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#41
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Hey guys, anyone find out what is these song? I need 12th,13th, 20th, 24th,28th.
Starts at: 9:28!

If somebody know any song pls tell me! It's very important for me.

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LAST OF US Trailer Music - Hank Williams

 

 



I like this better than the original! original.gif


Edited by Katphood, 25 June 2017 - 10:53 AM.


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Original what?

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Wish I had the hardware for this back when I played.

Edited by Malcador, 03 December 2012 - 08:59 AM.


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i also love this track from dune 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrpNq9iT87w

as well as most of the music from PS:T (particularly deionarra's theme) and the main theme from BG2.


Spice Opera was a fantastic soundtrack. Got all of it in my playlist, though I prefer Chani's Eyes:


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I know I've already posted it (in this thread!) but I don't care as I am listening to it right now. Because it's awesome.




(I still love how I can mentally hear the mech startup sequence talking to me. It literally gives me goosebumps haha)


EDIT: From the game:


Edited by alanschu, 03 December 2012 - 11:45 AM.


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Sure, I could list a bunch of good game soundtracks from over the years, but I thought instead I'd shed some light on a little-known orchestral remake I found awhile back. It's the city theme from Dungeons and Dragons: Warriors of the Eternal Sun for the Sega Genesis.



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Finally someone necromanced this thread so I wouldn't have to.


As the saying goes: "Real men ride each other." :dancing:

Edited by AGX-17, 03 December 2012 - 01:19 PM.


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Am I the´╗┐ only one who thinks this tune is kinda badass when the bassline kicks in?



One of those "so bad it's good".



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Nice twist on the Terminator's bassy undertones. Especially for a system that didn't have fantastic audio capability.

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Sounds like when a game crashes and you get a sound loop.

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@Malcador - that Police Quest 2 reminds me Beverly Hills Cop, a little. :)


Botanicula was another one that I liked just about every single track, from the short to the longer.

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Liked how they used music and sound effects with occasional vocal exclamations and stuff. Melodic to silly.


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I think they were aiming for that with Police Quest - make it Miami Vice like and such. PQ3 had Jan Hammer after all!



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Everyone knows the best soundtrack ever is from Winter Games for the NES. IT SPEAKS TO YOUR SOUL! YOUR SOOOOOUUUL!



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I think I still have the original box with Winter Games for my Amiga. I doubt the floppy disk would be readable by now though (they seem to lose their "magnetizing" over the decades) :(

Epyx was one of my all time favourite developers/publishers.

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I had Winter Games for the Mac, World Games and California games for the Apple II. Faaaaaar too much time wasted.

To echo Gorth: Epyx was pretty awesome. I had to goofy habit of making full rosters and using my friends names as names. So 90% of the world records were set by me, but under the name of my friends. My brother pointed out the silliness of my naming scheme for this reason lol.

I think World Games was my favourite. Weightlifting, skiing, cliff diving. So much fun! Although, that was JUST those events, so maybe I didn't like it... as much.
Was pretty dope at surfing, bmx riding, and footbag in California games.
I was STUPIDLY good at the Biathalon in Winter Games lol. I would just go max speed because I had the timing down for the marksmanship spots. This was balanced out by being just putrid at the figure skating.


Sadly I never did play Summer Games.

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I had the PC version in glorious 4-colour CGA. I didn't know what it was called or how it played given I'd have been under 5 years old at the time (so gameplay would have consisted of mashing the keyboard until something happened onscreen). By the time I grew up it had disappeared, and it was just a thing in the back of my memory until I recognised what it was years and years later reading an article about 80s DOS games. That, along with Pole Position and Tetris, are my earliest memories of video gaming in any form I think.

I also remember that to start the PC, I had to enter the magical input t-enter-t-enter. It was only years later that I realised that it was just set up with a user name of 't' and a password of 't'. Yeah....

Edited by Humanoid, 05 December 2012 - 02:15 AM.


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Edited by AGX-17, 08 December 2012 - 04:32 PM.


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Thread over.

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I loved the first game haha. Was freaking hard though (ninja touches water, ninja dies!)





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