Mass Effect 2 Soundtrack
February 21, 2010
If you like this article you'll probably like Brütal Legend Soundtrack too. ^_^
Tali'Zorah knows that even in the future, corded headphones are the way to go.
I really enjoyed Mass Effect 2, so much so that I like to imagine talking to people with a choice selector near the bottom of my vision. I usually choose paragon options but I know the usefulness of a well placed renegade response. Be careful with the interrupts though!
Like many good games, I find myself drawn to the soundtrack as a way of reliving our times together. I went searching for it but unfortunately they only released it in MP3 and M4A formats so far.
Call me a snob but I think our future should be filled with upgrades and that means something better than or equal to the sound quality of a Compact Disc.
No worries though because with a bit of patience you too can...
Make your own Mass Effect 2 Soundtrack
These instructions assume you are using the PC version of the game.
- Unzip everything into a new folder.
- Copy "C:\Games\Mass Effect 2\BioGame\CookedPC\*Music.afc" to the new folder.
- Your path may be slightly different depending on where you installed the game.
- Run "Extract, Convert.bat"
- Run "Rename.vbs"
Now you can enjoy 508 pieces of Ogg Vorbis encoded music while you wait for EA to release a proper Compact Disc.
Oh and special thanks to Extirpator for the original instructions on how to accomplish this.