Gaming soundtracks you dig

Ovech-King

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If you like Christopher Nolan's movie, the Connor soundtrack bits in Detroit Become Human sounds so much like Hans Zimmer in his movies.

And that's a very good thing IMO
 

Isa

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Among my alltime faves, the soothing futuristic yet ambient songs not only made the game more immersive, even my folks would love to hear the game/album.

I knew I would love this game, and actually the sequel more, but man if the cutscene and music didn't set an awesome tone.


I hear this OST and I want to get lost in my youth all over again! I had Shining Force first, then my sister got Phantasy Star 2 and man, seeing a game with such an anime-esq ost was great.

I love this game so much! It is wonderfully tragic and seeped in a depressing atmosphere. Every character's introduction is so sad, and Platina/Lenneth and Lucian's story makes me cry to this day.
 

Virex

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Nier Gesalt/Replicant, Final Fantasy VIII, Silent Hill 2, Silent Hill 3, Chrono Trigger are my all time favourite soundtracks. With Final Fantasy VIII being being my most favourite of them all
 
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molasar

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Tusker (C64)


The First Samurai (Amiga)


Body Blows, BB Galactic



Pinball Dreams


Double Dragon 3 (Amiga)


Yo! Joe!


Project X


Cannon Fodder


Dune

 

molasar

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Miami Vice (C64)


Predator (Amiga)


Final Fight (Amiga)


Elvira: Mistress of the Dark


Elvira II: The Jaws of Cerberus


Pit-Fighter (Amiga)


Lethal Weapon


Beat Cop

 

T8SC

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Turrican II: The Final Fight


Tomb Raider


Final Fantasy VII


Shadow Of The Beast II


Lotus Turbo Challenge II


Persona 4


Mass Effect 2


Super Mario Bros 3


Command & Conquer - Red Alert


Resident Evil 2

 
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brian0057

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Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory


Sublime

Deus Ex: Human Revolution


 
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iHaunter

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I've never played the game before in any of its incarnations but have spun the soundtrack so much that is it were a tape it would've popped:


Absolutely awesome compositions and so much variety yet it all sounds cohesive. Whats your pick?

NieR: Automata is God-Tier. Got every iteration of it available. So glad I got the CE, came with liver performance.
 
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The synth stuff or retro-disco whatever music for Hotline Miami/Furi are really good. Also, the Deathsmiles soundtrack and Catherine classical/metal hybrid are worth a listen.
 

Frizzie

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Apart from a few magazine and game freebies the only two soundtracks I have bought are No Mans Sky and Everyone Has Gone To The Rapture. I have the CD's (yes CD's!!) in the car and really enjoy them both.

I would really like to get some Final Fantasy soundtracks and the Journey soundtrack.

My favourite song of all time at the moment is from Final Fantasy XIII Oerba village. I think it is called Dust To Dust? Takes me back to a few hours gaming when I felt so at peace for once that I now have quite a connection to it.

EDIT: I also wanted to add that I have Nier Automata still to play so I'm excited to see so many mentions for its soundtrack.
 
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Dragon Lord

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I've listened to Skyrim's soundtrack about a thousand times, and have yet to tire of it. I like the music in Red Dead Redemption as well.
 

Space Runaway

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Always liked the arranged soundtrack for Raiden 2. I don't think it was ever featured outside of The Raiden Project on ps1.
 

UsualNoise

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Chrono Cross is my overall favorite. Everything about Chrono Trigger that was great, with an orchestra.
Metroid Prime 1 & 2 are top tier for me as well, great atmospheric soundtracks I never get tired of listening to (well, except for some of the boss fights).

While Zelda soundtracks are probably overdone at this point, I've found some fan-created albums that breathe new life into them. My current favorite is this one.
 

robo_qwop

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this shit makes me want to run down the street clotheslining people and do push ups when there's nobody left:


Guilty Gear also has this effect.
 
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