Translation of "Clockwork Apple"

For you Mega Man Zero knowledge buffs, here is a translation of the drama track "Clockwork Apple" from the album Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero: Telos, by Sensei-Hanzo. This track recounts a Reploid simply known as TK31, working under Harpuia, who stumbles upon some frightening information from the past. Wonder who he could be...

You can also look back on translations of Ciel's Memories, Alouette's Good Day and Elf War. I should also mention that Mr. Hanzo is helping out with another translation project, which you may already know about. TMMN is starting to become some kind of... crazy translation place, or something!

Records of the Elf War

Here's yet another drama track localization from Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero: Telos by Sensei-Hanzo. This track is Retrospect 1: Elf War, and covers X and Zero's original last stand against Omega, and then Zero later being sealed up (yet again, knowing he had another series ahead of him). Pretty interesting stuff for those craving the background details to the Zero series, and I know there are a lot of you. You can also go back to Hanzo's work on Alouette's Good Day and the Ciel's Memory tracks.

Translation of "Alouette's Good Day"

Those interested in the many facets of Mega Man Zero's background story should give this a watch. It is a translation of the drama track "Alouette's Good Day" from the soundtrack Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero - Telos. This coming from Sensei-Hanzo, who some months back did similar translations of the Ciel's Memories tracks. May have been a while, but this is a nearly 15 minute long audio drama, so there's a ton of content.

Thanks, Sensei-Hanzo!

Ciel's Memories Translated

On of the neat things about the Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero albums is drama tracks a lot of them contain. While I've glossed over some interpreted machine translations, however, I don't believe I've ever seen a direct translation of these tracks. But that's changed now that Sensei-Hanzo has notified me of his current translations of the Ciel's Memory tracks on the original album on YouTube. You can check out his full set here as well. Sensei-Hanzo also tells me he intends to translate the rest sometime, so we'll be sure to inform when they're done!

Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero: Mythos - Update and Samples

Inti Creates has updated their RTRZ Mythos page with the complete track list, as well as some delicious samples. Here is the full track list: 01: Final Match 02: Departure - Mythos Ver. - 03: Esperanto - Mythos Ver. - 04: Sand Triangle - Mythos Ver. - 05: Resistance - Mythos Ver. - 06: Neo Arcadia - Mythos Ver. - 07: Enemy Hall - Mythos Ver. - 08: Hell's Gate Open - Mythos Ver. - 09: Silver Wolf - Mythos Ver. - 10: Straight Ahead - Mythos Ver. - 11: I,0 Your Fellow - Interlude - 12: Everlasting 13: Area of Zero - Mythos Ver. -

And the samples: [audio:http://www.themmnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/FinalMatch_demo.mp3|titles=RTRZ: Mythos - Final Match (sample)] Final Match

[audio:http://www.themmnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Departure_demo.mp3|titles=RTRZ Mythos - Departure (sample)] Departure

[audio:http://www.themmnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/HellsGateOpen_demo.mp3|titles=RTRZ Mythos - Hell's Gate Open (sample)] Hell's Gate Open

[audio:http://www.themmnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Everlasting_demo.mp3|titles=RTRZ Mythos - Everlasting (sample)] Everlasting

Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero: Mythos releases next week on June 10th.

Small update: Ippo Yamada has confirmed that the song "Final Match" is Mega Man Zero Collection's title theme.

Inti Creates Introduces RTRZ Mythos, Cover Art is Glorious

Last week we broke the news to you on Inti Creates' next Rockman album project: Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero - Mythos. This week Inti Creates has their own page up for the album and box set, and while there's not much new info, there is an extremely awesome looking cover art. In fact, you can get a someone better look at the art on their front page, which features a somewhat different, more angelic looking Zero. With Inti's page up now, hopefully samples will be coming soon. Incidentally, over at Spiceman @ Blog, Ippo Yamada is having another little contest for guessing what Zero series songs will end up on the album. He states that two of the songs are the Zero Collection title screen and the vocalized version of Zero 3's ending "Everlasting Red." Thus readers as asked to guess ten additional songs. Thus, the whole album will contain 12 tracks. The answers will come out this Monday. What do you hope they are?

Ippo Yamada Announces "Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero - Mythos" plus Box Set (Updated)

We just posted a short while back about Ippo Yamada's involvement in various projects. It turns out that CD due in June is Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero - Mythos, an arranged album made in honor of the Rockman Zero Collection. Involvements are scarce so far, but he did announce it will be released concurrently with the Collection, on June 10th. He also mentions that Ryo Kawakami is currently in the midst of arranging, Tohru Itoga will be recording vocals the day after tomorrow, Tsutomu Kurihara will be providing guitar work and illustrator Tohru Nakayama will be designing the album jacket. With the Rockman 10 Image Soundtrack just coming out now, it sounds like we have another delicious arrange album on the way! News Credit: Spiceman @ Blog

Update: A couple more details have surfaced from the product listing page on e-Capcom. The album will be a single disc, run for ¥2,000 ($21.31 US), and will contain a 12 page full color booklet. Contents of the booklet include liner notes by Ippo Yamada, a music companion by Ryo Kawakami, and comments from the chief developer of the Zero series entitled "Developer Comments 2010." Additionally, it sounds like the track Tohru Itoga is performing for is a vocalized version of "Everlasting Red," the staff roll theme for Zero 3.

Furthermore, Capcom is releasing a box set of all five Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero albums under the name Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero Limited Box. The box set will go for ¥9,800 ($104.42 US) which may seem staggering, but is cheaper than the ¥14,400 ($153.43) to by all five albums individually.