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Gauntlet: Dark Legacy: Game rip

Game info

Name: Gauntlet: Dark Legacy
Alternate name: Gauntlet Legends: Dark Legacy (Named as on sequel)
Characteristics: Action, 3rd-Person Perspective, Arcade, Medieval Fantasy, Real-Time, Coin-Op Conversion
Publisher: Midway Games
Developers: Midway Games, Atari Games
Original/port composers: Joe Lyford, John Paul, Michael Henry, Barry Leitch (PS2), Barry Leitch (Xbox), Barry Leitch (GCube), Barry Leitch (Arcade)
Platforms:
Arcade (1999)
PlayStation 2 (02 May 2001) - United States
PlayStation 2 (15 Jun 2001) - Europe
GameCube (08 Mar 2002) - United States
X-Box (24 Apr 2002) - United States
X-Box (28 Jun 2002) - Europe
GameCube (19 Jul 2002) - Europe
PlayStation 2 (25 Jul 2002) - Japan
Game Boy Advance (06 Dec 2002) - Europe

Music info

Released: 1999
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Joe Lyford
Info Source: joe
Music type: Game rip
Num of CDs: 1

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The music can be freely downloadable from http://www.lyfordaudio.com/gdl.html

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Record created/updated: 20. April 2005.
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