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The Video Game Music Thread

hayst

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Dope desert tracks. Leaning on the ambient side of things.
 

Thorakitai

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KOEI's historical strategy games like Romance of the Three Kingdoms and Nobunaga's Ambition may vary in quality but their game OSTs are the vastly underrated, finest example of orchestrated music.



 

Tse Tse Fly

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Dec 26, 2017
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Ys Seven OST - Mother Earth Altago




Ys Seven OST - Desert of Despair




Ys Seven OST - Smashing Through the Mountain Path




Ys Seven OST - Lost Harmony Among People




Ys Seven OST - Road to Solitary Death


Ys Seven OST - Uncertainty in the Future


Ys Seven OST - Person Who Brings End


7/10 game, 12/10 soundtrack
 

KeighnMcDeath

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Quake I will always have a place in my OST library. It is just that weird. I'd listen to this navigating one of the dark forests in the dusk hours near the graveyard and the abandoned building complex at the edge of town in missouri.

 

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