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Pandemonium: Game rip

Game info

Name: Pandemonium
Alternate name: Magical Hoppers (Japanese title and series name)
Characteristics: Action, 3rd-Person Perspective, Platform
Publishers: Crystal Dynamics, BMG, Bandai, Nokia
Developer: Crystal Dynamics
Original/port composer: Burke Trieschmann
Platforms:
PlayStation - United States
Apple II
PlayStation (Nov 1996) - Europe
PC Windows (1997) - Europe
Sega Saturn (1997) - United States
PlayStation (28 Feb 1997) - Japan
Sega Saturn (25 Apr 1997) - Japan
N-Gage (07 Oct 2003)

Music info

Released: 05 Nov 1996
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Burke Trieschmann
Music type: Game rip
My rating: 9/10
Num of tunes: 30
Num of CDs: 1
Play time: 48:41

My info

Great tunes, great melodies, different ideas and tunes. There is only small lag of quality, because the audio tracks have been recorded from some tracked format (I think). But it doesn't lower the experience from the music anyhow. [9/10]



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Record created/updated: 26. September 2002.
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