Here's my minimalist reviews and stuff:
American McGee Presents: Scrapland - Human
Good rhythm tone, interesting use of Luka Megurine(?), could've used some instrumental leads or something to break up the monotony a little bit.
Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross - Johnny Races FATE Down Under
Kinda weak paper-thin rhythm guitar. Organ bit's kinda nice. Lead guitar's kinda bare bonesy, but it suits the mood, I guess.
Cyborg Hunter - Keycards Everywhere.
Nice 80s vibes, particularly synthwise. Mix could use more punch to it overall, especially the guitar leads.
Mega Man 2 - Title & Woodman Themes
Went in expecting another MM2 NES cover for the endless pile, so the Gameboy OST's a neat choice at least. Production and performance are nice and clean, but it feels way too straightforward by-the-numbers rock with the arrangement.
Mega Man X - OK, Wanger
Beginning's underwhelming. Also weirdly quiet. I like the synth leads in the second runthrough of the base melody. Second half of the song picks up significantly. KK Slider's a weird touch there, but it works. Not bad, but the mix sounds a bit too subdued for its own good.
Murder By Numbers - Picross Examination
Strong start, really good lead guitar right off the bat. Not much I can honestly nitpick about with this one in terms of execution and production values. Arrangement-wise, it feels a little bare bones, but that's hard to judge without the source material on hand, I guess.
NieR: Automata - Copy of a Copy
Nice chill ambient vibe to the whole thing. Excellent vocal work, assuming it isn't just sampled directly from the game or something. Drags on a little towards the end.
NieR: Automata - Faltering Prayer
Lo-fi beats to study and/or question existence to. Lost my tiny babby level attention span about a minute in or so. Next.
Rockman & Forte - That's Cold, Man
Kind of an odd choice of the dinky little electric piano sound for the main melody in the beginning there. Everything else is pretty much on point though. Love the synth leads around the end.
Rockman & Forte - Uhrenmuseum
Lead guitar tone's good and the leads are good. Not much arrangement to speak of, it's basically just a straight cover of the opening stage that ends kind of abruptly.
Soul Blazer - Dr. Leo's Basement
I'm like 90% sure this is literally just someone playing guitar and (maybe) bass dubbed over a couple loops of an mp3 or spc the original song. Not even kidding, look up the original. Pretty much every sound here except the guitar matches the source song note-for-note, sample-for-sample even.
Super Robot Wars: Original Generations - The Sword That Cleaves Evil
Solid arrangement, though the mixing and mastering could definitely use some work. If it's going for a "wall of sound" kind of deal, EQ could stand to separate everything a little better so the mix doesn't feel so...I dunno, cramped, I guess. Feels really weirdly compressed in certain spots.
Undertale - Rehearsing with Mettaton!!!
Cool, swing beat. Nothing too flashy here, but it's more of a creative take on its source material than most things this month and I respect that.
Xenogears - Baile Dúchais
Ooh, happy-go-lucky town music vibes! Not much to say about this one. Tight performance and all, but it went on a lot longer than it needed to.