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In addition to the fine Doom 64 soundtrack, Hodges also provided a great soundtrack for Sierra's Quest for Glory IV: Shadows of Darkness, one of the best of the classic adventures.

You can listen to oggs here: http://queststudios.com/Joomla/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=192:quest-for-glory-4-digital-disc-1&catid=61:quest-for-glory-4&Itemid=94 and http://queststudios.com/Joomla/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=195:quest-for-glory-4-digital-disc-2&catid=61:quest-for-glory-4&Itemid=94

and get MIDIs here: http://www.questformoreglory.com/music/page7.html and http://www.questformoreglory.com/music/page8.html

The music is very good, and sometimes similar to the Doom 64 theme (though not to any other D64 music). Some of it would work well in a Doom map.

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Wow, some excellent and emotional compositions here. It's stuff like this that makes me miss the 90's even more, aside from early 90's death metal ofcourse. :)

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Mithran Denizen said:

Cool. QFG4 is my favorite in the series after the first game, but I never noticed that Hodges had anything to do with the music.


I definitely think that 1 (VGA remake) and 4 are the best of the series. I love those low-res painted European forests. I think that, alongside the first Gabriel Knight, QFG4 is probably the apex of the adventure genre.

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I never got around to playing any of the Gabriel Knight games, myself, though I vaguely remember owning a compilation pack with the first two. If I can't find it, then I imagine they're probably all available on GOG or something.

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Oooh I remember that game!I used to love games such as this one when I was a kid(even though I sucked at them).QFG 4 and the Legend of Kyrandia were my favorite ones.Best stop talking about this or I will drown in nostalgia again :(

The atmosphere was perfect in qfg 4 and the music was awesome!

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