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Just to kill time what's your favourite videogame soundtrack?

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Doesn't get much better than Mega Man 2. Or DuckTales on NES (especially the Moon).

 

Still, my favorite soundtrack is from Chrono Trigger and FFVI (yeah, I like to mention those games a lot). The battle music in FFIV is superior to FFVI, though.

 

From newer games the soundtrack from Bioshock is spot-on, really captivates the atmosphere of Lost Atlant.....Rapture.

 

Gotta love the music in Ni No Kuni, too. Gives proper justice to the childlike exploration of a vast and colourful world.

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I want to say Grand Theft Auto: Vice City as a whole but there are certainly other games with specific music tracks I'd rate higher than what Vice City has to offer. 

 

 

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Doesn't get much better than Mega Man 2. Or DuckTales on NES (especially the Moon).

 

Still, my favorite soundtrack is from Chrono Trigger and FFVI (yeah, I like to mention those games a lot). The battle music in FFIV is superior to FFVI, though.

 

From newer games the soundtrack from Bioshock is spot-on, really captivates the atmosphere of Lost Atlant.....Rapture.

 

Gotta love the music in Ni No Kuni, too. Gives proper justice to the childlike exploration of a vast and colourful world.

 

Definitely LOVE Ni No Kuni. Feels like watching a Ghibli movie. Thanks for reminding me I have to plat it!

 

I also love the soundtracks to Minecraft, Pokemon Red/Gold/Diamond, The Legend of Zelda and Anodyne.

I highly recommend Anodyne to anyone who loves Legend of Zelda games and 8-bit style music.

Here's the link to Anodyne's soundtrack: http://seagaia.bandcamp.com/

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Persona 4 golden. Improved the soundtrack from the original and more fun to play with multiple battle themes.

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Definitely LOVE Ni No Kuni. Feels like watching a Ghibli movie. Thanks for reminding me I have to plat it!

 

I also love the soundtracks to Minecraft, Pokemon Red/Gold/Diamond, The Legend of Zelda and Anodyne.

I highly recommend Anodyne to anyone who loves Legend of Zelda games and 8-bit style music.

Here's the link to Anodyne's soundtrack: http://seagaia.bandcamp.com/

Having watched every Studio Ghibli movie (except Porco Rosso), couldn't agree with you more. After Platting it, still makes you want more.

 

As a huge fan of Legend of Zelda series and 8-bit music, I just had to visit your link to Anodyne's soundtrack and see what all the fuzz is about. I did not like it...

I LOVED IT! That truly was a nostalgic journey to an era of masterful game music, thank you for that  :ninja:

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I really liked Persona 4 golden and Ni no Kuni's soundtracks. I also usually like whatever soundtrack EA puts on a game especially SSX. Didnt like Burnout Paradises soundtrack though

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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent. Michael McCann, who composed DX:HR, also composed SC:DA and that's where I first heard about him. Without his work on SC:DA, I would never have had an interest in DX:HR.

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pretty much any final fantasy soundtrack i enjoy, kingdom hearts 2,tony hawk underground,legend of zelda OoT,MM, and WW, earlier castlevania games,mario 64 and kirby64

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Grand theft auto vice city was pretty good. Also like burnout 3 on ps2

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Tekken 5 - Moonlit Wilderness

Such an epic soundtrack, i always picked the map with this song in it, i still listen to it even now

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Having watched every Studio Ghibli movie (except Porco Rosso), couldn't agree with you more. After Platting it, still makes you want more.

 

Porco Rosso is one of my favorites :] Then again, its really hard to pick favorites from all of them.

 

Having watched every Studio Ghibli movie (except Porco Rosso), couldn't agree with you more. After Platting it, still makes you want more.

 

As a huge fan of Legend of Zelda series and 8-bit music, I just had to visit your link to Anodyne's soundtrack and see what all the fuzz is about. I did not like it...

I LOVED IT! That truly was a nostalgic journey to an era of masterful game music, thank you for that  :ninja:

 

I felt instantly crushed after reading "I did not like it..." and then I continued reading :P

Great to hear you like it :D Glad I could get someone else into Anodyne. The music and gameplay takes me back to the feelings I had playing the first Zelda and Pokemon games as a kid.

Just indescribably awesome.

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Okami's soundtrack is great; really matches the style of the game similarly to LoZ

 

Otherwise, Bioshock overall really matched the ambience of the atmosphere for me. Also, there were moments in RDR (entering Mexico, random wild west encounters) that really pulled me into the game.

 

Oh, and every Metal Gear Solid game! (Kojima knows what he's doing :P)

 

In general though, I reckon that a great game's soundtrack can really stick with you after you've played it, and bring back so many good memories.

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Can't believe I forgot about Journey, as well as flOw

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