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post #46 of 141
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...For games though I liked the Chrono Trigger sound track and Metal Gear Solid for PS1 pretty well...

 

 

 

 

Hello everyone,

I just joined head-fi yesterday and thought I'd start here. :)

 

Without further ado, my favorite track by far is also from the mgs ost:

 

The Pokémon Reorchestrated Kanto Symphony also brings back memories, downloadable for free at http://pokemonsymphony.com/music (320kbps mp3's)

 

post #47 of 141
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In light of a new Rise of the Triad being announced at QuakeCon 2012, I must show off one of the many awesome tracks of the original game.

 

post #48 of 141

From my favourite fifa game, been playing all of them on several consoles :)

 

Offtopic bonus clip , why can't they make intros like these anymore :(

post #49 of 141

FamilyJules7x... is an absolute monster when it comes to these remixes...
post #50 of 141

The entire Skyrim OST. So good. Ahhhh.

 

 

Also, most, if not all, Nintendo Game Music.


Edited by FCO2013 - 8/12/12 at 8:54pm
post #51 of 141

I have a pretty extensive Video Game music soundtrack.

 

I do really enjoy reorchestrations, particularly those involving a full orchestra.

 

However, No NES for the Wicked by Vomitron is particularly awesome.  If you are a fan of 8-Bit classics, you really should get this album.  And it's possible to buy directly from the Artist himself.

 

http://www.vomitron665.com/store/

 

HIs rendition of Blaster Master sold it for me, I've never heard that one redone before. 

 

-Ed

post #52 of 141

tales of phantasia has a really good ost, so does chrono cross. I renember there was this snes game that had the most beautiful game ost I heard.  Sadly I cant remember the name.

post #53 of 141

Recently got in the Pokemon GBC OST's... those chip tunes r some kinda magical! 

post #54 of 141

Here are some of my favorites: 

 

 

 

(Really loved the pseudo Portuguese in this one)

 

 

post #55 of 141

Im surprised this one hasn't been posted yet. I though it was a classic lol. But anyhow, definitely want to learn this on classical guitar one day.

 

To Zanarkand - Final Fantasy X OST

 

post #56 of 141
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Thank you for reminding me that I need to finish the .Hack series of games and anime. I used to buy the anime DVDs and games like clockwork back when they first came out xD


That said, I observed that no one's posted anything from this gem of a series:


Edited by PiotrTheGreat - 12/13/12 at 3:05pm
post #57 of 141
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Originally Posted by Solduios View Post

Why i know this is not a game but some the best anime sound tracks has to be from Last Exile..

 


While we're on the subject of great anime soundtracks, let me throw out a bit of a no-brainer into the fray

 

post #58 of 141

Don't know if its good but its free so enjoy, complete portal 2 soundtrack, over 3 hours of music :D
http://www.thinkwithportals.com/music.php

post #59 of 141
Is there a proper genre name for that hard/fast paced electronic/trance style that's present in most bemani (Beatmania, DJMax, Jubeat, Reflec Beat, etc.) games? And while I'm at it, could anyone give me any recommendations for artists who have this style?
This playlist is an example of what I'm looking for I guess: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbVd2abwRFY&list=PL0wgqqz2w109KP8_pFqfX1piTItNSl6Ng
post #60 of 141
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Originally Posted by Hente View Post

Is there a proper genre name for that hard/fast paced electronic/trance style that's present in most bemani (Beatmania, DJMax, Jubeat, Reflec Beat, etc.) games? And while I'm at it, could anyone give me any recommendations for artists who have this style?
This playlist is an example of what I'm looking for I guess: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbVd2abwRFY&list=PL0wgqqz2w109KP8_pFqfX1piTItNSl6Ng


not really, its maybe speedcore? but its just kind of regular electronic. The problem with sub genre's of electronic is that it's really dictated by the composer rather than an actual thing.

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