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Comments about the soundtrack for Spy Game (Harry Gregson-Williams)
What about METAL GEAR SOLID 2? Why don't they have any review? *NM*

Levente Benedek
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Will Linford
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What about METAL GEAR SOLID 2? Why don't they have any review? *NM*   Friday, December 20, 2002 (1:21 p.m.) 



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Will Linford
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Derek Hammeke
Because nobody cares!   Saturday, February 1, 2003 (2:10 p.m.) 

It is not worth the the trouble of reviewing, I would guess.



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Treize Armistedian
Re: Because nobody cares!   Tuesday, February 18, 2003 (6:45 a.m.) 

> It is not worth the the trouble of reviewing, I would guess.

Why? It is a really good score, I think it is the best from a computer game. Especially when a Hollywood composer do it.


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CS^TBL
Re: Because nobody cares!   Wednesday, July 16, 2003 (9:02 a.m.) 

> Why? It is a really good score, I think it is the best from a computer
> game. Especially when a Hollywood composer do it.

It's not on here because it is a video game soundtrack and not a film soundtrack. Simple as that.

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Re: Because nobody cares!   Wednesday, September 1, 2004 (2:43 p.m.) 

> It's not on here because it is a video game soundtrack and not a film
> soundtrack. Simple as that.

...but the target-public is the same .. what if John Williams did a videogame with Hook-style/Potter-style/CE3k-style/ET-style (e.g. 'good') music .. wouldn't that game appeal to all (film-)soundtrack listeners as well as 'real' filmmusic?

And besides, not all filmtracks reviews are actual movies .. sometimes a TV production slips through, as well as concerts or collections of non-movie music.. think 'Call of the Champions' by Williams..

btw, about MGS2 ... not bad .. but I heard complaints from oldskool gamers that *because* it was so movie-esque, that it ruined the actual game But then again, those oldskool ppl -including me- are Metal Gear veterans from the computer system where the serie began.. the roots of Metal Gear: the MSX2 !

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Because nobody cares... about you   Tuesday, March 25, 2003 (8:47 a.m.) 

"It is not worth the the trouble of reviewing, I would guess"

Wrong. The music in the game is great. The music on Harry's cd is great. It is worthy of a review by far. I understand though that it is not a film score and this is "Filmtracks", so that is understandible, but "nobody cares", jeez man, come on.

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please review the soundtrack of metal gear solid 2   Friday, September 5, 2003 (6:46 a.m.) 

i know your website is called filmtracks but also noticed that you guys reviewed the soundtrack of a videogame, namely medal of honor. so what i'm saying is why don't you review the score of harry gregson-wliiams for metal gear 2 sons of liberty? sure its a japanese game but the music is written by a media ventures veteran! and the score is also that of a movie like score, meaning it would sound good if it turns into a movie. so why don't you guys review it for the sake of gregson-williams' fans?

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Re: please review the soundtrack of metal gear solid 2   Sunday, March 21, 2004 (2:40 p.m.) 

Because it's a Japanese-order game and it's 2 CDs long and it's mostly just electronic ambience, even if it is REALLY good. Personally, I'd buy it, but I bought a burned verson from a friend

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