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Posted byTerry Bogard
Posted on11/06/04 08:26 AM

> check the nsf out and write back here what you think of the songs.

Recalls the sound of some Konami game to me (but I haven't much experience on the NES).

Pros: a good NES soundtrack, the one you'd expect from a commercial game or some serious demo geek. Very polished too: you won't hear a single note out of place; the melodies are interesting in their simplicity. Solid drums (especially bassdrums, never heard them so hard on the NES), synthy arpeggiating leads. That's cool stuff eh! :)

Cons: some tracks are short and thus get boring if played for more than 1 minute (but maybe in the game you hear them for less). Some variations would improve the listening experience, anyway. Also, I would avoid looping twice intro patterns, expecially when they are slow. And last thing: use softer hihats, they almost sound like half-volume snares.

Song I liked best: 9/16. Song 15/16 is also good.

> The name of the game is NeoToxin, that's all you get for
> now :)

Having an idea about the kind of game where this stuff would play could add to the general impression. Come on, say something more.

> We've secretly replaced their air with EFX fart(tm). Let's see if they notice
> the difference.

I guess they will.


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*(Review requested) NSF for Homebew Nes Game  EFX11/06/04 00:24 AM
.*Some Screenshots (Review requested) NSF for Homebew Nes Game  EFX11/06/04 12:31 PM
.*Re: (Review requested) NSF for Homebew Nes Game  Gila Monster11/06/04 08:27 AM
..a quick one  Terry Bogard11/06/04 08:26 AM
..*Re: a quick one  Gila Monster11/06/04 08:32 AM