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  1. #181
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    At the moment I'm listening to Lorne Balfes' Assassins Creed Revelations score and also Byan Tylers' Far Cry 3 score

    Especially like this track...

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    Machinarium is without contest my favourite game soundtrack.
    I made a mix of all the Azuremyst and Zangarmarsh music from WoW, it's in my ambient rotation I listen to when I'm reading.
    Same with the Skyrim soundtrack, CD 4 is all ambient stuff, I'm thinking I should make a mix of some of the calmer music from Morrowind, Oblivion and Skyrim some day.
    Sometimes I like listening to ludicrously bombastic music while doing housework, such as this.
    Homeworld 2 has a lovely soundtrack.
    Beyond Good and Evil has some great tunes, you can get the soundtrack for free here.
    I often listen to Vortal Combat off HL2:ep2 while walking to the shops. No idea why.
    The Mirror's Edge soundtrack is good, though I prefer some of the stuff Magnus Birgersson has made as Solar Fields.

    There's lots more I listen to now and then, but that'll do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arathain View Post
    Mm, this thread had me pulling up the Bastion soundtrack again. That final duet has lost none of its power.
    Seriously amazing stuff.

    Bastion, Hotline Miami, Crysis 1/2 (2 was better I think), Pokemon stuff, Fire Emblem stuff and Age of Empires II/Mythology. I can barely wait till April 9 to see how 'HD' the new release is.

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    I usually put game music on if i need background noise and need to zone out at work.
    Frozen Synapse, Sanctum & Mirrors Edge work well.

    I also like Super Hexagons and Bastions OST and a few songs from Inon Zur's' Bioware days.

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    Hmm. Arcanum, No Time to Explain, Bastion, Nitronic Rush, Really Big Sky, Pharaoh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coldvvvave View Post
    Airmech - its by FLA! Probably mostly made by Jeremy Inkel( orthodox fans blame him for every modern change in FLA sound ) but who cares - I'm okay with both him and modern FLA. Admittedly the parts with wubwubwub aren't great but those are rare.
    I think it's the most enjoyable release FLA have done in recent history. Probably because they couldn't go all out heavy industrial since it was meant as a video game soundtrack. ;)
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    Glad to see more people here like Guilty Gear!! (Or some other XX/#Reloaded variant).
    I got the game off GOG recently just to get the OST again :)

    Also , Sequence, and as a result the rest of Ronald Jenkeens' music, he's amazing.

    Various Final Fantasy, mostly 7 but not only, I'm a fan of Nobuo Uematsu (also The Black Mages).

    OC Remixes have a lot of awesome stuff,it's an interesting mix between good songs and good artists.
    To name a few titles: Mega Man, Final Fantasy, Breath of Fire , Chrono Trigger and more...

    But after seeing so many different recommendation, I'll have to broaden my horizons :D

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    ​Botanicula. Pretty much just Botanicula. Vice City has some good songs too, but I prefer San Andreas.

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    Dustforce. I've never even played this game (this type of platformer is never my thing), but the soundtrack is just wonderful. Best way I can describe it is "chill chip-tunes".

    The Magnetic Tree - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZCp9YJKgrQ
    Electric Relic - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J18jj0d1uto
    Swimming While it Rains - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KnsCuUA1pg0

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    I forgot to mention Tropico. It has quite possibly one of the catchiest soundtracks of all time.
    The Medallion of the Imperial Psychopath, a Napoleon: Total War AAR
    For the Emperor!, a Total War: Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai AAR
    The Red Blades, a Battle Brothers AAR

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    The C64's Forbidden Forest and that is that.

    On the other hand I've just finished playing Borderlands 2 with the music down whilst playing De La Souls 3 feet High and Rising. It was very pleasant and I'm gonna win all the money....all the money.

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    Mark Morgan's brilliant soundtrack from the Fallouts.
    He released a free remastered 24 track version - grab it here if you didn't already when RPS posted about it a couple of years ago
    Vault Archives: http://auralnetwork.com/releases

    His soundtrack teasers they've released for the Wasteland 2 and Torment kickstarters are sounding incredible, really looking forward to the full soundtracks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel J View Post
    Mark Morgan's brilliant soundtrack from the Fallouts.
    He released a free remastered 24 track version - grab it here if you didn't already when RPS posted about it a couple of years ago
    Vault Archives: http://auralnetwork.com/releases

    His soundtrack teasers they've released for the Wasteland 2 and Torment kickstarters are sounding incredible, really looking forward to the full soundtracks.
    How could I forget Khans of New California!
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    Hotline Miami, Neotokyo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c-Row View Post
    I think it's the most enjoyable release FLA have done in recent history. Probably because they couldn't go all out heavy industrial since it was meant as a video game soundtrack. ;)
    Holy crap! FLA game soundtrack? YOINK

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    Super Hexagon
    Portal 2
    Trine 1 & 2
    Freespace 2
    VVVVVV
    SpaceChem
    Frozen Synapse
    World of Warcraft
    Deus Ex: HR
    Elder Scrolls

    Those are the ones I regularly listen to.

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    This thread has gone beyond my wildest dreams - so many great suggestions. thanks guys!

    highly recommended golden oldies:
    Interstate 76
    Mechwarrior 2
    MW2: Ghost Bear Legacy
    MW2: Mercenaries

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    Did anyone else love Garry Schyman's amazing Bioshock score?

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    Quote Originally Posted by roryok View Post
    Did anyone else love Garry Schyman's amazing Bioshock score?
    I like it but it's not a soundtrack I usually listen to outside of the game. Most of the time I have the soundtracks from Journey, FTL and StarCraft 2 in my playlist these days.

    On a related note, I compiled two CDs of soundtracks for a friend of mine to guess the game they were taken from, and they are regularly playing on my car stereo as well.

    CD1: player1.jpg CD2: player2.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by c-Row View Post
    I like it but it's not a soundtrack I usually listen to outside of the game. Most of the time I have the soundtracks from Journey, FTL and StarCraft 2 in my playlist these days.

    On a related note, I compiled two CDs of soundtracks for a friend of mine to guess the game they were taken from, and they are regularly playing on my car stereo as well.

    CD1: player1.jpg CD2: player2.jpg
    You made me mess up!

    What a game!
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