My three favourite soundtracks from videogames are :
1 - Xenoblade Cronicles
2 - Metal Gear Rising
3 - Journey
I will just say that every song from the games I chosed motivated me to keep playing them (they are great games themselves , but the soundtracks just finish making them my favourite games) I hope you enjoy those soundtracks if you haven't before
Last Edit: Aug 14, 2015 20:31:57 GMT by Oliveriver
Kind of surprised EVO: Search for Eden isn't here. Basically, it's a 2d sidescroller where you evolve from the age of fish to the age of mammals, fighting whatever threats to the "balance of nature" exist on your main quest to become Gaia's partner to rule the world. On the way, you find crystals that are disrupting natural evolution (causing giant insects, Tyrannosaurus rexes, etc).
This theme plays in the early stages in the age of fish (Cambrian-Devonian).
This theme plays in the age of fish when you're on the road to overthrow giant sharks trying to prevent life on land, as well as the levels preceding your fight against the T.rexes.
When you unlock the flying body (pteranodon) in the age of dinosaurs, you unlock a level in the sky with this peaceful theme playing.
I had a quick go at editing a few posts to put the videos in spoilers to see if it would improve loading times. It didn't. Unfortunately that means there's no way to embed large numbers of videos without massive load times. Try posting just the links instead as much as possible from now on, like in Cobalt's post.
Last Edit: Aug 14, 2015 20:36:37 GMT by Oliveriver
I'm personally feeling rather nostalgic and suddenly sort of happened upon this thread, so here's a particular song I could (try to) dance to back in Pokémon Colosseum, Miror B.'s theme ("Retro Groove"):
And who could forget Super Mario 64's "Main Theme"? Especially while being chased around by that enormous Chain Chomp on those rolling hills:
Words cannot describe the amount of time I devoted or fun I had while playing Dragon Quest IX's Sentinels of the Starry Skies, so without further ado, here's the marvelous "Overture" from the opening video: