It’s that time again. Time to write another entry in my series of best game music ever made. Now, to be clear. This is my opinion. So, if you dislike a track, that’s good. It would be scary if we had the exact same taste. Anyways, give these tracks a listen and read the explanation I wrote next to the box-art. Maybe you find new music for your music library or maybe even new games to play. Apart from the story, I’m very into how a game draws people in and music is a big part in that. Generally, I’m look at content as an exterminator. I ask myself: “Why do people like this?”. I want to learn from that to bring even better content. Yeah. But before we start, let me say the usual again. In this article, only one track of a game for each article. If I like other tracks as well, that means I have to put them at another article. Feel free to leave a comment on this article with your opinion on this article and / or the tracks.
#1: Kirby’s Adventure Wii (Wii) – Super Ability
I have only started playing this game rather recently. I’m even planning to write a first impression on it rather soon.
This game is full of amazing tracks. Sadly, they don’t always fit the scenery quite well. It’s such a shame.
This adventure isn’t a simple remake of the gameboy classic under the same name. Well, nearly the same name, with the “Wii” dropped.
This track is very upbeat and energetic. You can feel the power in your remote. In a way. This track is one of the main reasons why playing with the super ability is so much fun!
So, if you want to know my opinion of the game, keep an eye on my blog when I post the first impression of it. Otherwise, when I don’t find the time, here is my opinion in short. It’s one of the best Kirby games I have played. But there are some minor flaws that take away from the game.
#2: Alice: Madness Returns (PC ~ Steam) – Combat Theme
Recently, I have written a first impression article about this game. I’m still quite surprised how this game has such a short OST from the results I get from Google.
Most likely, I was derping up when I looked for the full soundtrack. Why did I look for the full soundtrack? Well, I can’t fully decide which one of the tracks is my favorite one.
Most, if not all, of the tracks in the soundtrack of this game are good candidates for making it up on my list. They are just amazing and fun to listen to.
They draw you into the game without any problem at all. I want to finish this game for more reasons then the music alone.
I know that this is a sequel. Normally I always play the original first. But I wasn’t able to find the original. If somebody finds the original copy online somewhere, feel free to contact me. I’m quite interested to play the first game.
#3: Tetris (Gameboy) – Theme A.
Some of you are having nostalgia right now for sure. I wish I put the music here from Tetris DX but that might be for another article. Since I have selected this track for this article.
And dayum, does this game have some big nostalgic memories for me. I have played this game to pieces. At one point I even had three copies of this game. I wanted to play this game with friends… so yeah, I got copies from garage sales and such.
This game is one of the first actual games I played in my life. For many, it’s Pokémon or Pac-Man… But for me it’s Tetris. Maybe that’s why I have such a big love for puzzle games. I started out with one of the biggest titles in puzzle game history.
And to close off this part, did you know that Tetris is one of the main reasons why the Gameboy was so popular? Yeah, look it up. Or I might talk about it in another article.
#4: Tomb Raider (PC) – Adventure Found Me!
Tomb Raider Survivor Box-Art.
This short but sweet introduction track is one I played on replay when I was writing my notes for Alan Wake or my Tomb Raider articles. It just fits the mood of those kinds of games.
But I fell in love with this track when I heard this remixed into a hardstyle track. Kodex remixed this music, with the actual voice acting and such into their track.
And the quote, is actually one of my life quotes. Apart from the “Valour, for thy name is education.” … This is the quote I life by:
A famous explorer once said, that the extraordinary is in what we do, not who we are. I’d finally set out to make my mark; to find adventure. But instead adventure found me. In our darkest moments, when life flashes before us, we find something; Something that keeps us going. Something that pushes us.
Yeah, it inspired me to do great things. Like starting a blog and meeting new people. It has been quite an adventure!
#5: Pandora’s Tower (Wii) – 1st Master Theme
Now we didn’t get the Devil May Cry on the Wii, yet this game is extremely close. It feels like a clone of Devil May Cry but with some JRPG elements mixed in.
This game’s plot is leaning towards the “already seen before” area. Yet, it’s highly interesting.
Now, I have to stop myself, since I want to write a full article about this game in the near future.
I haven’t gotten far into the game just yet but what I have seen was amazing. I can only complement the game for that.
I totally enjoy the music in this game, it nails the atmosphere and it’s extreme fun to play. I’m currently playing this game together with “A Shadow’s Tale” on my Wii. These two titles are the perfect way to blow off dust of my Wii.
So, to close off the last game of this article, I advice you to keep an eye on my blog. Soon, there will be an article of this game.
Well, that was another music article of mine. I hope you enjoyed reading it and listing to the amazing music I have picked out for you guys.
Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter, I post updates often there. Like how I almost broke my baby toe and that I was unable to write for a day because of that. Believe me, it stings quite bad. And then you are glad that some nice game music can take your head from the pain.
So, that might have been too much information for some. Anyways, I hope to welcome you at another article. Take care guys!