Spyro 1- Very memorable. Spyro 2- Very memorable. Spyro 3- Very memorable. Fallout New Vegas- Love the old world type music. grand theft auto sanandreas- Love all the gangster rap. the urbz (ps2,xbox and gc version) - love it. The sims 1 PS2.- Love it. Mario 3- Never can forget any of it. GTA 3- Never can forget the theme, or head radio.
Nobody mentions Mafia 1 and Mafia 2 ? In my opinion they had a really excellent soundtrack, both an orchestral one (played by the Prague Symphonic Orchestra) and licensed tracks from that time period. They really should be ranking high on any list about game music.
Also, let's not forget: GTA: Vice City, San Andreas, Vice City Stories and IV+EFLC The Hitman series (played by the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, music composed by Jesper Kyd) No One Lives Forever series (quite fitting soundtrack evoking the 60s) Deus Ex (the first one; haven't played Human Revolution yet, but I will get it soon) Bioshock 1 and 2
The OST of Silent Hill 3 actually came with the game and was featured in the live action movie. It was integrated into the actual game in a really powerful way. It was very reminiscent of an early Cure album, very industrial and gloomy like the game. Listened to it quite a bit.
Makes me think of some old James Bond theme song mixed with a bit of David Bowie. ^
*Also the main theme song for Skyrim is catchy as hell.
My all time favourite video game soundtrack would be the one from Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks. It was so entrancing and gave the game a really good atmosphere. I remember liking it so much years ago that I actually burnt it to a CD.
f*ck, that game was good. Such fond memories.
I thought Resident Evil 4 had a good soundtrack, too:
I quite enjoyed listening to the Driver: San Francisco soundtrack as I was driving my Dodge around. Unlike most other driving/racing games, the sound-track must have been thought through, rather than just pulling out a few of the "Hottest tracks". The mixture of rock, metal, dubstep and pop was quite nice to listen to. Rather than the songs being totally weird, they fitted in with both the game's theme and the game's adrenaline-filled features. I didn't even change a track throughout the game, and I still enjoyed it.
My new updated list of my fave video game soundtracks: (in order of my like. I love the spyro theme song and all its tracks forever. My childhood!) ---------------------------------------------------------------- 1.
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