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December 12th, 2006, 22:53
Originally Posted by xSamhainx View Post
I have never understood the game soundtrack thing.
While my musical tastes tend to run more to the avant garde in jazz and classical, I like much game and movie music as well - good compositions are good compositions, after all.

But since the scope of music in games and movies is different than that of music composed as a self-sustaining entity, I think it is somewhat dependant on the context of the game or movie it is part of.

I use as an example 'Castlevania' - they had the 'special edition' of the new DS version with soundtrack for the same price as the regular version … so I got it. Found I really don't care about that soundtrack.

But for Gothic 2 / 3, Divine Divinity, Arcanum, KotOR, BG2, VtM:Bloodlines and bits of a few others - as well as soundtracks and songs from a few movies like Star Wars, Blade Runner, Good, Bad & Ugly, Willie Wonka, etc … they are happily living on my iPod

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