Ahhhh.... lost Eden. Visually and gameplay restricted by the hardware of the time. The music is as fresh today as it was then. A game that could do with a new version. Rendered cutscenes and animations were superb as tracking flybys, but letdown by clunky and floaty animations on larger dinos. Impressive though none the less.
The Lost Eden game was a simple rpg and wasnt too hard to complete, although the graphics, for the time, were first class. The music for it was brilliant, we're missing the music from the end sequence with morcus rex. That might not have been by Stephen Picq though. An update to the game would be most welcome as I think my son would enjoy it, with its simplistic interface!
Its a pity not that many people have heard of Picq, even though his music was attributed to so many classic games.
The game itself helps with the understanding of the music.
My name is Eloy, and I'm Old, In my time........
Lost Eden is one of my favorites up to this day.
The music was so unique and such a big part of the whole experience that it's really the first thing I think of when I think of the game.
The soundtrack is really a work of art. I'll never get tired of listening to it.
I first heard and played this game on an old Pentium 75Mhz back in 1996. It was barely capable of playing back this game.
It brought me many good memories of my youth!
Listening to the CD, it almost seems like the version I hear now is not as perfect as I heard it nearly 15 years ago.
You can hear it has been made with a synth, but has very few imperfections! Very well made music!
I decided to purchase this game again, for archiving purposes,since I used to have it, but it got lost over time!
A pitty most modern games come with the large encrypted Eden.dat file, which hosts the audio and visual files!
I wished they had several separate files, like older DOS games had, so you could play with the music files!
Great, great music, not fully appreciated by this generation growing up with popular music!
Hey guys, you notice there's an error on track 4?
Track 4 (theme) between 2:41 and 2:42, the keyboard imitating between a voice and a violin plays a totally out of tune flat there; a nice mood breaker in the music!