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Unreal Mission Pack 1: Return to Na Pali: Game rip

Game info

Name: Unreal Mission Pack 1: Return to Na Pali
Characteristics: Action, 1st-Person Perspective, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Shooter, Add-on
Publisher: GT Interactive
Developers: Digital Extremes, Epic Megagames
Original/port composers: Dan Grandpre, Andrew Sega, Paul Schultz, Michiel van den Bos (Win), Alexander Brandon (Win)
Platform: PC Windows (1999)

Music info

Released: 1999
Related Plaform: PC Windows
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composers of these tunes: Michiel van den Bos, Alexander Brandon
Music type: Game rip
Num of tunes: 13
Num of CDs: 1

User reviews

  • "Another Unreal Mission" (by Warcow, 1 Sep 2003) [9/10]
    The Mission Pack soundtrack isn't something that was put together in 5 min, that's shown in the quality of it. It also keeps the sound from the original game very well.

  • "More UnReality" (by Darth Nefelim, 6 Sep 2004) [7/10]
    A few addtional tracks. And so much joy'n'relax! Not the best mission pack, not the best soundtrack. But it's a worthy work.

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Record created/updated: 6. September 2004.
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