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Superhero League of Hoboken: Game rip
"Amateur Opinion: Superhero League of Hoboken" (by saburai, 26 Apr 2009) [8/10]
Some soundtracks stick with you primarily out of nostalgia, and this applies to many of the tracks on this soundtrack.
But a few, a small few, are so haunting, melodic, and frankly, timeless that I think it's a shame the composer has not worked in more modern media. Note especially the home base theme, the several over-world themes, and a few of the more subdued puzzle themes. The combat music is largely forgettable, apparently attempting to achieve comedy instead of quality.
Operation Flashpoint: Original soundtrack
"Not bad" (by zvengeancez, 21 Apr 2009) [9/10]
Ever since the golden age of game music 1990-96, this has been one of the only decent soundtracks out there. I disagree with the comment about the metal tunes, when the abrams tanks enter the battle, they compliment the game well "taking it back, taking it back!"
Tempest 2000: Game rip
"Tempest 2009" (by KINDLE, 21 Apr 2009) [9/10]
The Soundtrack of this game is something of a cult now. These have been remastered since & are availible on request. Please simply look up 'tempest 2009' on youtube for instructions on how to aquire this new Soundtrack. *Please Note, I am reffering to the Jaguar Version, Not the CD Soundtrack Version.
Doom: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"Samples rule, but..." (by TomoAlien, 18 Apr 2009) [2/10]
Yeah, i like the samples, but the fact that there's no pitch changing makes it bad.
Lotus Turbo Challenge 2: Game rip
"Great Stuff - Great Game!" (by Sentinel, 15 Apr 2009) [10/10]
A game, which makes much fun by the good music - thanks!
Crazy Sue: Game rip
"Crazy Good" (by Laura, 13 Apr 2009) [10/10]
Crazy Sue is a fun upbeat game soundtrack. Have a wacky dance party or freakout by yourself to it. Definitely a unique sound.
Puggsy: Game rip
"Have a psychadelic mind time" (by Laura, 13 Apr 2009) [10/10]
Puggsy is tearing me through the barriers of space and time. Twinkling stars above an ancient forgotten sea. Download it, you won't regret it!
Paragliding: Game rip
"A fun experience for all" (by Laura, 13 Apr 2009) [10/10]
I had never played this game, but the music is pretty weird and cool. A good variety of smooth jams and rock and rolly electroland.
RuneScape: Game rip
"The perfect collection of original Runescape Music" (by qwert123, 5 Apr 2009) [9/10]
This collection is most excellent. it includes ALL of the original music. Plus it has all the musical fanfares as well. perfect.
Pinball Mania: Game rip
"Good memories" (by ThunderAce, 4 Apr 2009) [7/10]
These tunes are really fitting to the themes of the tables. My favourite has to be the Tarantula music. Creepy, but great!
One Must Fall 2097: Game rip
"OMF: Essential listening" (by Electrikcar, 1 Apr 2009) [10/10]
The menu track is very stirring, with a depth and quality rarely heard in games. It has a similar sound to the works of the critically acclaimed Jesper Kyde (Hitman, Freedom Fighters) and Vangelis. Its progressive synth, electronica and well carved bass line make it essential listening.
Witchaven: Game rip
"Witchaven" (by Stony, 21 Mar 2009) [10/10]
Such a great game with a great soundtrack!
PacMac Deluxe: Game rip
"Entertaining tunes" (by TheoX, 17 Mar 2009) [8/10]
These tunes are amusing, I remember thinking how unique they were when I first played the game. Good conversions! I feel like there were more songs in the game, but maybe that's just me.
Mantra: Game rip
"Well done!" (by TheoX, 17 Mar 2009) [10/10]
These are great conversions of songs that bring back memories from the good ol' days of mac adventures. My favorite is the forest one.
Cave Story: Game rip
"Perfect Conversions!" (by TheoX, 17 Mar 2009) [10/10]
These songs are pitch-perfect conversions of the original songs. Great job making that program, although it doesn't work for me.
anyway, two thumbs up!
CarVup: Game rip
"Good stuff here" (by TheoX, 17 Mar 2009) [9/10]
Earlier on I obtained carvup-2 from a separate source. In my opinion it's definitely the best one of these four, but the others are quite good, especially in terms of the drums. I'm terming Matthew Simmonds is a musical genius for making the second one.
Bubble Bobble Nostalgie: Game rip
"Nice!" (by TheoX, 17 Mar 2009) [7/10]
Pleasant music from a rather obscure game. These tracks are very happy and fluffy except for one, which is a bit creepy, and I like it too. Pretty enjoyable!
Dungeon Master 2: Legend of Skullkeep: Game rip
"Beautiful and dark" (by Razorback, 11 Mar 2009) [9/10]
Wow, what a moody soundtrack! I love it. Very sublime and surreal. One of the best fantasy soundtracks I've heard and perfect for dungeoneering.
Tubular Worlds: Game rip
"Now that's what I'm talkin' about!" (by TheoX, 11 Mar 2009) [10/10]
These tracks are GREAT. I miss Tubular Worlds so much. I played it half for the music, and now I can finally hear it again. Some quality work here. :)
Woden: Game rip
"Alright" (by TheoX, 10 Mar 2009) [4/10]
The sounds seems a bit messed up - instruments sound odd and the pitches are off. The songs are okay in themselves, but they don't sound great here.