Unreal Tournament: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Name: Unreal Tournament
Alternate name: UT (Short Informal title)
Characteristics: Action, 1st-Person Perspective, Shooter
Publishers: Infogrames, Digital Extremes, GT Interactive, WizardWorks, Loki, MacSoft
Developers: Digital Extremes, Secret Level, Epic Megagames, Epic
Original/port composers: Michiel van den Bos, Dan Grandpre, Andrew Sega, Alexander Brandon, Peter Hajba, Tero Kostermaa, Mike Wilberforce, Ixupi, Rickard Sviestins, Ken Post, Anthony Blackwood, Loki Software (Linux)
PC Dos (1999)
PC Windows (22 Nov 1999) - Europe
Linux (2000) - Europe
PlayStation 2 (26 Oct 2000) - United States
DreamCast (14 Mar 2001) - United States
Macintosh (21 Mar 2001) - Europe
PlayStation 2 (20 Apr 2001) - Europe
DreamCast (29 Jun 2001) - Europe
PlayStation (Unfinished) - United States
L600 (Unfinished) - United States
Related Plaform: PC Windows
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composers of these tunes: Per Kristian Risvik, Sam Wolff
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft, Rogue
Music type: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 4
Size of archive: 23691 bytes
- "Good enough..." (by Ryana, 19 May 2004) [7/10]
Two tracks aren't that good for business you know. Oh well, at least its a review. The music to Unreal Tournament isn't exactly classy, but who am I to judge it. Second track is fairly good though. 7/10.
- "(Un)real" (by Wyted, 23 May 2004) [6/10]
Not the greatest gaming music by a long shot. This music however captures the atmosphere on Unreal Tournament well, it is good to have in the collection for UT gaming fans.
This could do with having a few more tracks in it.
- "Pretty good" (by Rogue, 27 Dec 2005) [7/10]
Some nice sequences for music that's techno-like and with complicated rhythms. Although, I think the sequencer didn't notice that the music changes now and then.
Added two more.
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