Use in Video Games
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The Quake Soundtrack was wholly created by Trent Reznor for use as background and incidental music during gameplay. The 10 tracks created for this release have never been released elsewhere, and therefore an original copy of the soundtrack is prized by many.
Reznor was originally approached to create sound effects and music for Doom 3, and his pieces were used in the original alpha release. However, the final game didn't contain any music or sounds by Reznor. Chris Vrenna did the job instead.
Tony Hawk's Project 8
The soundtrack for Tony Hawk's Project 8 features "Getting Smaller"
Tap Tap Revenge
The iPhone exclusive game "Tap Tap Revenge" premiered its first ever special edition version of the game with Tap Tap Revenge: Nine Inch Nails, featuring 13 tracks from Ghosts I-IV and The Slip, hand-picked by Reznor. This is also the first game that was co-designed by Reznor, along with long-time art director Rob Sheridan, highlighting a desire that both have pledged for making a full-blown video game.
**These songs also have a specially edited version only playable in the "Extreme" mode in the game
Rock Band features 12 fully playable songs from the NIN catalogue, compatible with all three titles of the main series unless otherwise noted:
From the separately purchasable "Nine Inch Nails Pack 1", released February 26, 2008:
From the separately purchasable "Nine Inch Nails Pack 2", released July 22, 2008:
From the separately purchasable "Pretty Hate Pack 01", released March 1, 2011 and only compatible with Rock Band 3:
Released as a single on November 20, 2012 and only compatible with Rock Band 3:
Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock
Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock featured "Wish", fully playable.
An expansion pack was released, featuring
Need for Speed: Undercover
Midnight Club: Los Angeles
The soundtrack for Midnight Club: Los Angeles features "1,000,000" and "Discipline" (listed under "Hard Rock")
The videos section of the Alternate Reality Game website "Project Abraham," for the video game "Resistance 2" uses portions of songs from Ghosts I-IV as well as "Corona Radiata". The Project Abraham Alternate Reality Game is rumoured to be created by 42 Entertainment, who also created the Year Zero Experience.
The Darkness II
The Darkness II features "The Mark Has Been Made" in the trailer.
Call Of Duty: Black Ops II
Trent Reznor composed the instrumental theme song for this game.
Dead Island Riptide
Dead Island Riptide features a sample from "Vessel" in the trailer.