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Riff Racer - Race Your Music! Download ((BETTER)) PC Game

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Riff Racer - Race Your Music! Download PC Game

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Create arcade stunt racetracks from audio in your music library, or from a selection of 25 bundled songs. Race the music to stay in sync. Score big by pulling off jumps, drifts and rolls. Challenge other racers to your favourite tracks. Have you got what it takes to win at your favourite song?

Riff Racer is a high-octane music based racing game where we create racetracks from the songs in your music library.Not a rhythm game, but a fresh twist on music-powered game creation. Action on track is synced to the audio, you literally have to race the music to stay in time and score points.You've seen other music powered games, Riff Racer takes the concept to the next level with our innovative MEGA engine. It takes any audio file, analyses it down to its core components and creates a unique racing experience from the structure of the song.Verses, choruses and drops become checkpoints, and the environment and cars are styled to the genre of music you're playing.Experiment with your music collection and find out which songs make the best racetracks!

Imagine being a rockstar, on stage, preforming for your fans. Now imagine using video game inspired music to do it. We sit down with the dynamic trio from Paula Powered the British-French-Digital group featuring, Sally Ann on vocals, Sylvain de St Pierre on guitar and their Amiga 1200. We discuss how they got together and what it is like preforming for gamers and non-gamers alike.

Here we review games with the specific feature of being able to play your own music. Music-based/ Rhythm games that can't import your tunes won't be included!If you enjoy this genre, join our Steam group too!

Following the release of Sega Superstars Tennis, Sumo Digital decided to do a racing title, based on their experience with recent Out Run titles. Sumo Digital executive producer, Steve Lycett, said that in an early prototype of the game, Sonic raced on foot, Dr. Eggman rode an Eggpod with legs, Tails flew in a biplane, Amy Rose drove a car, and Gilius Thunderhead, from Golden Axe, rode one of the Chickenleg creatures from the game. This version, however, was reportedly not fun to play, largely due to the varying sizes between the different characters, but also because the drift mechanic wouldn't work with racers who were on foot. According to Lycett:

Initially, Sumo Digital had no plans to implement the All-Star Moves into the game; this eventually changed when Sonic Team asked about whether or not they would be implemented, as Sonic Team loved the Superstar States in Sega Superstars Tennis. Sumo Digital struggled to decide how they would be implemented in a racing game; they eventually decided to let racers in lower positions have access to the All-Star Moves to help them get ahead. The process required a lot of approval from various rights holders, and resulted in a ton of bugs during development. As a result, Sumo Digital were unable to implement them for online play due to time constraints.[15]

GamesMaster gave the game 83% for the console versions and 70% for the Nintendo DS version, calling it "the best kart racer on 360/PS3, but not quite the Mario Kart-beater we hoped for." Nintendo Power gave the Wii version 8/10 and the DS version 6/10. Official Nintendo Magazine gave both the Nintendo DS and Wii version 75%.

JVN gave Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing a 16/20 score, and IGN gave all versions an 8.0 out of 10 giving the game as an "impressive" and said that the game is the best kart-racer on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Kotaku called it a competent racer which evokes fond memories, although laments that the tracks and music selection don't delve as deep into Sega lore as the character roster. GameTrailers gave the game 8.0/10 as well, praising its track design and addictive gameplay. GameSpot also gave the game a 8.0 out of 10, praising its responsive controls and excellent track design, saying that "Smooth controls and a bunch of awesome tracks make this an exciting kart racer." They also called the decision of putting Amy and Big in the game "scraping the bottom of the barrel when looking for characters to be in the game".

The game initially started development shortly following a successful relationship between Argonaut and Nintendo, with the former creating a processing chip for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System called the Super FX that was used in games such as Star Fox to display 3D polygonal environments. It was first pitched to Nintendo as a prototype for a 3D platform game in which the player controlled Yoshi from Nintendo's Super Mario series, but was ultimately rejected by Nintendo, ending the relationship and prompting Argonaut to retool the game as an original property. The game's characters and mechanics were designed by Simon Keating in his first-ever video game project. Justin Scharvona, Karin Griffin, and Martin Gwynn Jones composed the game's music, while Jonathan Aris provided the voice of Croc.

The music for Croc was composed by Justin Scharvona, Karin Griffin and Martin Gwynn Jones.[12][13] Scharvona had been composing music for several of Argonaut's games since 1988, and had worked in-house at the studio since 1994.[8] The soundtrack was developed at the same time as the rest of the game, rather than being composed for an otherwise complete game.[9] Scharvona tried to compose the game's songs so that people listening to the music would be able to "whistle along" with them. The game's title theme was inspired by a song included on a CD of Mexican music that Scharvona had listened to which featured a rhythmic piano riff and a solo trumpet as the lead. The ambient music playing during the cave levels took inspiration from several other popular pieces of music; the songs' rhythmic finger snaps and harpsichord were based on that of the title theme of The Addams Family, while the lead theremin was based on the horror-centric music from The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror Halloween specials and the Hammond organ was derived from a cover of "Foxy Lady" that Scharvona had been composing for the video game Wayne's World at the time.[8] According to Jez San, the composers created so many tunes for Croc that the audio had to be compressed 4:1 in order to fit it all on one disc.[9]

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