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'''''Ending''''' is a beautiful tune that plays once you've beaten Mega Man II. As the tune plays, Rock will walk through four seasons including leaves in the fall, snow in the winter, cherry blossoms in the spring, and rain in the summer. Then, he will disappear, leaving only his helmet behind.
 
'''''Ending''''' is a beautiful tune that plays once you've beaten Mega Man II. As the tune plays, Rock will walk through four seasons including leaves in the fall, snow in the winter, cherry blossoms in the spring, and rain in the summer. Then, he will disappear, leaving only his helmet behind.
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Composer [[Takashi Tateishi]] explained that this song (combined with the [[Staff Roll - Mega Man II (NES)|Staff Roll]] track) is his favorite song of all those he composed for games. He especially likes how it comes full circle and returns to the [[Opening and Title]] track.
  
 
The track appears on the [[Capcom Music Generation Family Computer Soundtracks: Rockman 1~6|official soundtrack album]], from which the title is derived. It is track 22 in the NSF file.
 
The track appears on the [[Capcom Music Generation Family Computer Soundtracks: Rockman 1~6|official soundtrack album]], from which the title is derived. It is track 22 in the NSF file.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:48, 17 December 2019

Ending
Output - NES.svg
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Composer Takashi Tateishi
Arranger Takashi Tateishi
Programmer Yoshihiro Sakaguchi
Released 1988-12-24
Length 1:09
Format NSF.png
Game Mega Man II (NES)
Title Origin Official
Loops No
This page is for the Mega Man II (NES) song, for more titles see Ending.

Ending is a beautiful tune that plays once you've beaten Mega Man II. As the tune plays, Rock will walk through four seasons including leaves in the fall, snow in the winter, cherry blossoms in the spring, and rain in the summer. Then, he will disappear, leaving only his helmet behind.

Composer Takashi Tateishi explained that this song (combined with the Staff Roll track) is his favorite song of all those he composed for games. He especially likes how it comes full circle and returns to the Opening and Title track.

The track appears on the official soundtrack album, from which the title is derived. It is track 22 in the NSF file.

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