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Discussion in 'General Gaming and Hardware Forum' started by R.Graves, May 3, 2016.
Red Alert 2.
Anyone ever play Wild Arms?
Though RA2's music is good, nothing tops the original Hell March.
To this day I still think this is the best boss music in the Metal Gear Solid series.
I honestly think Hells March 2 is equal to the original.
Its a different sort of music, but has the same tune going on.
Hells March 3 is the shit one.
I can't get into Hell March 3. No disrespect to Frank Klepacki, I just prefer the first two.
Of course you can't get into Hells March 3, its for Red Alert 3, which is trash.
I'm going to post basically the same thing as I posted in that nostalgia thread a while ago where we posted our childhood games, because these games have genuienly really good theme tunes.
I will now break the mold and share one of the worst videogame musics I ever heard. The credits theme of X-Men Children of the Atom game.
I remember beating that game the first time on my PSX and this is what I got...
Since this site doesn't allow Youtube specific time shares on embedded media I can only share the link (and also converts the direct links into the media embedded format).
X-men.... Yes... ...
Repost from discord
Mount & Blade has a soundtrack that holds up pretty well, even after a couple hundred hours of play.
Also there's alternate version based of rider of the east OST with more musical instrument albeit more short (i guess it play whenever you were outnumbered), from the Age of Charlemagne expansion.
It's easier to do it this way.
Earthworm Jim anyone?
And for you Genesis lovers:
JRPGS don't get lots of love here, so I'm gonna say one of my favorites is Chrono Trigger.
I played a lot of the game as a kid and fell in love with it, and the soundtrack is phenomenal for what the SNES can do. I still get chills from hearing some of the tracks.
A fan favorite, Corridors of Time:
One of my favorites, Schala's Theme:
And Zeal Palace:
Frog's Theme is awesome too
The whole OST is great and if you haven't played the game, you should. Even though it's a JRPG, it's bearable. It got rid of all those pesky random attacks, and it has a good story to back that up too. Great game, and awesome soundtrack.
Metal arms anyone?
I remember that game it was so fun I remember making my own kingdom and taking over the entire map.
Screw it, actually the whole soundtrack is awesome. And I recommend listening the remixes done by Dan Goodale. He not only put fantastic effort to them, but also rearranged tracks that are included in-game, but not in official soundtrack list.
LIFE IS STRANGE:
There are no words.
I still listen to all the Street Fighter stages.