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Im going to say Minecraft the sound soothing and relaxing
The Last of Us soundtrack is perfect. The music fits the tone and mood of the game so perfectly
Originally posted by HappyAlcoholic:Brutal Legend’s.
Originally posted by cutiepillar:Im going to say Minecraft the sound soothing and relaxing
I agree with this.
Although I do love the Pokémon soundtrack, especialy the important battles.
I’m going to go with Deus Ex: Human Revolution. I found each score to be atmospheric and distinct, setting a melancholic tone to the world. Also one of the few games that tells a story through the environment.
I’ve always liked the soundtrack of the early Crash Bandicoot games. I love the Cortex theme from the third game.
Halo 4, nuff said.
Ugh that’s just darned irritating to me.
Definitely the not well-known but epic Bionic Commando
Originally posted by FG20:Definitely the not well-known but epic Bionic Commando
Which one? I always found NES BC’s music really droning, but that’s the only one I’ve played.
Metal Gear Solid 1 escape soundtrack
Fits the situation it plays in perfectly. There were many other soundtracks to choose from, but I picked this one.
I like the soundtrack of tf2, Shantae and Risky’s Revenge soundtracks is pretty catchy. Oh, and Frie Emblem 7’s soundtrack has some good medleys as well.
Tony Hawk’s Underground or EA Skate.
Most megaman games,
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