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These are all tunes that have been reviewed by me (Mirsoft). If you want to see the best tunes according my rating, click here. Btw., I'll be really happy if you will add some reviews to music records, if you have different opinion than me, or if you see your favourite album is not reviewed yet. The reviews don't have to be long, it's enough if they will be as long as mine. Just click Add your review and follow the few steps there.

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Might and Magic 6: The Mandate of Heaven: Game rip (Win) [8/10] [1998]
Cool slow melodic adventurous tunes, with lot of melodies. Nice listening and interesting motives.

Might and Magic 8: Day of the Destroyer: Game rip (Win) [7/10] [01 Mar 2000]
Few very addictive melodies, filled with some more or less athmospheric stuff. Together it gives rather good soundtrack.

Might and Magic 9: Game rip (Win) [8/10] [29 Mar 2002]
This game has very nice melodic adventurous tunes, but unfortunately I had bad version of them - with random cracks (caused by bad ripping..).

Missionforce Cyberstorm: Game rip [6/10]
Only three slow space tunes, nothing revolutionary, but quite listenable.

Moon Project, The: Game rip (Win) [8/10] [12 Mar 2001]
Woow, this one looks very nice :) There are cool orchestral and action tracks, though I have unfortunately only few of the soundtrack - these tracks are from demoversion of the game.

Moto Racer 2: Game rip [9/10] [26 Sep 1998]
Rocking guitar rock/punk tracks. But comparing to plenty boring rock tracks these have great ideas and lot of melodies! Real masterpiece (btw. last track is short singing theme).

Moto Racer 3: Game rip (Win) [6/10] [06 Dec 2001]
These tunes contains mostly soft rock or slight techno, they are the typical racing tunes. Quite nice. Some tracks are missing don't know why.

Motor Toon Grand Prix 2: Game rip (PS1) [7/10] [1996]
This game music has very good beginning. Excellent melodic fresh racing tunes, but as the soundtrack comes to the end, music begins to lost the ideas, unfortunately.

Motorhead: Game rip [10/10] [1989]
Totally perfect fast racing techno tunes. One of golden masterwork in games music and one of best music in the genre.

Multi Racing Championship: Game rip (N64) [7/10] [05 Sep 1997]
Fast and quite nice racing techno tracks. Maybe only bad thing is that tracks are too much repeating themselves.

Mutation of J.B.: Game rip (Dos) [8/10] [1996]
Very nice adventurous tunes with many melodies and leading idea coming through whole CD. Though you can see computerized feel there a bit, the tunes are still very good and listenable.

Mystery of the Mummy, The: Game rip (Win) [5/10] [Sep 2002]
One of average soundtracks with egyptian motives. Maybe it's because of poor quality of tunes, but it hasn't impressed me very much.

Myth: Game rip (Amiga) [1992] Music Download Info
Game rip from the Amiga version

Namco Game Sound Express Volume 01 ~ The Legend of Valkyrie [8/10] [21 Sep 1989] VDR-14001
I was very positively surprised with this album - I expected some beepy sounds (look at the release date of this soundtrack!) and I got music in relatively good quality, and of course good old melodies have been left too. Result - very good soundtrack! :)

Namco Museum Vol. 1: Game rip [7/10] [1996]
Collection of few short tunes from Namco's games as Pac-Man, Galaga and Pole Position rearranged to CD versions. Nice melodies and common ideas. Cool though short listening, maybe Namco Game Sound Express CDs will offer more music like this quality.

Namco Museum Vol. 4: Game rip (PS1) [7/10] [17 Nov 1997]
Surprisingly strong tracks for Namco Musem. Near them you can find also some neat melodies and singing themes, so overall result is not bad.

Namco Museum Vol. 5: Game rip (PS1) [8/10] [28 Feb 1997]
Loooong soundtrack, because it stores full music of 5 games plus something more. Because these soundtracks have been in the past released also standalone in 'Namco Game sound music' series, they have surprisingly good quality for that time. Though you can of course see the computerized "binary" feel in some tunes, overally the music has LOT of new ideas, LOT of known melodies like PacMania, and you really won't bore yourself with that.

Namco Tennis Smash Court: Game rip (PS1) [8/10] [1996]
Slow peaceful tracks, cool for a tennis game. Btw., really nice soundtrack for the sport game. :)

Nanotek Warrior: Game rip [9/10] [10 Apr 1997]
Perfect techno tunes! The game is futuristic shooter, so expect fast dynamic experience. And the tunes are cool not only for the game, but also for pure listening..

Nations, The: Original soundtrack (Win) [9/10] [2001] CST 8084.2
Very good soundtrack piece with lot of ethnic and naturous motives. You sure won't be bored inside this soundtrack! :)

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