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Author: LeVar_Ravel
Posted: June 13, 2024 (09:42 PM)
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This game was such a letdown, especially compared to the SNES game which was actually true to the wonderful TV series!

And how ironic that the future great composer, Jesper Kyd, could not have been more out of step with the series' music style if he had tried.

==LeVar Ravel

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Author: dementedhut
Posted: June 14, 2024 (10:09 PM)
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I don't dislike Jesper Kyd's music in the game, but I do question its stark contrast to the animated show's music. Was Jesper unaware? Or did he just do his own thing regardless?

The game itself is unfortunate from a gameplay standpoint, so it's a shame the visual "tricks" used here were wasted on something like this.

I head spaceshit noises.

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