Silent Hill series
MGR & MGS (in the context)
Demon's & Dark Souls
GTA generally has eclectic and good soundtrack although not original.
This too only I'm talking about the game shark mod that gave it death metal songs
Pretty much every late 90s/early 2000s extreme sports game had a good soundtrack
I have the whole soundtrack downloaded and I listen to it all the time because it really is that good
its so atmospheric and perfect for wandering Hogwarts. I love this game so much.
bingo bango bongo im so happy in the jungle i refuse to gooooo
Don't want no jailhouse, shotguns, fish hooks, golf clubs
I've got my spear
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I just skimmed through the first 2 pages of the archive
I'm sure they aren't rare
plus there are movie OST threads as well and general soundtrack threads
3/4th of these are just posts of covers/posters and someone replying "muh nigga" and greentexting searching the page.
if you like dnb, but want something different, try this
you muh nigga
You know you love this shit.
I have met numerous people in my life so far, all from disparate walks of life, who have cited the soundtrack to ATV Offroad Fury 2 as formative in their tastes.
And of course there's this:
Step it up /mu/. Piano album, Tribute album and remix tracks all get a mention too.
ik ive watched it like 30 times :)
I'd vouch for the soundtrack of Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, composed by Amon Tobin. Here it is. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbTo4vyY-nU&t=18m20s
To my side, my noble Einherjar!
Suprised no one has posted the greatest OST of all time
Civ III's soundtrack is burned into my memory lol
better than any GTA radio
my nigga was gonna post that shit
this was an important part in the development of my interest in music
Any Paradox, they know how to do a relaxing soundtrack.
Also pic related, Age of Wonders 3 and [spoiler]Runescape[/spoiler]
So many feels
Notable mention: The other Halo's, FFX, FFVIII, Fallout 3/NV, RDR.
Remember when EA produced good video games?
Hands down, best game in the series, with Halo 2 coming in close as second.
Nobody posted this yet?
also good choices here
Give this album a go, you won't be disappointed.
It was perfect for me,the game was meh tho' .
Hm. Surprised this hasn't been mentioned yet.
It's Tangerine Dream music mixed by DJ Shadow, what else do you want?
pic related is all pretty good
Osamu Sato - LSD & Remixes [2CD]
> Psychedelic, Electronic, IDM, Easy Noise
Anybody here have love for the best game of all time?
>Cross the Rio Grande overnight.
>Reach Mexico as the sun is just beginning to break over the horizon.
>http://youtu.be/7IkvAb6THQY starts playing.
>Eagles crying overhead as I ride across unfamiliar terrain.
>Reach the top of a hill just as the sun lights the vast desert below me.
I honestly shivered with excitement on my first play-through, it was so unexpected and well done.
And then there's;
>Oh bury me not, on the lonesome prairie...
These are my favourite game soundtracks. All are interesting and fun to listen to.
This is awesome
the streets of rage games always seem to get overlooked in these sorts of threads :(
>The soundtracks mainly consist of, often experimental, chiptune-based electronic dance music, encompassing electronic genres such as electro, house, techno, hardcore, jungle, ambient, breakbeat, gabber, noise, and trance. The music was produced using the Yamaha FM-synth sound chips of the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis video game console (YM2612) and NEC PC-88 computer (YM2608), along with Koshiro's own audio programming language "Music Love," a modified version of the PC-88's Music Macro Language (MML).
>The soundtracks have been critically acclaimed. They are considered ahead of their time, and as some of the best video game music of all time. The soundtracks have influenced a range of chiptune, electronica, grime and dubstep musicians through to the present day, including artists such as Ikonika, BT, Labrinth, Martyn, Joker, Darkstar, Childish Gambino, and Danger.
Time to step it up, /mu/
I'd post more but I lazy.