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Video Game Soundtracks

- Sat, 29 May 2021 13:17:13 EST tEfPueHK No.761221
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Hey /VG/, I thought I'd create a thread about great video game soundtracks. I guess I'll start with something well-known.

The first two Doom games' soundtracks. I've been playing the first two Doom games a lot lately and am also a fan of heavy metal so I love the metal/rock soundtracks composed by Robert Prince.

Doom and Doom II: Hell On Earth (Full Soundtracks):


Composed by Robert Prince, who also composed the Wolfenstein 3D soundtrack, another game by ID Software. And partially composed the Duke Nukem 3D soundtrack.

Duke Nukem 3D (Full Soundtrack):


Composed by Lee Jackson and Robert Prince.

Another FPS game that has a sentimental soundtrack to me is the original Unreal Tournament (Or UT99) soundtrack. Awesome arena shooter:

Unreal Tournament (Full Soundtrack):


Composed by Alexander Brandon, Michiel Van Den Bos, and other collaborators.

Back in 2010 at the age of 15 (I'm 26.), I used to get real high off JWH-018 incense blends (K2:Summit, Mr. Nice Guy etc.) when the stuff was still safe and around, playing Unreal Tournament for hours at a time. Loved the vibrant graphics and soundtrack stoned.
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Ultros - Sat, 29 May 2021 13:26:41 EST tEfPueHK No.761222 Reply
OP here, also I forgot to mention. A mod of the first two Doom games has an awesome fan-made metal soundtrack. The Brutal Doom Mod's soundtrack:

Brutal Doom (Full Soundtrack):


Composed by various amateur musicians, although very heavy and well-composed.


Also, the recent episode WAD for Doom 1 developed by John Romero (One of the first two Doom games lead designers.), titled SIGIL, has an awesome MIDI soundtrack composed by video game composer James Paddock:

Doom SIGIL (Full Soundtrack):


Composed by James Paddock.


Sorry, I've been playing the Doom series a lot lately, I love the old-school shooters.
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Meta Knight - Tue, 14 Sep 2021 10:03:39 EST WLnHWPMQ No.762209 Reply

I'm glad I wasn't the only guy enjoying spice blends way too much.

Some of my favorite soundtracks are Banjo Kazooie/Tooie, Legend of Zelda OOT and Wind Waker, Crash Bandicoot, Super Mario 64, Katamari Damacy, Runescape, and Knights of the Old Republic (1 + 2)
Archangel Tyrael - Tue, 19 Oct 2021 12:10:07 EST G9uUSoYJ No.762704 Reply
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I've read people bitching about how the Secret of Mana Remake wasn't a good one. No clue about that (haven't tried it yet), but if there is one good thing, its the fucking amazing remake of the soundtrack!

Feels like the songs are striving to *feel* just like the old songs, they go for the same "texture" instead of reworking the notes into something different. Like striving for the same goal, but going further than the SNES soundchip could

'Whispers and Mantra' puts me in a trance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOQgdayM6tA

'Prophecy' just shreds - I actually really like the added guitar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoNApmIPIJ8

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