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Exhumed: Game rip

Game info

Name: Exhumed
Alternate name: Ruins: Return of the Gods (Very early working title), Powerslave (US Title)
Characteristics: Action, 1st-Person Perspective, Shooter
Publishers: BMG, Playmates, Playmates Interactive Entertainment
Developers: Lobotomy, Lobotomy Software, Playmates Interactive Entertainment
Original/port composer: Scott Branston
Sega Saturn
PlayStation (1996) - United States
PC Windows (1997) - United States
PC Windows (1997) - Europe
PlayStation (Apr 1997) - Europe

Music info

Released: 1996
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Scott Branston
Music type: Game rip
My rating: 9/10
Num of tunes (original): 13
Num of CDs: 1
Play time (original): 35:26 (est)

My info

Nice additional tracks that I didn't have (weird, I had original PC version where these audio tracks haven't been). [9/10]

User reviews

Facts / description

I left only three tunes, the rest was the same as soundtrack I had previously.

Music download

Digital Audio tunes download information

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Record created/updated: 2. September 2002.
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