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While it's not technically a video game, I would recommend the Homestuck Soundtrack. You probably already have a vague idea of what Homestuck is, as it was pretty prevalent a few years ago and still has a large following if you know where to look. I would also recommend reading the comic, but it's stupid long and kind of hard to get into for most people, so I wouldn't say it's a requirement. The soundtrack was made by Toby Fox, the same guy who made Undertale & its soundtrack. All the albums are available on Sound Cloud; but there are so many that it would cost over $100 if you were to buy all of them, so I recommend only getting a few or just pirating them. Even if neither of those options strike your fancy, they're still definitely worth a listen.

Specific albums I would recommend are Cherubim, Strife, and Symphony Impossible to Play





Specific tracks I would recommend are Cascade, The Carnival, and MeGeLoVania.






Other music I would recommend:

Portal 2 soundtrack http://www.thinkwithportals.com/music

Cave Story soundtrack http://www.cavestory.org/download/music.php

Fez Soundtrack http://music.disasterpeace.com/album/fez-ost


Malukah http://www.malukah.com/index.php/music


Madoka Magica soundtrack

Avatar The Last Airbender soundtrack

The Legend of Korra soundtrack

Trigun soundtrack

Fulmetal Alchemist soundtrack

Eureka 7 soundtrack

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I can't believe no-one's posted the echochrome 2 soundtrack yet! Not only did this thing get a world record for the longest piece of music in a video game (its 1 hour 15 minutes long) but it's also absolutely beautiful



Super obscure bonus link - If you're a fan of theremins and guitars, then might I recommend the soundtrack to the PSP game "Otsugea Uranai Na Desu."?



EDIT: Happy Birthday by the way, Ross!

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My favourite soundtrack of all time comes from Chrono Cross. Here is the opening theme on soundcloud


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1983 by Flying Lotus



It's not a game soundtrack but it could well be. Reminds me of the Transistor and FTL OSTs.

It features lots of sci-fi/futuristic sounding elements and the mood is very chill – the perfect background music for exploration in a space setting.



If you don't have the time to listen to whole OSTs, here are some tracks from different games that stood out to me:


Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones – MiddleTower / Upper Towerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zDPr8mcMmY

Risen 2 – Outdoor


TLOZ Skyward Sword - Lanayru Mining Facilities


Grim Fandango - Companeros


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Here's something probably nobody has ever heard of: the soundtrack to the obscure FMV game Darkstar. Might make a good Game Dungeon episode too if you can find it, it's got an interesting production history with being made over the course of several years by one guy and stars the cast of MST3K. While the game itself is an utter trainwreck of the best kind tho, the soundtrack is absolutely amazing. Awesome rock music, along with some more melodic and atmospheric tracks, very enjoyable to listen to overall. Now, I have uploaded the full album here, which isn't exactly legal, but the thing's been out of print for years anyway so I doubt they're gonna mind.




Oh, and a happy birthday to you Ross ;)

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Happy Birthday Ross! As promised, here are some soundtracks I love!


I've been playing alot of Xenoblade Chronicles X recently, and the soundtrack is phenomenal!



Also the

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfk-dQceR3Y is pretty great. It has scatting, though, so I'm not sure if that counts as singing to you, but there's just something magical about sprinting at the speed of sound and moon jumping around New LA while this theme plays in the background.
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I can Heartily recommend the PayDay 2 Soundtrack. There are a lot of good tracks within the game all filling in either a tense or a pumped up electro/techno track. I'd definitely give a listen to it if you have the time.

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I haven't seen this game talked about that much, it's called Teslagrad. The soundtrack is great and it's on Spotify

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The Real Texas: This game's soundtrack comes highly recommended. I also wouldn't mind seeing this game on a Game Dungeon, as it seems right up your weird and crazy alley, but let's not get carried away here. You can download the whole thing in .mp3 format just by scrolling down.



Fitz the Fox: This game is a fairly middle of the road platformer. Its soundtrack is easily the best part. I encourage anyone to head to this DropBox link and give it a download. I'll leave it up for awhile.


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Risk of Rain has a very hit and miss soundtrack depending on the persson,i personally like most of it but you might not agree with me



Hey here is one im sure you probrably didnt get yet

The Last Federation (i dont even know if this can be considered a X4 or a turn based but,there you go)



here is one i think you would find sonner or later but im gonna speed up the process (unfortunally i think only a few of the ones in this soundtrack are any good outside the game so im just gonna give you the good ones[or at least the ones i think are good])

Tower Of Guns







Happy Birthday Ross!

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Hello, everybody, and, of course, to Ross!


After watching of "Ross's Big Birthday Video" I decided to acquaint everybody (and you, Ross, of course) with creativity of two Russian composers of game soundtracks.


First, ambient-neoclassical group "Anthesteria" (it's one-man group, real name of composer is Georgy Beloglazov).

His best known works is soundtracks in panoramic first person quests Sublustrum (Outcry) and Phobos 1953 (1953: KGB Unleashed), both relate to theme of human psychology in extraordinary situations. The interesting part, he also producer, game designer and scriptwriter for these games.

Also he composed several tracks in soundtrack of the game Metro 2033 (



Links for listening and downloading under spoiler.


Here you can legally listen and download Sublustrum (Outcry) OST.

Genres of music: neoclassic, ambient, dark ambient.

Worth to mention tracks are: Sublustrum Theme, The Journal, A Dog in the Boiler, The Temple, Steamflower.


Here you can legally listen and buy Phobos 1953 (1953: KGB Unleashed) OST.

Genres of music: electronica, dark ambient.

Worth to mention tracks are: 1953, Inside the Bunker, Psychokinesis, Electric Shadows, Black March.


Second, MoozE (real name - Vladimir Frey).

He best known for game soundtracks in space flight simulator Homeplanet, shooters Firestarter and S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl, RTS Warfare. He is compose music in genres ambient and electronica.


Links for listening and downloading under spoiler.


Here you can legally listen and download Homeplanet The Complete Game Soundtrack.

Music genres: ambient, electronica.


Here you can legally listen and download Firestarter Internet Release (Firestarter OST) in MP3 and FLAC.

Music genres: ambient, industrial, electronica.


Here you can legally listen and download S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl The Complete Original Game Soundtrack (G-OST Exclusive).

Music genres: dark ambient, noise.

Worth to mention tracks are: Amb#01-03, Fog, S.A.D., Radwind Pt.1-2, Sleeping in Ashes v2.


Here you can legally listen and download Warfare Original Game Soundtrack in MP3 and FLAC.

Music genres: ambient, industrial, electronica.

Worth to mention tracks are: Coming Back With The Desert Eagle, Carbon Black, Al-Qaum, Ammo Feeder, Smoking Bullets.


MoozE - 2006 Selected Works Promo (G-OST Exclusive) with music from unreleased games deserves special mention.

Worth to mention tracks are: Bullet-Proof & Panic-Stricken, Tangrenjie/Opium Girl.


Thanks for your time!

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Yeah, I know you're not too crazy about youtube, tough shit, bro. You get what you get :D


These are from Godfather the game. (The first game)





Most soundtracks for this game are remakes of the original Godfather movie soundtrack so I posted the ones that aren't remakes and I thought were the best.

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