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SaxxonPike information

Nick: SaxxonPike
Homepage: www.soundclick.com/saxxonpike

SaxxonPike says:

Musician/Programmer. Nothing much, at this young age anyway.

SaxxonPike's reviews:

    One Must Fall 2097: Game rip
    "Regarding PRELUDE and INTRO tunes..." (by SaxxonPike, 24 Sep 2008) [10/10]
    There are two games: One Must Fall, and One Must Fall 2097. Prelude and Intro belong to the first. There are only 7 songs in OMF2097 which are the S3M format ones in this archive.

    Rated 10 because of the amazing quality for the small size.

    I'd also like to add that the original format is MTM and has been included in AMP:

    The songs of the original format sound way better. The ones in the Mirsoft archive suffer slightly from inaccuracies of the conversion process. Thank you C.C.Catch!

    Nitemare 3D: Game rip
    "Nostalgia!" (by SaxxonPike, 14 May 2008) [10/10]
    Track 10 repeated in my head tonight after having not played this game in over 10 years... so I thought I'd look here and sure enough! I found it. Very well written MIDI music.

    Pinball Fantasies: Game rip
    "One of my all-time favorites" (by SaxxonPike, 9 Dec 2006) [10/10]
    Technically sound, too. I see in most parts where the game is expected to have sound effects, the music is limited to 3 channels. The 4th was probably used for sound effects.

    I had the PC version of this and the music files were missing some of the parts this rip has. However the sample text remained intact.

    Unreal Tournament: Game rip
    "Oh yeah." (by SaxxonPike, 11 Jan 2006) [10/10]
    I loved the game Unreal Tournament since the day it came out. In fact I wrote up one of the first external UMX-to-module converters, but it never got released. THAT is how much I liked the music. To this day, I believe it to be the best set of tracks ever written, save for Deus Ex.