Lethal Weapon (NES)
Lethal Weapon is a video game based on the film series of the same name created by Shane Black. It was developed by Ocean Software and Eurocom and released in 1992 and 1993 by Ocean and Nintendo. It was released in conjunction with Lethal Weapon 3, the third installment of the series.
The NES and Game Boy versions were side-scrollers, in which the player chooses one of the two Los Angeles police partners, Martin Riggs or Roger Murtaugh, and battles it out with criminals around the city and its surrounding area. Battles are resolved via fists, guns and grenades. It is considered by gaming enthusiasts to be extremely difficult and frustrating in the fact that punching an enemy is more effective than shooting an enemy. However, the NES version is praised for its colorful graphics for 1992, and both versions of the game are universally praised for the music by Neil Baldwin.
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The music of the game was all done by Neil Baldwin of Dropzone fame. He did a good job creating the music. He tediously had to write the music in 6502 assembly which was converted to his own sound driver.
|01||Title Screen||Neil Baldwin||3:00||Download|
|03||Stage Theme 1||Neil Baldwin||3:00||Download|
|04||Stage Theme 2||Neil Baldwin||3:00||Download|
|05||Stage Theme 3||Neil Baldwin||3:00||Download|
|06||Stage Theme 4||Neil Baldwin||3:00||Download|
|07||Boss Battle||Neil Baldwin||3:00||Download|
|08||Stage Clear||Neil Baldwin||0:03||Download|
|10||Game Over||Neil Baldwin||0:06||Download|
- Ripper: N/A
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- Game Credits:
- Music: Neil Baldwin
Ripping NES music is a very arduous process that is beyond the scope of this site.