Rambutaan says: Arcanum is a pretty special game when it comes to music. Troika wanted to try something different and employed a string quartet to perform most of the music in the game which gives the soundtrack a unique sound.
Rambutaan says: Great medieval tunes, and even though they're MIDI quality, they still sound good today.
Rambutaan says: This game had an awesome intro and an excellent theme song to back it up (which was incorporated with the in-game music). Oh the game wasn't too bad either.
Rambutaan says: A funky soundtrack incorporating a lot of licensed music with Grandmaster Flash at the helm.
Rambutaan says: Great music with different styles to fit each of the three sides. This game even had its own dance track as a theme song: "We escape from the blue... from the bluuuuueee..."
Rambutaan says: Awesome level music by a VGM veteran, Tommy Tallarico, who is also co-creator of the Video Games Live series.Groovy!
Rambutaan says: The original developers couldn't get I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire by the Ink Spots - so they did the next best thing and got the rights to another Ink Spots song called Maybe.
Rambutaan says: Another classic theme song for Fallout 2 but not by the Ink Spots. Instead it's by Louis Armstrong: A Kiss to Build a Dream On
Rambutaan says: Robert Holmes (husband of Jane Jensen) makes excellent soundtracks and the Gabriel Knight theme is one of them.
Rambutaan says: A hilarious game where Jeremy Soule's heroic music juxtaposed with the bungling band of Meccaryns enhances the comedy.
Rambutaan says: While not using high quality samples, the dramatic soundtrack to Jagged Alliance was memorable and fit the game well.
Rambutaan says: The rock, blues and orchestal influences on this soundtrack made you feel as if you and your band of mercenaries were starring in an 80s action flick.
Rambutaan says: King's Quest V had a memorable soundtrack but King's Quest VI went so far as to create a soundtrack that wasn't too different from one you'd find for a Disney animated feature, complete with a rock ballad duet.
Rambutaan says: I didn't really get to play this game that much - it was pretty buggy. The music by Inon Zur was great though, the acoustic guitar pieces in particular.
Rambutaan says: I remember LBA's soundtrack with several uplifting and beautiful themes, sometimes almost making you want to cry. It was that good.
Rambutaan says: Just like its predecessor, LBA2 continues the tradition of having an awesome soundtrack.
Rambutaan says: One interesting aspect of the Locomotion soundtrack is that music changed depending on which time period you were in. In the 40s, you could expect to hear jazz while in the 80s, you'd hear synthpop.
Rambutaan says: The original had some nice music, but most of the game was played in silence. With MOO2 however you had a sci-fi opera feel to the soundtrack with different themes played for each of the races you meet in the game.
Rambutaan says: I don't know about Megarace 1 but Megarace 2 had a rockin' soundtrack for its time which really got you into the mood to burn some rubber and fire some missiles!
Rambutaan says: Another game with a most memorable and heroic theme, thanks to Jeremy Soule.
Rambutaan says: The great aspect of the Police Quest soundtracks are that they made you feel like you were in an 80s cop show - in fact Sierra even managed to get Jan Hammer (of Miami Vice theme fame) to score Police Quest 3!
Rambutaan says: They may be only MIDI tracks (or at least they sound like MIDI) but you can't help but tap your toes at some of these tunes as you review your metropolis!
Rambutaan says: The early Space Quests only really had music during the intro but this theme would be heard again and again in every Space Quest afterwards. Space Quest 3 had some extra memorable themes, like the Monolith Burger theme!
Rambutaan says: Lots of excellent variations of the Space Quest theme in these sequels, but my favourite would have to be Space Quest V where they parody Star Trek to death!
Rambutaan says: The soundtrack to Star Control 2 was so good that the original composers remixed their classics for the "remake" Ur-Quan Masters.
Rambutaan says: Adventure games tend to have beautiful soundtracks and Syberia is one of them, with a moving main theme to boot.
Rambutaan says: Thanks to the Daniel Indart Project, Tropic received a high-quality soundtrack that would give the Buena Vista Social Club a run for its money!
Rambutaan says: Ultima 6 was the first game that introduced me to Ultima and tunes that would become stalwarts of the series, including Stones, Rule Britannia and the Ultima theme.
Rambutaan says: Privateer had a theme song that they managed to incorporate in most of the soundtrack, including the combat and space station music. This means it wasn't a theme you'd soon forget!
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