A suite chronicling a journey of a super-musician who gained super powers one night...
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We start with some random "shooting star" that falls from the sky and goes KABOOM! Our musician is near the site and gets blasted away.
The musician, shaken but OK, returns to the scene to find out that the "shooting star" is glowing and giving off all sorts of weird vibes. His curiosity gets the best of him, and ends up with...
...super powers! Probably along the typical superhero power lineup.
The hero attempts to use his superpowers to make music.
He begins to sing along with his melody that he just created to determine what else to add on... and then realizes he can sing like a NES! Or he could sing like whatever chip he desires to be (due to the limitations of the NSF file, we'll quietly assume NES only).
He promptly uses this singing ability to attract some interest.
He attracts some attention alright: his fellow musician friends come on over wondering who's singing that chip music.
Now comes the unwanted part: A villain with the same powers enters, although with a potential exception since his ability to chip-sing is not demonstrated.
The villain promptly kidnaps the hero's computers and the other musicians attending. In this case, the music that was playing in the previous segment is cut off mid-song to indicate the computer being unplugged suddenly.
The hero follows pursuit!
Cue a dangerous trek into some sort of lair.
The hero encounters the villain.
The hero ultimately wins the fight and rescues his computers... and fellow musicians!
The hero ends up partying with the musicians he rescued to celebrate this victory. What better place to go have a party than Winter Chip 9?
The party gets crazy, to say the least.
Little does the superhero realize that his powers are slowly draining.
The party concludes and the musicians exit.
The villain comes back, superpowers intact. However, he looks like as though he has experimented on himself... and thus looks a bit worse for wear.
Our hero gets captured by the villain. The villain has somehow remained powerful longer than the hero has, so the hero is outclassed this time.
Uh oh. The dreaded commercial break. It's coming a bit late in the show, but it has inevitably occurred. And what do you suppose the commercial is? Well, it's longer than your traditional commercial break, because it features... more Winter Chip 9 entries!