Syndicate: Game rip
Characteristics: Strategy, Isometric, Cyberpunk / Dark Sci-Fi, Real-Time, Role-Playing (RPG)
Publishers: Electronic Arts, Bullfrog, Ocean, EA, EA Victor
Developers: Bullfrog, Bullfrog Productions Ltd
Original/port composer: Russell Shaw (Amiga)
3DO - United States
Amiga CD32 - United States
Amiga (1993) - Europe
PC Dos (1993) - Europe
Sega Mega-CD (1993) - Europe
Super NES (1994) - Europe
Super NES (1994) - United States
Sega Mega Drive (1994)
Atari Jaguar (1995) - United States
Super NES (19 May 1995) - Japan
3DO (20 Oct 1995) - Japan
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composer of these tunes: Russell Shaw
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mormaeglin
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 2
Size of archive: 6319 bytes
- "Silent Syndicate?" (by Schwang, 15 Mar 2006) [5/10]
Nothing to keep you coming back here. The music suited the game adequately but set more of a "stealth game" mood than a "cybernetic soldier game" mood.
- "Minigun Selected." (by honkstar82, 15 Dec 2012) [4/10]
That Introduction. The music really sticks in the mind after you've seen a guy get run over, abducted, and then converted into a cybernetic soldier. The game music is very fitting of a tactics game, but one could wish for a little more techno-energy when listening to it on its own. This little pack only has two songs. I recommend smacking it together with it's sequel, Syndicate Wars, in your playlists. Both have cyberpunk grimdark feel to them, and compliment each other well.
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Not much to rate here:) two songs with this mechanical-futuristic feel on them, something for Bloodnet soundtrack fans.
Note from Mirsoft: Another soundtrack which seems to have scrambled samples and needs to be manually re-sampled to correct ones ;)
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