It’s time to talk about some more amazing tracks from games. Normally, I have a rule that I have to use the original music from the game. But in this article, I will also talk about some tracks that are related to games but aren’t in any game. So far example, a song with various quotes from a game. In any case, the rule that one track per game still applies. So, I hope you enjoy these tracks. And as per usual, feel free to write a comment with your opinion on the tracks, games and/or your opinion on the content of this article!
(Hardstyle) Markove – Reawaken (Quotes from Bioshock Infinite)
So, around the one-minute mark of this hardstyle track… You are greeted with a quote from Elizabeth from Bioshock Infinite. When I heard that quote, the memories of this game came flooding back to me.
Hardstyle is one of my favorite genres. I love melodic hardstyle. And honestly, when it’s combined with quotes or references from one of my favorite game series, then it’s even better.
When you like hardstyle or music with a lot of bass; you owe it yourself to check this track out!
(Trance) SkyMarshall Arts – Monkey Island (Quotes from the Monkey Island series)
Review of Escape from Monkey Island
First Impression of Tales From Monkey Island
SkyMarshall Arts is a DJ that makes a lot of different game-inspired music. He made songs about various games like Portal, DooM, Resident Evil and Monkey Island.
This song appeared on his “Nintendo Generation” album. On his own website, he explains the history of the album.
The song is really catchy and is quite fun to listen too. As a Monkey Island fan, it’s one of my favorite songs.
It’s a nice compilation of some great quotes from the games and the actual theme song. Honestly, I have the impression that this could be used right at the end of a game in the series; when the credits are rolling.
(Original) Undertale – Hopes and Dreams
So, I wanted to talk about Undertale for so long… So, here I go. The reason I’m not writing a review or a first impression for this game is because this game has been covered well enough.
Also, I haven’t finished the game yet. I know, shocking. But hey, it’s on my “to finish” list.
Undertale doesn’t need an introduction. It’s a very well known game. Maybe in the future, I’ll write an article about it. But for now, we have this amazing track from the game to listen to. Seriously, this track is very lively and one of my favorites in the game.
(Original) Rise Of The Tomb Raider – The Observatory
So, recently I have finished this game called “Rise Of The Tomb Raider” on PC. I wanted to finish this game sooner but there were just so many good games coming out in early 2016.
This game was an amazing sequel to the original Tomb Raider reboot from 2013. I’m very happy that this game finally came to PC since I had a blast playing this game.
I’m going to try and not talk too much about this game since I’m planning to write a review about this game.
But seriously, I played this game with some amazing headphones and that made the music even stronger. The atmosphere that this track brings while exploring tombs and various other locations is just amazing.
During this track, I stopped exploring and just moved the camera slowly around Lara. The visuals and the world design is pretty well done in this game and is a sight to behold. Thank you, Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix for this amazing adventure and the amazing music that came with it!
(Techno) Basshunter – DotA (Song about playing DotA)
Okay, time for a disclaimer. I haven’t played DotA, nor am I playing to play DotA. But why do I bring up this song?
Well, because this track from Basshunter introduced me to electronic music which is has been my favorite genre since.
This song made my 13-year-old mind interested in electronic music and got has its hooks in my since. So, yeah this song has some strong childhood memories for me. Now, I wonder… Which game(-related) track has some strong childhood memories for you while you have never played the game it’s about? Feel free to tell me in the comments.
It’s time to wrap up this article. Something became quite clear to me. When I want to talk about a game without writing a separate article about it, I write about it in this series.
In any case, I hope you enjoyed reading this article as much as I enjoyed writing this one. I’m quite curious to see which tracks you guys & girls like.
Have a great rest of your day and I hope to be able to welcome you in another article. But until then, game on!