Mythic Quest: Le festin du corbeau Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.70/10 from 32000 votes
Tags: fictional video game, footage from a fictional video game, video game company
Alternate Names:
Title in Italiano:

Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet

Title in Português:

Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet

Title in Deutsch:

Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet


Mythic Quest is a comedy series that follows a team of video game developers as they navigate the challenges of running a popular online multiplayer game. Led by the egotistical creative director Ian Grimm, the team must deal with office politics, creative differences, and the pressures of maintaining a successful game.

As the team works on a new expansion for their game, tensions rise and relationships are tested. With a cast of quirky characters including the ambitious lead engineer Poppy Li, the socially awkward programmer Brad Bakshi, and the clueless executive producer David Brittlesbee, Mythic Quest offers a hilarious look at the world of video game development.

From brainstorming new ideas to dealing with toxic players, the team at Mythic Quest must find a way to balance their personal lives with the demands of their high-pressure jobs. With plenty of laughs and heartwarming moments, this series is a must-watch for anyone who loves gaming culture and workplace comedies.

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Mythic Quest: Le festin du corbeau
Meltdown (feat. DMX & Priyanka Chopra)
Light of My Life
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pts. 1-5)
Back Pocket
Oh Sailor
Love Will Tear Us Apart - 2020 Remaster
Une Annee Sans Lumiere
Nothing I Can't Do
I'm Shipping Up To Boston
The Machete Twins
Every Rose Has Its Thorn - Remastered 2003
Welcome to the Black Parade
Heaven Help Us
What Is Mythic Quest
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
Mythic Quest Main Titles
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
Poppy's Theme
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
Best Job Ever
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
The Masked Man
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
Ian's Strife
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
Oh My God
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
The Testers
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
Poppy's Rage
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
Ian Fights the Masked Man
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
Ian Victorious
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
Leaving Mythic Quest
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
An Oppressive Test
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
This Is Zeus
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
This Is Hera
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer
The Next Chapter
Takeshi Furukawa: Performer

User reviews

Kimberly Scott

The soundtrack of Mythic Quest not only complements the on-screen action but also stands on its own as a collection of well-crafted and memorable tracks that can be enjoyed independently.

Linda Robinson

The diversity of musical styles used in the soundtrack reflects the eclectic personalities of the characters in the show, making each episode feel unique and dynamic.

Richard Jackson

The music sets the tone for each scene, from tense moments of conflict to heartwarming character interactions, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Kimberly Taylor

The soundtrack seamlessly blends with the on-screen action, enhancing the emotional impact of key moments and creating a cohesive viewing experience.

Edward Taylor

The original compositions in the series are both catchy and memorable, adding depth to the storytelling and immersing the audience in the world of Mythic Quest.

Anthony Parker

The variety of musical styles used in the soundtrack keeps the audience engaged and adds depth to the storytelling, creating a dynamic and immersive atmosphere.

Betty Adams

The composers have done an excellent job of matching the music to the personalities of the characters, enhancing their quirks and idiosyncrasies through clever musical cues.

Paul Clark

The soundtrack's ability to evoke a wide range of emotions, from excitement to introspection, demonstrates the skillful craftsmanship behind the music of the series.

Nancy Harris

The music in the show effectively sets the tone for each scene, whether it's a tense office meeting or a hilarious moment of comedic relief, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Joseph Allen

The repetitive use of generic electronic beats in the background music became distracting and monotonous after a few episodes. It felt like the composers took the easy route instead of creating a unique and memorable soundtrack that could elevate the overall viewing experience.