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Crusader: No Regret: Game rip

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Game info

Name: Crusader: No Regret
Alternate name: Crusader 2; Crusader No Regret
Characteristics: Action, Isometric, Arcade, Real-Time, Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Publishers: Electronic Arts, Origin, EA
Developer: Origin
Original/port composers: Dan Grandpre (Dos), Todd Parsons (Dos), Andrew Sega (Dos)
PC Dos (1996) - Europe
PC Dos (11 Sep 1996)

Music info

Released: 11 Sep 1996
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: Dan Grandpre, Todd Parsons, Andrew Sega
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 21
Size of archive: 4.29 MBytes

User reviews

  • "perfect work" (by wizard, 17 Nov 2002) [10/10]
    this soundtrack is very well ripped

  • "I like it !" (by G2M.agent, 9 Apr 2004) [8/10]
    i find these musics very long time ago, i try rip them from GAME DATA, but the game only run on DOS, i haven't DOS.

  • "Got game? play the original version." (by sds, 4 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    Great collection, but the original version is better than .mod .

    If You want to hear the .amf files that come with the game, use VLC ( http://www.videolan.org ). At least is the only media player able to play this kind of files on mac.

  • "great game, great music" (by shade, 24 Jul 2004) [10/10]
    loved the crusader series, but the music is just so great and varied, brings back alot of memories.

  • "I was waiting it for years..." (by titmouse, 30 Jul 2004) [10/10]
    I searched full version of Crusader 2 because of great music in the first part. Now I have game with ripped music and soundtracks with ripped game :) Does anyone knows any soundtracks of the same authors?

  • "how good..." (by Tom, 17 Sep 2004) [8/10]
    I recommend "Stint", "Space" and "Phil" - very good songs, listened by me maaaany times :) of course if You like trance..

    by the way - what kind of music is it? :)

    greetings 4 all

  • "...and no regret" (by Darth Nefelim, 20 Sep 2004) [5/10]
    Ah, well. Next try to enter the same water twice. Awesomly professional perfomance, up-to-date improved quality. Want more? Break off, guys. Nothing more intersting. If you love - you love.

  • "No Regret whatsoever!" (by Dr. Spa, 2 Oct 2004) [10/10]
    If you dig amiga-style tunes, this is thing for you! I downloaded it after seeing how positive the reviews were for this. Anyway, if you're not much of an amiga fan this is still pretty much worth getting. The "XMAS.MOD" is one of the best amiga songs I've ever heard! It starts like a christmas song with lots of bells - but after about 20 seconds you get a really nice distortion guitar and a snare and well it gets really intense (unlike most amiga tunes). Anyway, In conclusion - best amiga songs ever!

  • "Great job out there" (by 12, 22 Oct 2004) [10/10]
    i want to thank the man who posted those songs here. I have been searching for this for over 5 years and finally i have found it. these songs are great, sadly olmost nobody knows this music.

    many thanks!

  • "this rocks!" (by Sentinel, 4 Jan 2005) [9/10]
    One of the best PC soundtracks out there... also very well ripped.

  • "One of the best in game music" (by arc, 7 Jan 2005) [10/10]
    Listening to this music bring back a lot of good memories. I always remember this game by its music which i think is one of the best

  • "Amazing. Hands down." (by SiBiLaNt, 14 Feb 2005) [10/10]
    I think the archive is missing some songs that were present in the original game. Not sure though...


    As far as the music itself - hands down amazing. I have yet to hear a soundtrack / sound effects that sounds as good and gets the adrenaline going as fast as in Crusader: No regret.

    From the main menu music (regret.mod) and the nice female voice saying "main menu" and "mama's boy" to the adrenaline rush in level one with that fade-in from white, the sirens and "ninth.mod", to the atmospheric pieces including "phil.mod" (another one of my favourites), this is one of the most exquisite sound I have heard in a game yet!

    Get it ;-D

  • "THANK YOU" (by Valek667, 27 Feb 2005) [10/10]
    I still have the original No Regret install but I have wanted the opening soundtrack since i bought the game. well I waited nearly 10 years but its worth it Thanks Again

  • "Many Thanks" (by Jimby, 28 Apr 2005) [10/10]
    Almost brought a tear to my eye hearing this. One of my favourite dos games of all time.

  • "Crusader:no regret rules!" (by Designer, 24 Jun 2005) [10/10]
    Guys this is the best music of all time.The game to. Made me cry when i heard first melodies of game, it brings out aloot of wonderfull nostalgic memories of my growing, my first love, my happiest moments in my life.Andrew, you are the best, Origin please rise from ashes AGAIN!

  • "Crusader no regret musics" (by aaah, 23 Aug 2005) [10/10]
    I just love it! Worthy of download!

  • "crusader no regret" (by DvD, 20 Apr 2006) [8/10]
    nice tunes. not good like the original but quite nice.

  • "Best tunes of the old times" (by neojam, 27 Jun 2006) [10/10]
    Damn i REALLY love menu music!
    I got goosbumps while hearing it after such long time! Awesome tunes!

  • "awesome Music!" (by towarisch, 1 Dec 2006) [10/10]
    it\'s really awesome, thanks for ripping, i loved this game, it\'s really good to hear the music again :) WOW!

  • "Wonderful!" (by Tayera, 25 Apr 2007) [10/10]
    This brings back memories - I may only be 14, but hey, I have my fair share. I remember waking up in the morning at the age of 4 to the sound of the No Regret starting music - I'd jump out of bed and run to his office and on to his lap, waiting for him to start the game. This is great, thanks! Very neatly done, too, if I may add. :)

  • "NICE ^^" (by Dragyn, 26 Jul 2007) [10/10]
    Awww 10 years of memories.

  • "Awsome stuff!" (by shenmueaddict, 13 Aug 2007) [10/10]
    wow this is just as great as the no remorse soundtrack if not better, i love "Regret" (which is a remix of the No remorse menu music)

  • "DOS Bot" (by Silencer, 14 Oct 2007) [9/10]
    Now they just have to make a DOS Bot version that runs the game decently. I'm thinking of building an old Pentium 100 system just to be able to play this gem again.

  • "how to make run on XP" (by sab, 8 Nov 2007) [10/10]
    Great music.

    to make the original game to run on XP download and install dosbox 0.65. insert the crusader no regret cd
    run dosbox type thsi following in(after each line press enter)
    mount d d:\
    the game will now install follow the instructions and install to c:\regret, and choose soundblaster for music
    run dosbox again and type in:
    mount d d:\
    mount c c:\regret

    the game will now run but half the time it will not load correctly, just keep restarted it until it does, remove and insert the cd again if this does not work.

  • "Excellent game, excellent music" (by mad00002, 24 Nov 2008) [10/10]
    The nostalgia these tracks bring to me is beyond words. Thank you for uploading! Thank you for hosting!

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