Posted By Chamberlain, Wayne:
There are some features of video games that stick with you long after you finish playing.
For instance, the amazing characters in Psychonauts, or the oppressive mood of the first Silent Hill game, or the crazed over-the-top zaniness of the Wii's Rayman Raving Rabbids.
When I think of Kingdom Under Fire, I immediately remember the pounding, heavy metal soundtrack that - at first - seemed so out of place for an action role-playing game.
The throbbing power chords, which for some reason had a distinctly German feel to them, just seemed to come from out of left field. But today, most of what I remember about that old Xbox game is the music.