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Didn't Duke Nukem 3D include the downloadable soundtrack as part of it's bonus content? I downloaded the game on Dec. 12th when it was free, so I hope that's not a problem. I see the manual, wallpapers, ringtones, avatar, and artwork, but not the soundtrack. If the soundtrack wasn't available before, do you think it would be possible for GOG to add it?
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I too find it odd that GOG didn't include the game's soundtrack. Maybe the GOGMix I'm creating will help, I dunno. http://www.gog.com/mix/games_without_soundtracks_and_where_to_find_some

I'm assuming the songs are MIDI files. Maybe there's a music folder in the installed files?
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Guy110: Didn't Duke Nukem 3D include the downloadable soundtrack as part of it's bonus content? I downloaded the game on Dec. 12th when it was free, so I hope that's not a problem. I see the manual, wallpapers, ringtones, avatar, and artwork, but not the soundtrack. If the soundtrack wasn't available before, do you think it would be possible for GOG to add it?
You can extract .MID files manually using Dragon UnPACKer 5 from DUKE3D.GRP
http://sourceforge.net/projects/dragonunpacker/
Open main file then right click on desired midi and extract it.
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HenitoKisou: You can extract .MID files manually using Dragon UnPACKer 5 from DUKE3D.GRP
http://sourceforge.net/projects/dragonunpacker/
Open main file then right click on desired midi and extract it.
Thanks for the tool. But in the new trailer for the game that just showed up, I remember there being a remastered version of "Grabbag." But that's probably the only song they remastered. Still, wouldn't it be cool to have CD-quality versions of all the tracks?