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Hired Guns: Game rip

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Game info

Name: Hired Guns
Characteristics: Action, Adventure, 1st-Person Perspective, Role-Playing (RPG)
Publishers: Psygnosis, DMA Design
Developer: DMA Design
Original/port composer: Brian Johnston (Amiga)
Platforms:
Amiga (1993) - Europe
PC Dos (1994)

Music info

Released: 1993
Related Plaform: Amiga
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composer of these tunes: Brian Johnston
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft, UnExoticA
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived (different version on UnExoticA)
Num of tunes (original): 11
Num of tunes (actual): 10
Size of archive (original): 633 KBytes
Size of archive (actual): 545 KBytes

User reviews

  • "Hired Guns Music reviewed by a game player" (by honorabili, 14 Jan 2003) [9/10]
    The soundtrack for the original 1st person shooter can be described as tense.

    Most of the songs are ambient and/or techno. Some of them can even be categorized as hardcore.

    Individual Tune Reviews:

    Intro
    One of the most laid back in the soundtrack, mixing ambient and tribal into one for a very synergic effect.

    Title
    Starts out something like a spacy song and evolves to something like a Blade Runner song with aggresive bass.

    CharacterSelection
    This funky song is perfect for introducing all the game's characters and their M.O.'s in a soothing interface.

    Loading1
    Short song that gives the illusion that a peaceful stage will be up next, but all those who played this game know otherwise.

    Loading2
    Another short tune that has the right atmosphere in the introduction of infiltration into areas that have a very large open area.

    Loading3
    When you hear this song, you will know that you better be ready when that level starts, for this military tribal march will make you jumpy.

    Loading4
    This song sounds perfect for a laboratory where everything has gone completely wrong. It sounds like some of Prodigy's early works.

    Loading5
    This house song is perfect for getting your heart pumping for the usual impossible level that follows the playback of this tune.

    Dead
    Techno/rock ballad that evolves, unlike your characters which have just died. Hah, I hardly ever heard this song in the game when I played because I always restarted the level as soon as one character died.

    Complete
    This techno/trance song is great enough to be a club hit even nowadays.



    Overall, this sound track would have gotten a higher score if some of its song where a LOT longer. Either way, I love them for the most part.

    - honorabili

  • "exellent" (by winuae2, 23 Jun 2007) [10/10]
    my fist time interesting in mod began with this great game and musics..

  • "excellent" (by winuae2, 10 Mar 2008) [10/10]
    me and my brother think that this game&musics amazing ı am still listening mycellphone

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Amiga MED format.

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Record created/updated: 23. August 2002.
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