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51 Re: Best Video Game OSTs on Sat Aug 29, 2015 3:41 am

Probably not the most popular soundtrack out there, but I enjoyed it enough to put it on my listening list. A little bit obscure even though it's a recent game. I kind of like this one in particular. It's like metal mixed with chiptunes:

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52 Re: Best Video Game OSTs on Sat Aug 29, 2015 4:25 am

Wow! so much wonderful music. My favourites list is now mutating out of control. Thanks guys.

Most recently I've been hearing quite a healthy dose of Splatoon's OST (aptly named Splatune) both in game and out.

Other than that Paper Mario:TTYD and Pokemon Platinum always hold special places in my heart.

Hope you guys enjoy these as much as I do.

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53 Re: Best Video Game OSTs on Sat Aug 29, 2015 6:37 am

Hm let´s see:
The Witcher Series
Legend of Dragoon
Shadow Hearts and Shadow Hearts: The Covenant
Dark Souls
Vagrant Story
Final Fantasy 4

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54 Re: Best Video Game OSTs on Sat Aug 29, 2015 8:37 am

I have a great passion for music, and couldn't possibly restrict myself to a handful of favorites, but what I'll do is offer up some of those soundtracks that may have edged under people's radar and haven't already been posted.

The Hotline Miami franchise (PC)
This is likely cheating due to the unique selection process of tracks, as opposed to in-house composing, turning to hidden gems on Bandcamp/Soundcloud. From humble beginnings, and an even more humble budget, came one of the most iconic selections of blood-pumping, stylistic, and often delightfully surreal retro-inspired tracks in modern gaming.

The Adventures of Batman & Robin (Sega Genesis)
One of digital entertainment's most talented, and prolific composers, Jesper Kyd has been in the business since as early as '86, and has always had a particular gift for acoustic manipulations and electronic soundscapes. In '95, he would be one of the greats to really push the audio capabilities of 16-bit consoles with his work on Batman & Robin, producing an absolutely massive track length for each song created, which favored the more sinister edge of industrial and dark electronica influences.

Transistor (PC)
The indie scene golden boys and girls over at Supergiant Games refined their efforts, which had already produced a massive sleeper hit, and provided an even more visually gorgeous, and audibly sublime outing with their most recent title, Transistor. They once again brought aboard the composer Darren Korb and the lovely vocals of Ashley Barrett, whose voice manages to become a key mechanic of gameplay this time around.

The Silent Hill franchise (the ones that count, PSX-PS2)
One of the more tragic casualties of Konami's on-going descent into self-imposed irrelevancy, Akira Yamaoka will always be remembered as one of the OG survival horror greats, responsible for many a soiled undergarment and psychological wavering. Say what you will about the content involved, it's hard to deny the visceral impact of Silent Hill's mastery of ambient tracks and audio design, and for four glorious years, appeared to be the gift that kept on giving for us dark-dwelling, mentally questionable types.

Just a few appetizers of varying styles.

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55 Re: Best Video Game OSTs on Mon Sep 14, 2015 5:11 am

Umineko has some great tracks like that, or this: , and this:

As far as the usual suspects, Xenogears needs no introduction.

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