Music of Steets Of Rage 2 (one of my fave games of all time)
"I pledge allegiance to the hip hop"Method Man
I've always hated the SF themes. Fuck that noise.
This is my shit
"I hate them and I wish death among them!" - Mahatma Gandhi
anything from streets of rage 1-3 and i hate techno.
i typed "soundtrack" in the search field. this thread was probably 10 pages back so its okay.
The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of men who suppress the truth by their wickedness, since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse. (Romans 1:18-20)
LOL I remember Streets of Rage, Me and my friend got to the final boss and he asked us to join him and we said yes and they sent us back to like stage 7 lol
Jet Set Radio
Chu Chu Rocket
FF series (Liked 8 in particular)
Wipeout (First three games was classic. Just like with Rollcage.)
Halo is pretty memorable
Space Channel 5
Samba De Amigo
I kid I'm just naming good Music Video Games
American McGee's Alice
There is alot to say to games who have just a good compilation of tracks as a soundtrack or a game for which the music is indeed perfect like a Shenmue, Zelda, FF. Wipeout broke ground there I think. Including popular artists. Something games are almost sold on nowadays. But I think that is different from when you hear a soundtrack like that from Katamary Damacy or Silent Hill. Something totally fitted to the game and composed. The other are sorta like the soundtracks with music inspired by the film x.
Besides that we got the music video games like the nowadays popular Guitar Hero and Rockband series. But before that there was alot more like DDR, Samba De Amigo, Pop N Music, Rarappa & his followers. Rythm based games. Which ofcourse had to make good use of music. Or else the game would pretty much suck.
So where do we go?