Now, I know what you might be thinking: KOTOR 1 was brilliant and KOTOR 2 was a totally confused clusterf*** with very little (if any) coherence to the storyline (wait a minute--there was a storyline?). And I'd have to agree with you 100%. However, all is not lost in Mudville as a dedicated group of gamers has put together a project to restore content that existed in the game's files but didn't didn't make it into the game proper (I blame Obsidian, they were in a hurry to cash in on the reflected
Holy crap, now this is how you push the SID chip to its limits. Most 8-bit tracks tend to consist of short repeating loops that are lucky to be longer than thirty seconds in duration. In contrast Monty on the Run is nearly six minutes long and is constantly musically evolving throughout. Out of all the tracks on this list I feel I may have placed this one too low, which is saying a lot given that I placed it above one of my favourite games (Streets of Rage 2). This track truly highlights what the
Updated 02-05-2012 at 11:44 PM by meu2
I'm not a hug fan of rave music and, as I mentioned in entry twenty seven, my experience with the Amiga is pretty limited. So for a rave song on the Amiga to make it into the top fifteen it must be pretty good. It's not really that surprising though, after all Team 17 and the Amiga go together like bread and butter (or perhaps peanut butter and jelly if you’re American).
Updated 12-28-2011 at 06:16 AM by meu2
Rob Hubbard + C64 = Greatness. What more is there to say really?
Updated 12-18-2011 at 11:51 PM by meu2
Duh-dah duh-dah duh-dah duh duh duh duh dah. The Mule theme tune certainly falls into the simple but catchy beat category (though not as simple to write down in duhs and dahs it would seem).