Free Extended Cut Soundtrack

#1 Posted by JeanLuc (3586 posts) -

Have any interest in the Extended Cut Soundtrack? Download it for free here. All you need is a BioWare Social account which you probably have anyways if you played ME3.

#2 Posted by SmasheControllers (2550 posts) -

Nice, thanks for the heads up.

#3 Posted by Veektarius (4865 posts) -

I'm still working my way through the ME series (I'm only about halfway through 2)... how much a soundtrack does the EC entail?

#4 Posted by kermoosh (911 posts) -

i never understood the point of movie/game soundtracks. it's not the same without the awesome action or dramatic scene going along with it

#5 Posted by RE_Player1 (7560 posts) -

I don't want any part of this extended cut bullshit. This was the plan all along and even thinking about it makes me lose respect for Bioware.

#6 Edited by AngelN7 (2970 posts) -

@kermoosh said:

i never understood the point of movie/game soundtracks. it's not the same without the awesome action or dramatic scene going along with it

I don't know some tracks are really memorable without having the custscene/gameplay, kinda getting you in the mood of that cool moment in the game. This is one my favorites it plays a lot of times during combat scenarios in ME2 and ME3 .

#7 Edited by MikeRD (33 posts) -
@Veektarius said:

I'm still working my way through the ME series (I'm only about halfway through 2)... how much a soundtrack does the EC entail?

7 tracks and roughly 17 minutes worth of stuff that's specific to the free Extended Cut DLC they released for ME3. One of the tracks is a a redone, longer version of an ME3 track. Another I believe was part of the original ME3 game, but wasn't part of the downloadable soundtrack that came with the collector's edition, and the other 5 I think are entirely specific to the EC, but I'm not at all sure of that.


#8 Posted by Brodehouse (9965 posts) -
@kermoosh

i never understood the point of movie/game soundtracks. it's not the same without the awesome action or dramatic scene going along with it

Dude, good music is good music. The Illusive Man or Jack are great tracks irrespective of their origins. Noveria especially is awesome.
#9 Posted by kermoosh (911 posts) -

@AngelN7 said:

@kermoosh said:

i never understood the point of movie/game soundtracks. it's not the same without the awesome action or dramatic scene going along with it

I don't know some tracks are really memorable without having the custscene/gameplay, kinda getting you in the mood of that cool moment in the game. This is one my favorites it plays a lot of times during combat scenarios in ME2 and ME3 .

well i have an exception as well. the music from the me2 launch trailer. however that was already an established song

and with the video you posted, i like it when it plays in-game but can't listen to it on my ipod or something, just doesn't get to me i guess

#10 Posted by jaycrockett (459 posts) -

Game soundtracks are great for background music because they are designed not to be too intrusive. I tend to use game soundtracks as background music when I'm tabletop gaming.

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