What are your favorite Video Game Soundtracks?

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Re: What are your favorite Video Game Soundtracks?

Postby PekaNo » 15 Nov 2015 09:34

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Re: What are your favorite Video Game Soundtracks?

Postby Toothpaste » 02 Jan 2016 14:35

The newest Need for Speed game has a brilliant soundtrack. The soundtrack for racing is particularly good because it matches with the gameplay so well; Breaks & DnB. DnB is best electronic genre too. There were also a number of Monstercat releases put into the game:
Rogue - Rattlesnake
Aero Chord - Surface
Aero Chord - Break Them (apparently. Haven't heard it in-game yet)
Muzzy - Insignia
Going Quantum - Raw
<insert the other one that I forgot about if I did forget. I always forget things like this>

As for OSTs... I like the Skyward Sword OST, especially the songs found in the Lanayru province. However, I've been playing a lot of Super Monkey Ball 2 lately, and all of the music is amazing. ALL OF IT. Especially the intermediate Monkey Race 2 song. SUCH LOVE <3<3<3
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Re: What are your favorite Video Game Soundtracks?

Postby temperance » 23 Jun 2016 06:25

silent hill definitely :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Re: What are your favorite Video Game Soundtracks?

Postby Pulse Wave » 26 Jun 2017 04:36

GTA: Vice City. It doesn't emulate the 1980s, it is from the 1980s (and partly from the late 1970s). The first GTA with a completely licensed (as opposed to original) soundtrack. Goes from Iron Maiden to Kim Wilde to A Flock Of Seagulls to Michael Jackson (two songs even) to Herbie Hancock to Grandmaster Flash. The soundtrack album is a 7 CD box; some call it one of the best 1980s compilations ever.

Also, Tropico. I'm not sure if the entire game would exist, had Ry Cooder not made Buena Vista Social Club. And that's what the soundtrack sounds like. It was made for the game, but it sounds very Cuban, completely made with acoustic instruments (PopTop got some experience in that while making the soundtrack for Railroad Tycoon 2) and mostly with vocals. You might want to drink a Cuba Libre and/or smoke a Cohiba while playing this game or just listening to the soundtrack.
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