Discussion in 'Gamers' Pulse' started by NavS, Mar 16, 2010.
this got moved to gamer's pulse
I heard one of the songs in Lowe's Food a month or two ago, it was pretty epic.
i don't want to set the world on fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiire
I was thinking this seemed more like a main forum thread
I play the soundtrack while I'm at work almost nightly. I've been doing this for almost a year now and I've had a handful of people recognize the song playing. Only one person realized it was in Fallout 3. Interestingly enough, the one that recognized it from Fallout was a German exchange student.
I seriously hope that New Vegas has as great a soundtrack as Fallout 3 did. The music in FO3 was awesome in itself, but when you really listen and realize that certain sections, ideals, and characters in the game fit the lyrics perfectly, it just makes it even more
I hope they pick some good songs...since they're in nevada/california they said the music is gonna have more of a western style to it and I don't really like western style music
Note to self, title thread "I hear old timey music as if we were in the early 50s and we walked a barren wasteland because of a nuclear explosion."
My favorite FO3 songs:
Danny Kaye w/ The Andrews Sisters - Civilization
Roy Brown - Butcher Pete
Roy Brown - Mighty, Mighty Man
Bob Crosby - Way Back Home
Cole Porter - Anything Goes
The Ink Spots - I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire
one of the few games where i listened to the in game soundtrack rather than just play background music.
man fallout 3 had the most awesome overall game environment ever.
it really sets you in the time and puts you in the mood... kinda scary at times... I've jumped out of my seat, and 100% of the time I don't get scared by screamers.
the subways is what got me, be walking down, listening to the music, hear a slap slap of feet and a zombie comes out of the darkness
Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii just want to sta-aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaart... a flaaaaaaaaame in youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuurrrrrrrrrrrrrrr heaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaart...
ifl cause I fucking love the music for Fallout
I just think it's funny that a game has introduced the youngest generation to music my 75-year-old grandparents listen to.