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Ha! I didn't know this existed until I found it on ebay

by Scooter Mon Dec 17, 2018 7:34 pm

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And I bought it of course.
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Re: Ha! I didn't know this existed until I found it on ebay

by marurun Tue Dec 18, 2018 2:11 pm

I haven't played it, but I've definitely heard of it. One of those unique titles the likes of which we hadn't seen before and really haven't since.
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Re: Ha! I didn't know this existed until I found it on ebay

by isiolia Tue Dec 18, 2018 4:28 pm

I think he means the OST. Some odd ones of those got a retail release. I think I still have the one for The Dig.

Unless it was a preorder freebie or something, which is also possible.
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Re: Ha! I didn't know this existed until I found it on ebay

by JoeAwesome Tue Dec 18, 2018 4:36 pm

marurun wrote:One of those unique titles the likes of which we hadn't seen before and really haven't since.


Yeah, not too many I can think of that have mashed up platforming, auto-scrolling platforming and rhythm genres in one game. It's a very odd mix, but it works for Mr. Bones. Very much recommended. The soundtrack does a great job of tying it together, too.
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Re: Ha! I didn't know this existed until I found it on ebay

by Scooter Wed Dec 19, 2018 9:47 pm

The soundtrack is okay, but leaves out some of the best background music in the game, such as the drumming bits at the end. Of course those weren't really Ronnie Montrose stuff anyway.

Now, the Ecco Songs of Time music CD is a work of art I can listen to over and over. The music in that game is outstanding from one end to the other, the soundtrack is as well. I've got a signed copy that was sent to me by Spencer Nilsen himself, very proud of that one. My Sonic Boom CD is also a favorite.
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