Sunday, November 22, 2009

Alright, fine, I hate you Michael. :)

So, if you've read through the comments of my last post, you might see where this is going - I was proven wrong, hmph. Not in the point that NWN2's expansions have a great soundtrack, no, but on my comment that there's no point in using custom music. So thanks to mister Sinclair, I just increased the amount of stuff you players will have to download. If you have any complaints about the file size, blame him (given that I get the autodownloader to work with music, never tried that).
Anyway, I have to wholeheartedly agree that this is some nice music that will add a lot to the atmosphere of.. well, some areas I haven't made yet, but they'll come. :)
Here's the youtube thing from the comments again:

Oh, and for your info, should you ever consider using these files for your mod: There's some typos in the 2das (or files, whatever you prefer) that prevent 2 or 3 of the tracks from playing. The mines and the dungeons are affected, just add the plural s to the bmu's file names and they'll work.


Michael A. Sinclair said...


If it's any consolation, custom music is one of those optional downloads. At least, it was in NWN1. I'd expect NWN2 to be the same way, but we're talking about Obsidian here...

Casa said...

And what if I want to force it on the players, huh? Huh?
Nothing in Middleforest will be optional, were talking about a 100% dictatorship here! :)

Anonymous said...

I love custom music! Gotta say, it adds quite a bit.

Casa said...

After one night of listening to the complete soundtrack, I must agree with Michael, this is probably the best game music I've ever heard. The whole soundtrack is available in high quality mp3 format here: (don't ask me why they chose an xe installer) and in lossless wav format here: