Games with great soundtracks2votes I like it
Kilmex says: A smooth, very quite soundtrack. Nice little tunes that blend into the background but would be missed if muted.
Kilmex says: Cryo - the guys that made some great games like Commander Blood, Dune and Lost Eden. Stephane Picq worked on this one too...
Kilmex says: Music is the THEME of this game and if you like metal, this one might have some nice songs for you. Allthough most of them were not written for this game.
Kilmex says: Rocking your ears while blasting away all that's bad ... gotta love this one!
Kilmex says: Okay very similar songs compared to episode one, but that doesn't make the music bad.
Kilmex says: Well if you like a fast euro dance / techno like song from time to time... But I like the attempt to make more, than just some background noise :)
Kilmex says: Hülsbeck - old and new. Okay the new tracks very done by Machinae Supremacy but the interpretation is so well done, that I have to recommend this one.
Kilmex says: Maybe I am a fool for the music, because I played these games so much, but I think all the music from HOMM1-5 is worth to be heard.
Kilmex says: Capturing the swinging, spy agentish, copacabana stylish flair of some of the most memorable Bond films. Suspension, thrills and hot girls with cool drinks: welcome to the sandbar!
Kilmex says: Well made classic private eye adventure with a formidable soundtrack. Just play it again, Sam!
Kilmex says: Dubstep, garage band style or some sad tune - Mechinarium holds some fine tunes. Especially because of the fact that this game does not use spoken words ... or at last only a fist full. The music is much more present than in other games.
Kilmex says: Part 6 to 8 got some very decend music tracks on their games CDs. They are so good, that I used them while playing AD&D games on pen and paper several times.
Kilmex says: Metal that lifts your fighting spirit ... and if it doesn't, something is very wrong with you ;)
Kilmex says: Realms of Arkania (Das schwarze Auge) episodes 1 and 2 had some very nice medieval styled tunes. Episode 3 switch to a more polished choral sound with piano and orchestra.
Kilmex says: Walking around on some shores to find one's way gives you time enough to listen carefully. And what do you hear? music that is also very well made just like the rest of the game.
Kilmex says: Strange game, but some very energetic tracks on it's CD. Especially some tracks sound like a wild tribe that dances around a totem and get more and more into a frenzy like state of mind ... like a prayer for blood.
Kilmex says: Some of the game's developers came from Bullfrog and I think you feel it when handling this game. The music is also quite nice - 4-6 tracks for each of the three decks. Unfortunately I didn't find a way to extract it from the game. So I recorded it.
Kilmex says: TR's theme played on a harp or flute - that's something special for me. But not only the theme, every tracks is done highly professional and fits to it's purpose to the last note.
Kilmex says: The game never got my attention, but it's music is so good. Orchestrated, epic music that makes you feel like you are at war.
Kilmex says: MIDI music. It's not for everyone, I know - but I had to nominate Tyrian, because it's soundtrack is so catchy. Sci-Fi electronical ... well... music. And did you know: the options have a music box just for hearing the tracks.
Kilmex says: The game was not what I expected (after playing episode 8). But the music is sweet. Gentle, kinda medieval and very acoustically or something like that.
Kilmex says: Straylight Productions. They made a rocking framework for every sound a face paced shooter deserves: BANG, BOOM and a taunt like "Excuse me, did I blow your head apart?!" \m/
Kilmex says: From all the Worms games that evolved and were made over the years, one thing made every gamer feel right at home: the soundtrack. The theme and such classics like "swim like a brick" or "the tale of Bogey B" made me chose this episode.
Kilmex says: Perfect background music that blends into the game and makes the whole experience twice as good.
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