#2 posted by nitin
on 2003/12/21 09:07:29
as does q1, but I liekd unreal too.
#3 posted by .
on 2003/12/21 09:37:24
I played Alice a little bit few years ago, don't remember much of the soundtrack but I did check out the individual soundtrack release on amazon.com, pretty cool.
#4 posted by wrath
on 2003/12/21 10:38:16
alice is great, I bought the record - chris vrenna is a great musician.
the myst series also have great scores, riven and exile especially. I'm gonna buy the Uru one after new years.
#5 posted by Vondur
on 2003/12/21 12:15:11
- i wish the soundtracks wouldn't be deliberate, they should be imperceptible and improve atmosphere in the same time.
- i wanna listen to soundtracks for the same reason described above
- quake, starcraft, alice, unreal
#8 posted by inertia on 2003/12/21 14:58:31
nuff said k
Anything From Neil Voss
#9 posted by pushplay
on 2003/12/21 16:00:47
Which includes two Tetris incarnations. Well... if you consider Tetrisphere a Tetris.
Changing My Vote To Classic Zelda...
#10 posted by -
on 2003/12/21 16:16:24
And Seeming Inertia Mentioned Chrono Trigger:
#11 posted by -
on 2003/12/21 16:18:37
But Where's The Acapella Bubble Bobble?
#13 posted by pushplay
on 2003/12/21 16:29:42
#16 posted by DaZ
on 2003/12/21 21:13:34
Had a great soundtrack imo, trancey sort of, mellow at times and rushing at other times, a nice mix of styles.
Other soundtracks I like are Unreal 1, and errr some more bah :)
#18 posted by metlslime on 2003/12/23 01:09:44
Symphony of the Night.
Quake is really good, but i don't like listening to it when i'm not playing. Same goes for a lot of NES games.
#19 posted by HeadThump
on 2003/12/24 12:17:40
Rise of the Triad was memorable. I wonder how it would sound to my ears now after so many years.
Of my favorite music moments, I would include the sequence at the start of the 'blastpit' section of Half-Life. It gave the feeling that something bizaar was waiting for you just around the corner.
Arx Fatalis's music also had a creepy vibe.
#20 posted by MisYu on 2003/12/25 05:43:47
Quake, Blood, Starcraft, Warcraft 2, Enclave, Unreal, Diablo 1, Diablo 2, Half-Life, Nehahra, Death Rally, Benefactor, Leander, Superfrog, Duke Nukem 3D, Hired Guns, Ishar - Legend of the Fortress, Deadly Tide, Disciples, Heroes of Might and Magic 3, Furry of the Furries, Jaguar XJ220, Dojo Dan, Yo! Joe!, Pinball Dreams, Pinball Fantasies, Psycho Pinball, Wipeout 2097, Shadow of the Beast 3, Doom, Command and Conquer 2 - Red Alert, and the winner is Enclave, kthx :E
Trent On Quake 1
#21 posted by .
on 2003/12/25 08:46:36
Here's an interview w/ Trent on Quake 1 soundtrack, pretty cool: http://www.theninhotline.net/archives/articles/xint64.shtml
There may be more re: Quake in that directory
#22 posted by Vondur
on 2003/12/25 11:15:24
thx for the linkage
Yeah Very Good
#23 posted by starbuck
on 2003/12/26 06:47:31
i didn't realise all the nin influence was lost in the nintendo port tho, interesting to read
#24 posted by grahf
on 2003/12/28 15:05:37
Homeworld has a bitchin' soundtrack. verrrry atmospheric.
So Does Homeworld2...
#25 posted by necros
on 2003/12/28 17:50:04
haven't been able to extract the music yet...