With new video games emerging every single day and gaming companies earning millions of dollars, it is evident that the video game industry has improved a lot in the past decade. We now have access to advanced gadgets and gaming consoles which are super fun as well as super advanced. Apart from all that, they are also very expensive but gaming addicts die to get their hands on such a gadget. We live in a world of virtual reality and this is finally the future for us. Video games are such a huge part of growing up and why is that? Because of the songs and the themes that are imprinted in our minds. We all are big fans of video games all around the world. It has been an amazing childhood for those who grew up playing Super Mario all the time. All the scolding and the competitions with friends and the memories come back to life. Video games are not even the best part.
Which Song Do You Like Best?
Secret of Mana
Poppy is the author of "A Bard's Lament. There are many movies renowned for their accompanying theme music. Video games also have some incredible soundtracks and are well remembered for them. They add emotion and excitement to any battle or cutscene, accompany us on those long journeys across the world, and stay with us and connect our memories to the story or nostalgia of playing them. Here is a list of my top 25 soundtracks from great games, some of which are instantly known by players, and even recognised by non-players.
Over the years, there have been many amazing tracks written for video games, whether it be a catchy 8-bit loop or a soaring operatic tear-jerker. We've compiled a list of some of the most interesting and striking video-game tracks we've ever heard. What's your favourite?
Without music, games wouldn't quite be the same. Silent moments don't have quite the same poignancy as those backed by killer beats and struck piano keys, crazy brass, breezy woodwinds, and the sweet fury of stroked strings on violins, guitars, and more? From the primitive but expressive soundchips of s consoles to the full instrumentation available to game musicians today, video games have been producing original tunes that defy classification. These are the best video game soundtracks--original jams, no licensed music--in history. Shoji Meguro is a wild person. In making his first soundtrack, Hiroki Kikuta bent the Super Nintendo soundchip in truly bizarre ways. The new God of War is a powerful narrative that's only exemplified by its stunning score.