Power Quest Original Soundtrack
WARNING: This soundtrack was ripped and uploaded for my backup purposes, for there will come a time when my Nintendo handhelds will stop working and my Power Quest Game Pak along with them. That means, no great Game Boy music for me. If you downloaded this soundtrack, please be aware that Japan System Supply (wherever they may be, or if ever they’re still alive) just might take legal action against you if you do not physically own this game. Or not, since they’ve been MIA since October 2000. Then you can be happy and go all “Yarr!” for all I care. Just make damn sure you enjoy the soundtrack. 🙂
Obviously, through all my years listening to, appreciating and creating music, there are parts of my childhood that are important inspirations for my musical compositions. I was lucky enough to bump into this game.
Power Quest – Original Soundtrack (Unofficial)
192 kbps – Stereo
1. Nervously — 2. ABC Shop — 3. Power Town — 4. This House — 5. Complex — 6. Over — 7. Military Arts — 8. Gloom — 9. Blue Storm — 10. Unsigned — 11. Optimism — 12. Ancien Regime — 13. Victory Eyes — 14. Fleeting Left — 15. Thrust Up — 16. Drive Out — 17. Great Sweater — 18. End Of War — 19. Reject — 20. 1995 — 21. Science
This game was developed by Japan System Supply (out of business since October 2000), published by Capcom in Japan as Gekitou Power Modeler and published by Sunsoft in the US as Power Quest. It was one of the later releases when the Game Boy wasn’t as popular as it first was when it came out. I bought it when it was on sale since I was looking for a good fighting game on the Game Boy. Damn did I love that decision. This was one of those hidden Game Boy gems that never made it into the mainstream.
The engine was smooth, the part upgrades were a good addition and the graphics were nice for a Game Boy 2-D fighting game. And do I have to explain the incredible soundtrack when this post alone proves that it’s that great? 😄
The only things I hated were that it was kinda repetitive and that the save system was password-based. But in any case, this is one of those great games you should’ve played on the Game Boy if you haven’t already.
…and if you have, enjoy the soundtrack. 😄