Xenon 2: The Megablast: Game rip
Name: Xenon 2: The Megablast
Characteristics: Very famous 2D vertical shooter
Developer: Bitmap Brothers
Original/port composer: David Whittaker
CDTV - United States
PC Dos (03 Jan 1990)
Related Plaform: Amiga
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: Frederic Motte, Mercy of Exellence, Bejrut, Pyratronik
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 4
Size of archive: 770 KBytes
- "None can outrun or equal the power of the original" (by rambutaan, 10 Nov 2002) [2/10]
Great game and it had a great soundtrack based on the 80s hit Megablast by Bomb the Bass. These remixes unfortunately are rather low quality. bomb_the_bass.mod manages to stay on the beat although the bitrate is low. miniblast.mod deviates considerably from the original melody and is unfortunately quite simplistic. Xenon 2 - Megablast.mod 's tempo is too slow and the final mod, xenon2.xm is okay except in the last 10 seconds or so. I recommend the original track if you really want to remind yourself of Xenon 2 rather than these remixes.
- "Xenon 2" (by ISD, 31 Mar 2004) [8/10]
Who knows how long I've been searching for this track and now I found it!
It's really great, although it seems a little slow...
- "20 years ago ???" (by dblanco, 20 May 2005) [9/10]
Simply incredible, David Whittaker for their quality and quantity has demonstrated to be the best composer for video games of the 80. Xenon2 song, it could have been a hit of the radio.
As curiosity, has somebody seen "Assault On Precinct 13" ? Well, we have to thank the original melody to John Carpenter.
9 points for Xenon 2 and David Whittaker
- "Shoot everything what moves" (by Tepe, 29 Nov 2006) [7/10]
Mega shooting game many years ago. Music is little poor. Maybe some musicians can make remixes of this tunes. I think more channels, better sounds and little changes to melody we have great tune
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