god-tier video game soundtracks
Dude, theres this one moment in this game that I can never find. It's a pretty vague memory, but all I really remember is this cutscene after one of the levels and you run into this villain. Kind of just looks like an evil bomberman. But there's this super creepy atmospheric bird chirping going on in the background. Shit scared the hell out of me as a kid, but I've never been able to find it.
Hotline Miami is the only video game soundtrack I've enjoyed outside of a video game. Tony Hawk 1/2 soundtracks fit the games really well and the Morrowind soundtrack will send me into full nostalgia mode but I don't get anything out of listening to them for enjoyment.
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this, although I have found myself humming songs from Fallout 3 and New Vegas to myself before, I can't imagine actually deciding to intentionally listen to them outside those games
The whole trilogy is breathtaking. Other M was bad enough as a game already, but what really stood out to me was how much the music fucking sucked. Like...was there even music? I can't remember, it was that terrible.
No Xenoblade? Alright then
[spoiler] are you really feeling it? [spoiler]
Listened to this on a whim a while ago, cause used to play it all the time, and was surprised by how much I liked it. I never listen to this type of music either, what else sounds like it?
Look into your heart and you will know it is true.
The Burnout and Tony Hawks Series had good soundtracks.
Arranged sound tracks are some of my favorites of all time.
just made a chart for those fucking spammed soundtracks
Metal Arms Soundtrack: Hold Your Ground [Extended…: http://youtu.be/foNN4Lia-ZU
Why hasn't anyone posted this?
lol scarlett so overrated
No one posting this :
>"The soundtrack of the series has been well received critically."
>"The music in the second installment has been described as "majestic" and "serious" by some reviewers, such as Michael Alfera of Soundtrack Central. His praise is, however, short, as he complains about the music sounding "too game-like": "I really don't like the DKC2 soundtrack much at all. I hardly even listen to it, for one simple fact: It sounds *way* too "gamey". It's hard to describe. It just doesn't seem fitting to create a soundtrack out of it...".
>"Marko Polovina gives the soundtrack 4.5 out of 5 and rates the game highly in his review on the Sputnik Music website. The game track runs for fifty-six minutes and twenty-one seconds."
Chills down my spine. This is a masterpiece.
At work atm. Will upload as soon as I get home.
Now this is also an amazing album. Added to the queue.
Whilst we're at it, any requests?
LSD & Remixes is amazing though
what a great fuckin game that was
Payday is here. Directly from the Steam soundtrack with some remix stems and extras.
Pretty much what >>51988206 said. I can upload it if the humblebundle link didn't work. I got it from there too, so it would be the same.
also this, adds perfectly to the athmosphere - ah fuck it, this OST creates most of the athmosphere.
good in the context of the vidya
total shit, kill yourself fucking fedora
>licensed music soundtracks
WoW music is incredible, all of it
And fucking this is the best video game soundtrack ever
gonna take you on a ride gonna take you on a ride gonna take you on a ride gonna take you on a ride gonna take you on a ride gonna take you on a ride gonna take you on a ride gonna take you on a ride gonna take you on a ride
Where the SimCity nigga?
>mfw these haven't been posted yet
Objective best soundtracks coming through:
I cant believe no one has posted anything from this series
SimEarth for the SNES has some trippy as fuck music.
SimAnt too, has a beating OST, but the gameplay is what you'd expect from a Maxis console port.
This soundtrack inspired my interest in music.
Move out the way, best game coming through
>no ridge racer
you guys are fucking plebs
I've always loved the OST for this game. Shame the improved version (played by an actual orchestra instead of entirely synthetic) was slapped onto the shit tier remake.
TAXI DRIVERS MUST DIE
It has a lot of interesting mechanics.
Gravity flipping, shot bouncing/absorption, Changing amount of ammo, Dashing, two firing modes, no insta-death. Even if you get depleted to 1 HP, if you're good enough, you can make it back up to full. It's also a heavily boss focused game. Stages are fairly short/non-existent just so you can get right to the meat of fighting another boss. It's an incredibly solid and fast paced game all around.
Pretty much all early C&C games.
Am I alone there? That rave/techno OST was an absolute banger.
I was 6 when this game was released and it brings back a lot of memories, and it gives me a special pleasure when I blast it in my car.
That feel man, that feel
How can you dislike licensed music, then point to earthbound as an example for good music? The reason earthbound's never getting a rerelease is because it's stuffed to the gills with weird bootleg licensed stuff
It uses samples. That's different from having a soundtrack that's entirely a compilation of recorded artists.
And it did get re-released. That was just speculation.
It's pretty unique for a video game to do with EarthBound did with sound, especially on the SNES.
Nobody's interested in lowering themselves to your level.
Also pic related if didn't reuse so many tracks
HEALTH made this soundtrack.
you just reminded me which is the most underrated game soundtrack of all the internet
I hope I'm not the only one.
>Lets take a dive in Aquatic Mines
>literally like 95% of the Metroid series
>Planetary Annihilation (say what you will about Uber and the game itself, the soundtrack is fucking phenomenal)
>Almost every Sonic game
>Metal Gear Rising
Was gonna mention JSR and Metroid Prime but someone beat me to the punch lel