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Old Mar 9, 2013, 04:50 PM
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Default SCDC-00497~506: LEGEND OF GAME MUSIC CONSUMER BOX

What is the rationale behind these boxes anyway? Do the labels "premium", "platinum" and "consumer" mean something?

Is there a particular reason for Consumer disc 2 to be called "sega classic" despite it being de facto Compile material?

And finally, who had the chance to see the content of the dvds, and again why release these superplays along the music? It all seems so random to me, I fail to see what was Scitron thinking.

Composer breakdown:

CD 1 - SEGA CLASSIC DISC
(Sega) (SG-1000, 1983) Star Jacker [1]
(Sega) (SG-1000, 1985) Zaxxon [2]
(Sega) (SG-1000, 1985) Zoom 909 [3]
(Sega) (SG-1000, 1984) Girl's Garden [4]
(Sega) (SG-1000, 1985) Doki Doki Penguin Land [5]
(Sega) (Mark III, 1985) Astro Flash/TransBot [6]
(Sega) (Mark III, 1986) Action Fighter [7]
(Sega) (Mark III, 1985) The Magical Castle PitPot [8]
(Sega) (Mark III, 1987) Woodypop [9]
(Sega) (Mark III, 1986) Astro Warrior [10]
(Sega) (Mark III, 1986) Alex Kidd in Miracle World [11] Tokuhiko Uwabo
(Sega) (Mark III*, 1987) Doki Doki Penguin Land: Uchu Daibouken [12]
(Sega) (Mark III*, 1987) Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa [13] Tokuhiko Uwabo
(Sega) (Mark III*, 1987) Phantasy Star [14] Tokuhiko Uwabo
(Sega) (Mark III*, 1987) Zaxxon 3D [15]
(Sega) (Mark III*, 1988) Maze Walker [16]
(Sega) (Mark III*, 1988) Hoshi wo Sagashite... [17]


CD 2 - SEGA CLASSIC DISC
(Sega/Compile) (SG-1000, 1986) Gulkave [1~5]
(Sega/Compile) (Mark III*, 1988) Aleste [6~19] Masatomo Miyamoto, SHANT, SHIN-KUN
(Sega/Compile) (SMS, 1993) Power Strike II [20~33]
(Compile) (Game Gear, 1991) GG Aleste [34~43] Keiji Takeuchi, Toshiaki Sakoda
(Sega/Compile) (Game Gear, 1993) GG Aleste II [44~60]
Imami Pon, BA. M

(*) Fantasy Zone II, Hoshi wo Sagashite..., Maze Walker, Doki Doki Penguin Land: Uchu Daibouken, Phantasy Star, Zaxxon 3D and Power Strike are compatible with Mark III's FM Sound Unit, so it's possible that they are recorded accordingly.

CD 3 - MEGA DRIVE DISC
(Sunsoft/Sega) (MD, 1992) Super Fantasy Zone [1~13] Naoki Kodaka
(Sunsoft/Scaptrust) (MD, 1991) Shikinjo [14~20]
(SIMS/Sega) (MD, 1993) OutRun 2019 [21~32] Shigeki Sako
(Sega) (MD, 1992) Crying / Bio Hazard Battle [33~42]


CD 4 - MEGA DRIVE DISC
(Sega) (MD, 1991) Gain Ground [1]
(Hot-B/Starfish) (MD, 1992) Koutetsu Teikoku / Steel Empire [2~21] Noriyuki Iwadare
(Hot-B/Starfish) (MD, 1992) Bad Omen / Devilish [22~34] Hitoshi Sakimoto
(Konami) (MD, 1994) Contra: The Hard Corps [35~60]
Hiroshi "Devi" Kobayashi, Akiropito (prgrm), Kenji Miyaoka, Michiru Yamane, Akira Yamaoka, Hirofumi Taniguchi

CD 5 - PC ENGINE DISC
(Hudson) (PCE, 1987) The Kung-Fu / China Warrior [1~5]
(Hudson) (PCE, 1987) Victory Run [6~10] Takeaki Kunimoto
(Hudson) (PCE, 1988) Jaseiken Necromancer [11~20]
(Hudson/Kaneko) (PCE, 1990) Super Star Soldier [21~41] Nozomi Nakahashi, Keita Hoshi
(Hudson/Now Pro) (PCE, 1991) Final Soldier [42~58] Masakatsu Maekawa
(Hudson) (PCE, 1992) Soldier Blade [59~79]
Keita Hoshi, Makiko Tanifuji

