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 26 Actually Comma, Tue, 17th May '11 1:48:50 AM from a mysterious place
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The character songs from F-Zero GX pwn this thread without mercy
Except [condescending response follows]. Because [sarcasm here]. You do understand [snark], right? POTHOLE TO SARCASM MODE
gets mad about videogames

he's gonna get himself some justice, m'kay.

edited 17th May '11 5:02:29 PM by Glowsquid

Arc The lad Twilight of the spirits the whole game sounded like it had elevator music (The voices were narmtastic too.)
Behold, the English dubbed opening theme song for the European version of Inazuma Eleven:

Now, I wouldn't call it bad, but it's totally not what I expected Tachiagariiyo to sound like in English. Especially since the original Japanese version was sung by a group of Hot-Blooded Large Hams.

edited 18th May '11 7:57:48 AM by PoochyEXE

 30 Rocket Dude, Thu, 19th May '11 8:51:37 PM from AZ, United States
This hat doesn't fit!
I forgot about the Cala from Need for Speed II. Still, a good theme for a Lamborghini car.

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The song itself isn't so bad, but the guy having a two-way conversation with himself at 57 seconds in....

 32 X 2 X, Sun, 22nd May '11 2:14:07 PM from the Darkness Beyond Time Relationship Status: Sinking with my ship
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[up] Like I said before, Hunnid P's raps are kinda cheesy in most cases. Death Chamber is probably the best example.
A poem by Kenshiro: Roses are red / Violets are blue / Omae wa mo / Shindeiru.
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Oh come on! Two people mention Eternity, and no one embeds it?

This must be fixed now!

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[up]I can't hear the song without this getting stuck in my head.

Lots of stuff on the Sonic Adventure games. Especially the Knuckles levels on 2.

edited 22nd May '11 5:33:52 PM by Jonny0110

 36 Risetteer, Sun, 22nd May '11 5:48:22 PM from Kagamination Relationship Status: Tsundere'ing
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The battle themes of Persona 3 and the PSP rerelease. Namely, Mass Destruction and Wiping All Out.

They're both super badass and awesome songs, but those lyrics god damn.
Can't believe I didn't recall this until now:

Apparently Konami wasn't able to get access to the original master recording in their licensing the way they normally do with European and Japanese artists (knowing the ridiculously idiotic mess of bureaucracy that is US copyright law, no surprises here), so they just created a cover version to put in Beatmania IIDX. In Engrish.

edited 25th May '11 8:24:17 PM by PoochyEXE

 38 X 2 X, Wed, 25th May '11 8:29:25 PM from the Darkness Beyond Time Relationship Status: Sinking with my ship
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surprised Oh... GAWD...
A poem by Kenshiro: Roses are red / Violets are blue / Omae wa mo / Shindeiru.
 39 Marioguy 128, Wed, 25th May '11 8:34:13 PM from various galaxies
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This song is cheesy as all hell. The autotune does not help.

You got some dirt on you. Here's some more!
Wh'joo lookin' at?
DAAAAYEEEETOWNAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!

 41 X 2 X, Wed, 25th May '11 9:09:16 PM from the Darkness Beyond Time Relationship Status: Sinking with my ship
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I see your Daytona and raise you...

A poem by Kenshiro: Roses are red / Violets are blue / Omae wa mo / Shindeiru.
 42 Rocket Dude, Wed, 25th May '11 9:12:24 PM from AZ, United States
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I see your Racing Games and raise you:

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 43 X 2 X, Wed, 25th May '11 9:14:47 PM from the Darkness Beyond Time Relationship Status: Sinking with my ship
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I see your Need for Speed II and raise you...

Almost all of the Image Songs in GX are like this, as Actually Comma noted above.

edited 25th May '11 9:15:49 PM by X2X

A poem by Kenshiro: Roses are red / Violets are blue / Omae wa mo / Shindeiru.
 44 Rynnec, Wed, 25th May '11 10:28:18 PM Relationship Status: Healthy, deeply-felt respect for this here Shotgun
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[up]Eh, of the ones I listened to, I thought that Leon's and Dr. Stewart's weren't that cheesy (if at all)

Also:

This is way cheesier.

edited 25th May '11 10:32:44 PM by Rynnec

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 45 X 2 X, Thu, 26th May '11 1:20:33 AM from the Darkness Beyond Time Relationship Status: Sinking with my ship
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Well, I meant the Image Songs with actual lyrics. By that merit (aside from Falcon), we'd have Dr. Stewart, James McCloud, Billy, Jack Levin, Bio Rex, Super Arrow, Mrs. Arrow, Terry "Digi-Boy" Getter, Dai Goroh, Princia Ramode, and Phoenix. You could maybe count Samurai Goroh, Blood Falcon, Black Shadow, and Deathborn, but the lyrics are less prominent than the other themes (in fact, all Goroh gets is an "EEE-YOOOOOOH!").

None of them are bad and all of 'em are catchy as hell. In fact, Falcon, Stewart, James, Blood, and Phoenix are widely considered to have among the best themes of the game.

There was also two songs from Story Mode with lyrics (besides the credits roll) that don't appear on the OST for GX.
A poem by Kenshiro: Roses are red / Violets are blue / Omae wa mo / Shindeiru.
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 47 lolacat, Thu, 26th May '11 6:24:24 PM from Vancouver Island
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Seeing all these piss ant tropers trying to talk tough makes me laugh. If Matrix were here, he'd laugh too.
Cheesy music for a cheesy game.

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