Young Vigilante - Soundtrack feedback

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  1. metateen

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    Well, it's time again for a feedback though from me this time!

    finally doing something besides ya know...[insert what you see me usually doing here]

    Been working on 3 games, this one I'm near completion and the soundtrack was finished a while ago, I'd appreciate some feedback if you guys want to give me some. :3

    I'll be posting the game
    demo in a few
    days !Wooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!




    Tracks:

    0:00 - Introduction
    6:01 - Cutscene/ Event
    7:51 - USA/Hired for murder
    9:56 - Mexico/ Genocide son
    11:35 - Tanzania/ Savior of suicide
    13:46 - Greenland/ Erotic Execution
    18:25 - China/ Graveyard Hours
    20:42 - French Guyana / dying alone
    25:32 - USA/ Hired for murder - Future Fallen remix
    29:39 - Philippines/ Final battle
    31:09 - introduction reprise ( ending version )
    37:07 - Survival instinct
    38:08 - Credits
     
  2. NO9

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    hm... I clicked on some timestamps and got impression it is a bit peculiar type of soundtrack. Can you say something about idea behind that?
     
  3. metateen

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    Yeah, I was aiming for a more sinister, mysterous type of soundtrack. With a few up beat rock tracks. Is what I was mainly going for...
     
  4. NO9

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    Sometimes it sounds to me like tape rewinding.
     
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