Pixelitis' Patrick Kulikowski, who moonlights as the elusive yet ever-vigilant VGdrummer, is excited for Mega's 25th anniversary just like the rest of us. With his mad skills, he celebrates with another incredible drum cover, this time of the opening stage from Mega Man X3.
The SNES (and PS1 / Saturn) classic catches a lot of flack for not having as "memorable" a soundtrack as the earlier X titles, but that is bunkus. The music is incredible, composed as it is the legendary Kinuyo Yamashita, and hopefully Pat's tribute will demonstrate that.
Also, who else gets chills whenever they hear the X-buster shot when they start a new game?
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