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    Thumbs up Doesn't this sound AMAZING?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoOPRMSeqZo

    If planar invasions sound even HALF as good as this, I'll play the music up on full 24/7

    What do you think?

    (I'm talking more 2:30 onward, the combat - and of course I expect Rift to be different, but not SO different based on what I did hear in the gameplay videos during combat)

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    Oh and it's from this. Finally proper DLC:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=io-ok3jVGtY

    Oh Bioware.. I'm interested in The Old Republic, but Rift is where the heart is.

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    thumbs up for bioware, best out there atm, love everything about Mass Effect series and Dragon Age, played them at least 3 times each, completed almost everything in them BUT with all this in mind, i am not even gonna try SWTOR, its not something that interests me
    http://forums.riftgame.com/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=1282&dateline=1279040  725

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    Quote Originally Posted by g0kuenuan View Post
    thumbs up for bioware, best out there atm, love everything about Mass Effect series and Dragon Age, played them at least 3 times each, completed almost everything in them BUT with all this in mind, i am not even gonna try SWTOR, its not something that interests me
    Basically:

    Old Republic: I may try, but more if Rift turns out to be fail to me, and especially if there is a free trial. It's basically second on the list.

    Secret World: If my computer can handle it, sure. This is a 'I'm very interested but nowhere near with a decision' game.

    GW2: Might as a secondary game, especially if it actually lives up to the hype (ha).

    TERA: No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by g0kuenuan View Post
    thumbs up for bioware, best out there atm, love everything about Mass Effect series and Dragon Age, played them at least 3 times each, completed almost everything in them BUT with all this in mind, i am not even gonna try SWTOR, its not something that interests me
    Oh yeah, and have you played the Shadow Broker DLC?

    I really like it not even for what it is, but what it PROMISES. It finally seems to show that Bioware knows what its doing with this franchise, and where to go with story, interaction, combat, etc. ME2 had problems in regards to a lot of things, despite its overall greatness, but they've even said they intend to bring back character customization (inventory, armor) and real weight to decisions (since they don't have to worry about where they lead to this time). I see ME2 and its DLC especially as them working trial and error because there..isn't room for error in Mass Effect 3!

    Shadow Broker was dealt with well, and it gives many many hints and foreshadowing on what will come in the next game. Looking for Kaiden/Ashley/Alliance/Council DLC next please

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    The music for Mass Effect 2/DA is not made by Bioware. Sadly I ain't sure if Trion has the funds like Bioware does. The music was done by Two Steps from **** which without a doubt has to be one of my favourite game/movie music companies. They really know their "epic" music...

    They are about to release their second album ever available to the public

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLDySOopM1A this is one of the tracks from their new album...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wobbley View Post
    The music for Mass Effect 2/DA is not made by Bioware. Sadly I ain't sure if Trion has the funds like Bioware does. The music was done by Two Steps from **** which without a doubt has to be one of my favourite game/movie music companies. They really know their "epic" music...

    They are about to release their second album ever available to the public

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLDySOopM1A this is one of the tracks from their new album...
    No, Two Steps From H.e.l.l. ONLY did the music for the launch trailer of ME2, but the composer is Jack Wall and co.

    The ones who make the music for this DLC featured on this thread and the rest of it is not Jack Wall, but its definitely not TSFH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maeloda View Post
    No, Two Steps From H.e.l.l. ONLY did the music for the launch trailer of ME2, but the composer is Jack Wall and co.

    The ones who make the music for this DLC featured on this thread and the rest of it is not Jack Wall, but its definitely not TSFH.
    Oh I was under the impression it was TSFH since I heard some of the tracks that were their style in the game, and Wiki seems to mention it. My bad then
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wobbley View Post
    Oh I was under the impression it was TSFH since I heard some of the tracks that were their style in the game, and Wiki seems to mention it. My bad then
    "composed by Jack Wall, Sam Hulick, David Kates & Jimmy Hinson"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbArKxRmlms

    However, the Shadow Broker music is different, along with these two!:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PsAWVo98dOk

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_saPrLX0_Q

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