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Nox: Game rip

Game info

Name: Nox
Characteristics: Action, Role-Playing (RPG), Isometric, Medieval / Fantasy, like Diablo
Publishers: Electronic Arts, Westwood
Developers: Westwood Studios, Westwood
Original/port composers: Frank Klepacki (Win), Mical Pedriana (Win), David Fries (Win)
Platform: PC Windows (16 Feb 2000) - Europe

Music info

Released: 16 Feb 2000
Related Plaform: PC Windows
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composers of these tunes: Frank Klepacki, Mical Pedriana, David Fries
Music type: Game rip
My rating: 7/10
Num of tunes: 29
Num of CDs: 1
Play time: 1:58:34

My info

Tunes are a too ambient and boring for pure listening, though you can find few "more fresh" tracks fortunately (the "Town" and "Wander" tunes are saving the situation :) ). But generally, you can see classic 2000s feel in the tunes, where the authors threw away the ideas and nice melodies and got onto athmospheric addition to the environment. Unfortunately. [7/10]

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Record created/updated: 9. September 2002.
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