CD 6 - PC ENGINE DISC
(Konami) (PCE, 1991) Gradius [1~14] Miki Higashino, Yoshiaki Hatano
(Konami) (PCE, 1991) Salamander [15~26] [Miki Higashino], Kazuki Muraoka
(NCS/Masaya) (PCE, 1989) Moto Roader [27~34]
(NCS/Masaya) (PCE, 1991) Moto Roader II [35~42]
(Hudson) (Supergrafx, 1989) Battle Ace [43~54]
(Hudson) (Supergrafx, 1990) Aldynes [55~70]
Keita Hoshi

CD 7 - MSX DISC
(Konami) (MSX, 1986) Knightmare [1~3] Miki Higashino, Yoshinori Sasaki
(Konami) (MSX, 1987) The Maze of Galious [4~9] Kinuyo Yamashita
(Konami) (MSX, 1985) Yie Ar Kung-Fu 2 [10]
(Konami) (MSX, 1986) Penguin Adventure [11~25] Kenichi Matsubara, Yoshinori Sasaki
(Konami) (MSX, 1985) King's Valley [26]
(Konami) (MSX/MSX2, 1988) King's Valley II: The Seal of El Giza [27~36] Kazuhiko Uehara, Masahiro Ikariko, Kinuyo Yamashita, Motoaki Furukawa, Michiru Yamane
(Konami) (MSX2, 1990) Quarth [37~50] Kazuo Hanzawa
(Konami) (MSX2, 1989) Hyper So-Men [51]
(Konami) (MSX2, 1989) Tsururin Kun [52~54]
(Pony/Compile) (MSX, 1985) Final Justice [55]
(Pony/Compile) (MSX, 1986) Guardic [56~60] Masatomo Miyamoto
(Pony/Compile) (MSX2, 1986) Zanac EX [61~72] Masatomo Miyamoto
(System Sacom/Compile?) (MSX2, 1989) Yuurei Kun [73~84]
Manabu Saito

CD 8 - MSX DISC
(Compile) Disc Station [1~3]
(Compile) (MSX2, 1988) Aleste [4~19] Masatomo Miyamoto, SHANT, SHIN-KUN
(Compile) (MSX2, 1989) Aleste Gaiden [20~27] Masatomo Miyamoto, Toshiaki Sakoda, Keiji Takeuchi
(Compile) (MSX2, 1989) Aleste 2 [28~43] Masatomo Miyamoto / Toshiaki Sakoda / Eddy / Sydon Inoue / Keiji Takeuchi
(Compile) (MSX2, 1990) Nyanpi [44~47]
(Momonoki House) (MSX2, 1989) Peach Up [48~49]
(Micro Cabin) (MSX2/Turbo, 1990) Fray [50~73] Ryuji Sasai, Tadahiro Nitta
(Thinking Rabbit/Micro Cabin) (MSX2, 1989) Soukoban Perfect [74~79]
(Scaptrust/Xtal Soft) (MSX2, 1987) Crimson (FM Sound Source Version) [80~81]


CD 9 - X68000 SPECIAL BONUS DISC
(Sharp/SPS/Konami) Gradius [1~3]
(SPS/Konami) Nemesis '90 Kai [4~9]
(Konami) Gradius II [10] Motoaki Furukawa, Kenichi Matsubara, Prophet Fukami, Masahiro Ikariko, Keroppi Inoue
(Konami) Namachukei 68 [11~13] Yuji TECHNOuchi
(Zoom) Phalanx [14~16] Kenichi Kamio
(Zoom) Genocide 2 Master of the Dark Communion [17~19] ZOOM Sound Team, Hideyuki Shimono, Naoyuki Kimura
(Zoom) Overtake [20~22] ZOOM Sound Team, Hideyuki Shimono, Naoyuki Kimura
(System Sacom/Fill-in-Cafe) Metal Sight [23~25] Izuru Aki, Keishi Yonao
(Compac) Gamma Planet [26~29] Takayuki Mimura ("mimcot")
(NCS/Masaya) Lightning Baccus [30] Koji Hayama
(Family Soft/Fill-in-Cafe) Mad Stalker [31~32] Keishi Yonao
(Family Soft/Fill-in-Cafe) Asuka 120% Burning Fest. [33~35] Keishi Yonao
(Hayabusa Soft/Takeru) C Ryoku Kensa V3 [36~40]
(Kabosu/Takeru) DesperadO [41~43]
(GameCreate/Takeru/MIX) Dive On [44~46]
(Soft Bank) Sion II [47~50] Zenji Nishikawa, other
(Soft Bank) Sion IV [51~53]

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