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Operative: No One Lives Forever, The: Bonus Disk

Game info

Name: Operative: No One Lives Forever, The
Alternate name: NOLF (Commonly used abbreviation)
Characteristics: Action, 1st-Person Perspective, Shooter, Spy / Espionage
Publishers: Sierra, Electronic Arts, Fox Interactive, EA
Developers: Monolith, Monolith Productions
Original/port composers: Guy Whitmore, Will Loconto, Nathan Grigg, Eric Aho, Tobin Buttram, Becky Kneubuhl
Platforms:
PC Windows (08 Nov 2000) - Europe
PlayStation 2 (17 Apr 2002) - United States
PlayStation 2 (24 May 2002) - Europe

Music info

Released: 08 Nov 2000
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Becky Kneubuhl
Music type: Bonus Disk
Num of tunes: 11
Num of CDs: 1
Play time: 33:30

User reviews

  • "Not the real soundtrack" (by Captain Llama, 9 Feb 2005) [5/10]
    This music came with NOLF on a seperate CD. It was not related to the game in any way except it was supposed to be inspired by the 60's - none of the music actually comes from the game. The game has an interesting score that I have not found online...I'm hoping to rip that soon and upload it here.

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Record created/updated: 10. September 2002.
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