* MP3 of Psygnosis' WipeOut 3 for the Sony PlayStation
Audio format: MP3
Audio source: from the US release
File size: 3.0 Megs
Notes:This audio track is a sample of music from the WipEout 3 Soundtrack.
The tracks/artist featured are as follows:
t01 -- Sasha - "Feisar"
t03 -- Sasha - "Icaras"
t04 -- Orbital - "Know Where To Run"
t07 -- Propellerheads - "Lethal Cut"
t09 -- Chemical Brothers - "Under the Influence"
t13 -- Sasha - "XPander"
Psygnosis' Assault Rigs for the Sony Playstation
Sunsoft's Batman for the Nintendo Entertainment System
Takara's Battle Arena Tohshinden for the Sony Playstation
Atari's Blue Lightning for the Atari Jaguar-CD
Vic Tokai's Criticom for the Sony Playstation
Namco's CyberSled for the Sony Playstation
Taito's Darius Plus for the PC-Engine Super Grafx
Psygnosis' Destruction Derby for the Sony Playstation
Nintendo's DKC2: Diddy's Kong Quest for the Super NES
Sony's ESPN Extreme Sports for the Sony PlayStation
Sega's Hang-On GP for the Sega Saturn
Nintendo's Killer Instinct for the Super NES
Sony Interactive's Krazy Ivan for the Sony PlayStation
Working Designs' Lunar: Eternal Blue for the SegaCD
Williams Entertainment's Mortal Kombat 3 for the Sony PlayStation
Capcom's Resident Evil for the Sony PlayStation
Namco's Ridge Racer for the Sony Playstation
Sega Sports' Sega Rally for the Sega Saturn
Crystal Dynamics' Solar Eclipse for the Sega Saturn
Blue Sky's VectorMan for the Sega Genesis
Nintendo's Vertical Force for the Virtual Boy
Electronic Arts' Viewpoint for the Sony Playstation
Nintendo's Wario Land for the Virtual Boy
Psygnosis' WipeOut E3 preview video
Psygnosis' WipeOut for the Sony PlayStation
Sega Sports' World Series Baseball for the Sega Saturn
Links to player sites.
You can check Intel's (now Ligos) web site for AVI player/conversion related materials at:
for general Indeo AVI related files -- "http://www.ligos.com/index.phtml?&pi=103&n1=products&n2=indeo&n3=download".
You can find MP3 players for most platforms at:
In January 2007, all of the videos were converted to MPEG-1 format due to the inability of most players to handle the older Indeo format AVI files. Both files are available now for download.
In February 2014, all of the videos were uploaded to YouTube, and individual download links have been added to the each page.