Memorable Soundtracks5votes I like it
Win95 says: A brand new soundtrack for a brand... well third time remake of a 80's text adventure. The soundtrack, reminiscent of The Pink Panther scores with it's lively jazz pieces, is unfortunately not available for free but have to be bought separably.
Win95 says: Right Said Fred's debut #1 I'm Too Sexy have been used in countless games and films but never with such clever precision as in this game. The other tracks trashiness seems appropriate.
Win95 says: One of the best RPG's in years and a faithful adaption of Sapkowski's novels. The soundtrack loses some of it's magic if not accompanied by the stunning visuals of the game but, especially the more quiet pieces, still stand strong on their own.
Win95 says: The highly praised sequel to The Witcher came bundled with yet another massive score clocking in well over 2 hours and available for download on GOG.com as bonus content with four extra tracks. More powerful and less meditative than its predecessor.
Win95 says: Often Bioware's games includes great soundtracks and this one isn't and exemption. Includes many of the elements which made Mass Effect and Dragon Age some of the best games in recent years, while the oriental score is downloadable after purchase.
Win95 says: A great series overall but mainly on this list because of Police Quest 3: The Kindred. In this game the Czech composer Jan Hammer renown for his works on Miami Vice delivers a moody score very much a-like to the cult 80's cop-show.
Win95 says: Still haven't finished all of these games (and probably never will) but who cares! The iconic main theme itself is reason enough to buy the games! Once you have heard it, you'll never stop humming...
Win95 says: An incredible journey which sends you across Europe and to the Middle East in an attempt to unravel the secret of the Knights Templars. The classical score filled with bowed string instruments and the wonderful opening overture are genre classics.
Win95 says: David Bowie in creating the soundtrack for this game wound up with enough material for a new album which eventually was released as the well received 'Hours...' in 1999. Bowie's dark sorrowful voice and the gentle music fits the games despair.
Win95 says: A mixed bag. Illogical puzzles and multiple death ends makes this one of the least playable adventures you're likely ever to lay your hands on. Is though somewhat redeemed by the excellent jazz score by Harold Faltermeyer's (Beverly Hills Cop).
Win95 says: Created by Michel Ancel the man behind Rayman, but with a more serious tone. The music was composed by Christophe Héral ( who also created the sound for Rayman Origins) and helps create the sense of healthy paranoia present throughout the game.
Win95 says: Matt Uelmen reprised his fantastic Diablo score for 2009's hack n' slash Torchlight by Runic Games. The moody guitar work is once again present but seems more terse and are ultimately relegated to a smaller part in the much varied overall spectrum.
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