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It's Capcom, people. Everyone's gonna benefit from pairing up with them, although it's not like Marvel, SNK, Namco, and Tatsunoko Production exactly needed the help.

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Marvel vs. Capcom

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Namco x Capcom

Project X Zone

  • Wing Wanderer, the opening to the first Project X Zone; a smooth-styled Anime Theme Song which welcomes fans to a massive crossover between Namco Bandai, Capcom and Sega. Not to be outdone is the much more energetic All The World's Stage in the sequel, hyping the player for another massive world-spanning adventure.
  • Much of the first game's soundtrack has remixes of various themes taken from the IPs present, although most of a tracks were a hit and miss due to how the instrumentation was formed. Still, a few songs stand out well enough:

Street Fighter X Tekken

  • The remix of Tekken Tag Tournament's theme, for some of the SF vs. TK rival battles.
  • Both remixes of Street Fighter IV' Volcanic Rim stage theme for the TK vs. SF rival battles.
  • For this game, Capcom gave priority to the Real Song Theme Tunes, as many songs were featured in trailers:
  • The Antarctica stage theme, a smooth mix of electronic beats and percussion, getting tenser or easier as the battle goes on.
  • The Pandora boss theme for Bison and Juri is a sinister combo of the two character's teams complete with Ominous Latin Chanting. Fitting for the Shadaloo and SIN team-up.
  • Jin & Xiaoyu's Pandora theme opens with a haunting orchestral build-up that beautifully segues into a cross of their respective Tekken 3 themes, and is sure to hammer home the point that you're going to be in for one hell of a fight.
  • The remix of Akuma's theme at the end of a Tekken character's Arcade mode. Probably one of the best, and most metal, versions of his theme yet.
  • How about the Mad Gear Hideout (Round 1) theme (also titled "Abigail Dancing" on the collector's edition CD), a sweet electronic remix of the Bay Area stage theme from Final Fight? Round 3 features a remix of the FF opening.
  • The Mishima Estate Round 1 (rooftop) theme is a beautiful mixture of electronic and loud Asian instruments adapted from Heihachi's Tekken 2 theme. Mishima Estate Round 2 throws us in what seems to be a gentle theme...until it kicks into Heihachi's Tekken 3 arcade theme. Suddenly, that nostalgic metal guitar from his theme kicks in, with mild electronics throw in, all while a shout of "Hey!" ties the theme all together.
  • Urban war zone is quite iconic thanks to the reveals of the Playstation-exclusive characters (Mega Man, Pac-Man, Toro, Kuro, Cole). It's got electric synth sounds mixed in with some sweet guitar playing and it makes you want to say "This is my destiny!".
  • Mega Man's theme, an orchestra-backed remix of Cut Man's theme from Mega Man 1.
  • The remix of Ogre's Tekken 3 theme. It starts out like his theme normally would, but then immediately goes into the "True Ogre" portion of the theme with Ominous Latin Chanting in the back.
  • The theme for Pit Stop 109. Such a nice, catchy, and upbeat tune to go with your asskicking... And then night falls, and you're treated to craziness that would feel right at home in a Dance Dance Revolution game!

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