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Music Content: Mega Man 6

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Mega Man 6 Image Mega Man 6 is a video game developed by Capcom for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). It is the sixth installment in the original Mega Man series and was originally released in Japan on October 5, 1993 and in North America the following March. It was included in the Mega Man Anniversary Collection released in 2004. It has never been released in the PAL region.

The story of Mega Man 6 opens during a competitive robot fighting tournament with entrants from all around the globe. A villainous figure known as "Mr. X" announces he has reprogrammed the eight, powerful contestants with intent to use them for taking over the world. The titular, robotic protagonist Mega Man, who was sent to oversee the tournament, springs into action once again. A standard action-platformer, Mega Man 6 plays nearly identical to its five predecessors with a few added features such as stages with alternate pathways and new Rush adaptors.

Mega Man 6 is the first game in the series to receive character design input from fans outside of Japan. This late-era game was also the last in the series released on Nintendo's 8-bit console. Due to the declining support of the NES and the growing presence of the newer and more powerful Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), Capcom decided not to publish Mega Man 6 in North America. The North American version of Mega Man 6 was released by Nintendo of America instead. Critical reviews favored the game's comparable presentation and use of the established gameplay model from preceding chapters in the series, though nearly all judged it a redundant sequel. (Source: Wikipedia)

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SOUNDTRACK INFO

COMPOSER(S):

Yuko Takehara
SYSTEM:

Nintendo
RELEASE DATE:

October 5, 1993 (Japan)
March 1994 (North America)
COMPANY:

Capcom

TRACK LISTING:

1. Prologue
2. Welcome to Mega Man 6
3. Select Robot Master
4. Robot Master Intro
5. Tomahawk Man's Stage
6. Yamato Man's Stage
7. Knight Man's Stage
8. Centaur Man's Stage
9. Wind Man's Stage
10. Flame Man's Stage
11. Blizzard Man's Stage
12. Plant Man's Stage
13. Robot Master Battle
14. Robot Master Defeated
15. New Weapon Acquired
16. Game Over
17. Input Password
18. Mr X's Mansion
19. The Mr X Stages
20. Dr Wily's Castle
21. The Dr Wily Stages
22. The Final Battle
23. Dr Wily's Defeat
24. The End
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