Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst Original Soundtrack ?
MCF RTR Soundtrack
I LOVE Return To Ravenhearst. I love MCF games. when I bought this game I had a few technical problems. But once I got thise fixed I downloaded the soundtrack, burnt the songs on a disk, and now I love listening to the soundtrack. It reminds you of the game and Charles' sick, twisted mind. It can also remind you of Emma, Rose, Gwen, and Charlotte on how they had to live with torture for over 200 years. But I do recommend this soundtrack to anybody who loved RTR.
October 14, 2013
the music to this game is fantastic which is why i bought it the only thing i dont like are the bonus tracks not neccesary.
great music, great sound track
August 3, 2014
I love the Mystery Case Files theme. Ive heard them all, all versions. Huntsville/Prime Suspects, Ravenhearst, Madame Fate, Return to Ravenhearst, Dire Grove ( Tricky one, put it in the end credits ), 13th Skull, Malgrave Incident, & Escape from Ravenhearst ( VERY tricky, but it at the end with Charles playing it )
This one really got me going. It's a little dramatic, but it's good. It fits the story of Return to Ravenhearst.
It's truely classical! ( My favorite ) I can even play alot of "Huntsville" on piano by ear, i'm really a true MCF Music fan.
I like how the "To the Underground Lake" is just an alternate version of "Back to Blackpool". I dont quite get "Charles Theme". It's really not a theme, just a tiny cue! I like the videos of the Behind the Scenes, also. I love orchestras. I dont quite get "A Legend is Destroyed". It's just a tiny piece, & then pause, then tiny piece. Sorry, but I think they just made Charles Theme and Legend is Destroyed at promos, since they have cool titles. I recommend this soundtrack to any fan of the MCF music, or even just a fan of RTR.
December 1, 2011
Return to Ravenhearst
Is fantactic to play this game keep all your skill in focus,and the soundtrack is very spokie.Sorry for my ingles is not good enough.Enjoy the game...
April 2, 2012
Need New Writers
With all the wonderful, technical difficulties and mind boggling challenges, couldn't the writers think of an even slightly better storyline than the torture, torment and murder of three innocent and vulnerable people? Were they angry with the female gender when they wrote the story? It is not only macabre and morbid, but also horrific and sinister. With obviously brilliant minds as these writers, why not bring us something that befits the higher ideals of our society.
July 5, 2013