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The Video Game Music Thread


Dumbfuck Sad Loser
Jan 6, 2015
When you come home from your in-laws and you just wanna mong out.

When your wagie day is over but you don't have energy to game.

When you just got back from the hospital and you can't keep it in anymore.


You forgot the best one. Code Veronica's save room theme is my favorite with the Outbreak theme song being the best track in the entire series imo.

You can be damn well sure I'll be playing these songs while I'm walking around the Merck, Bayer, or Janssen biolabs or whatever if I get into a pharmaceutical company after I graduate.


Sep 10, 2014
Codex 2016 - The Age of Grimoire Make the Codex Great Again! Grab the Codex by the pussy Shadorwun: Hong Kong Divinity: Original Sin 2

Song made for a game that flopped. Not a bad game, but too short and overpriced (when it was released at least). The song is great though.

Tse Tse Fly

Dec 26, 2017

Ys Seven OST - Oral Tradition

Always lingered in the story cut scenes during which this track played to be able to listen to it more

Unkillable Cat

May 13, 2009
Codex 2014 Make the Codex Great Again! Grab the Codex by the pussy
Luzur Zed Duke of Banville

Some people are crazy enough about SiD-chip created tunes of the Commodore 64, that they've hired Prague's symphony orchestra to perform those tunes, for recording and release on an album.

The recordings take place over the next few days, but one of the sessions will be livestreamed and available for the public - as per the link below.

The stream goes live later today (in about 6 hours as of this post).

The tunes recorded in this session are:

Defender of the Crown
The Last Ninja (The Wilderness)
Ark Pandora
Ghouls 'n Ghosts
Grouting (from the eponymous C-64 Demo)

EDIT: The recorded livestream is now available for viewing.
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