Quake 2 - Nintendo 64: Official Soundtrack

by Aubrey Hodges

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Kriztoffer Swank
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Kriztoffer Swank This score gives the game a very unnerving atmosphere opposite the hard rockin' score for the PC version. Hodges furthers his style of sonic experimentation and manipulation. Unsettling vibes and surprisingly high quality audio coming from the N64. A great listen on its own.

The music was credited in-game to Ken "Razor" Richmond, an alias of Aubrey Hodges. Favorite track: Portal To Chaos (Level - Orbital Defense).
todd calcaterra
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todd calcaterra It's lonely ambience is as cold and chilling as the very enemies you meet in the game. Favorite track: The Eerie Lull (Level - Central Complex).
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This was the last Nintendo 64 game that I composed. I did a few ports later on but this was the last original. I must admit I never looked back. The N64 was a beast to work with. I did remixes of 2 tracks because there is a nasty bug in the midi music playback system that caused both tracks timing to drift in the game. The bug drove me crazy because it wasn't able to be fixed by the release date. I cringe every time I hear them play in game.

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released February 18, 2013

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Aubrey Hodges Boulder, Colorado

Mr. Hodges’s music and sound design is heard in video games all over the world with a combined total of over 240 games totaling over 128 million units shipped since he began his career.

Considered a pioneer in the games industry with a reputation for taking artistic and technical risks for nearly three decades. Hodges was the first to use music and sounds in an online game (The Sierra Network).
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