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    Music in Games

    I like music and I like games and ever since I was younger I reliased how music was a big part of video games, Online and Offline. There is an Online game I have played for abit now called Lineage and it has music in it that makes you sigh and think of the passion that went into it. If you have time and like games I would recommend that for fun.

    Sorry I couldn't get music into the file but it would be to big.

    The person that does music for Lineage is Bill Brown. If anyone has heard of him, He also does music for Lineage II.
    http://billbrownmusic.com/musicG5.htm (very talented)

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    Ever tried Bejeweled? Skaven did a wonderful job in creating the music
    for the computer game. Now the game is everywhere. I would like to
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    judy tooley

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    Yes I'm beginning to realise that some games I like are just an excuse to listen to the good music tracks... It can really make a mediocre game worth many more hours of fun.

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    most new RPG have very nice atmospheric music
    the infinity engine ones - baldures gate and icewind dale
    the elder scrolls ones - morrowind and oblivion

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillelr View Post
    most new RPG have very nice atmospheric music
    the infinity engine ones - baldures gate and icewind dale
    the elder scrolls ones - morrowind and oblivion
    Yes the music is excellent in Baldur's Gate II - that must've been my favourite game for over a year, with so much replay value. As for Morrowind, don't you get sick of that same track over and over? I had to turn the music off after a while...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oneiros View Post
    Yes the music is excellent in Baldur's Gate II - that must've been my favourite game for over a year, with so much replay value. As for Morrowind, don't you get sick of that same track over and over? I had to turn the music off after a while...
    there is something in what you say
    but the music itself was very nice in my opinion
    they just didn't put too much variety in their music for morrowind

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    Yes I agree - good music, just not enough of it.

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    Ever tried Bookworm? A theme of Brahms is played throughout the game.
    The main song is one of the pieces of brahms. Play the game and
    figure it out.
    judy tooley

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    Man, I still have most of the old NES games music stuck in my head.. From Mario to Zelda. Even though its not great music, it is catchy and after playing those games for so long you can't get the music out of your head.

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    here are some youtube vidoes of bubble bobble music on distorted guitar
    very nice

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_0b6vee-Pk

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lce4BPrefbg

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    Quote Originally Posted by toejamfootball View Post
    Man, I still have most of the old NES games music stuck in my head.. From Mario to Zelda. Even though its not great music, it is catchy and after playing those games for so long you can't get the music out of your head.
    Yes, Koji Kondo is one of the greatest Japanise song creators, together with Akira Yamaoka.
    Here is the lovely set on that matter by the way: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4E...trIDk6X1wlKPHC

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