr. 1990: Charles creates Act Raiser.
Yr. 2005: Today.
Yr. 2010: Rise of the machines, Mr.Roboto gets wished back by the dragon balls and creates the horrendous "Act Raiser 2".

http://www.laurasmidiheaven.com/0vg/SuperNintendo-ActRaiser.shtml
Theres a .zip package of all the games midis. There are multiples of the same song, so make sure you listen to every version because a couple of them are half-assed.
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I did the best I could to make this look "neat", the lack of indenting makes it look crappier than it already is.

EDIT- 1101-0101-0000-1100

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Hahahaha. Did my essay suck that bad as to kill the topic? I don't know if I should be ashamed or proud.

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I think everyone just ran out of ideas for essays, so we stopped posting here. Or maybe the last one I submitted intimidated everyone :P

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I think I should get an "A" for effort, and a "B" for ban.
Just kidding... Seriously though..

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we should go with what we got, I'm sure Wily will have fun sorting through the 12 or so essays that are already done. Plus the more people who enter, the smaller the chance that my essay will win.

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i want to write one but i dont have the attention span or the patie

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Breath of Fire II is the game I really want them to cover the most.

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Breath of Fire II is the game I really want them to cover the most.

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REALLY :!: :?:

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METAL GEAR 2: SNAKE'S REVENGE

I remember almost anything about that house; the red carpet, the most comfortable carpet to lay on that I had ever lain on; the plush sofa, adorned with some kind of crocheted drape; the parrot in the cage kept in the small washer/dryer room; the screened-in pool just outside the sliding glass doors next to the TV in the living room--the TV on which so many games were played by me and my few neighborhood friends for the first time, the many-th time, and sometimes, the last time.

It wasn't my house but in many ways it felt more like home than anywhere I'd ever been. The sort of home that must first be built before it can offer shelter and securty. Built with love, brick by heaving brick.

I remember playing 'The Hunt For Red October - THE GAME' for Nintendo in that house. Even to a 9 year old, some games are just really, really bad.

I remember playing Skate or Die, and T&C there. I remember the SNES, one of the very first of its kind, on display in that house. Super Mario World was a graphics spectacle the likes of which had never been seen. I may have wept that night.

But I mostly remember Metal Gear 2, wth a very bovine Solid Snake, and this time HE STARTS WITH A KNIFE. HOW FRICKING AWESOME IS THAT DUDE??? And the gay little floating circles to represent spotlights. Oh man I couldn't get enough of it.

And the little video screen on the transmitter, all green and stuff....somehow a monochrome green video display appeared more high-tech in the 80s than did full color. Weird.

Honestly, this was never a favorite game of mine or anything, but I certainly remember trying to beat it pretty hard, if not actually beat it. I mean, I was 9. Ya know?

Of course nowadays I know that the game isn't even considered part of the Metal Gear canon. And that's a good thing, you know, cause it really was a steaming pile of crap. But it had some BEAT ASS MUSIC.

I remember sometimes having little kid discussions about which NES game had the best music, etc. etc. I think when I was 9, I was split between Mega Man 2 and METAL GEAR 2. There's freakin cute little Nintendo drum samples in there, ferchrissake! It rocks hard, while hardly rocking. Just like the NESkimos.

And that's while I believe the NESkimos should do a medley from Metal Gear 2. Do a medley from Metal Gear 2 and I'll drop trow and give the band full access to my various orifices. Sure, go ahead. I'm easy.

Also, I'm not in the band or anything.

Also, I may be disqualified for insufficient word count.

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who wrote that? or was the not in the band part sarcasm?

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i REALLY should write the essay i want to write but im lazy and i just cant seem to get around that. plus i got homework... maybe later

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My essay will be judged just like everyone else's.

Just, perhaps, a little bit unfairly.

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Hmm...will there still be only three winners, or could we perhaps make it four now, since you've thrown your hat into the ring, too, you wiley, tricky boots, you? :o

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i think 5 is a nice, round number. ive been home for 2 days cuz of a knee problem. youd think id have time to write an essy wouldnt you...? well youre right. i did. you think i got past the laziness that was holding me back? not a chance....

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i need to write a new one, about sky shark....

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I should write a new essay too...

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My essay will be judged just like everyone else's.

Just, perhaps, a little bit unfairly.



...soooo, basicaly you're saying we can expect a Snake's Revenge song on the next album...?

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