A Few Of The Best And Outstanding Video Game Songs
They set the tone for the gameplay, drive us straight into the action, and as the list down below points out, they are truly one of the main things we recall about our particular video gaming experiences.
These are the top, most unforgettable tracks as well as scores from my favorite video game titles. Prepare yourselves, we are going to get nostalgic.
This was back in the golden age of handhelds and in which a color Game Boy was the end result of a paint accident, not an answer to the GameGear. Just listening to this tune gives me the chills. One, because it is very specific and identifiable. Two, I usually used to have fun with Tetris prior to going the dentist, which gave me chills for a whole, another reason.
Super Mario Brothers
This is one more song which would teleport you back to your childhood years. The moment this track came on, it absolutely was as though I was back in my old basement, with absolutely nothing but a small NES controller and a box of dunkaroos. They just don’t come up with them like they used to (game titles that is, dunkaroos I do think continue to be around). This song has actually been remixed more times than Cher, yet remain true to the original, and you will remember exactly why this theme song is among the all-time best.
Sonic The Hedgehog
I played this one almost entirely 3raja on the GameGear. Sure it was a bit heavy, but the way that music pumped through those sound systems like lightning through a bottle made me feel like I actually owned the whole world in my palms. This game single-handedly got me through summer trips to Hilton Head and back (it is quite hard traveling in a car full of sisters). Remember going up against Dr. Robotnik? Have fun playing the above video game and it would be impossible to forget about.
This is the game which broke in my Playstation. The gameplay was impressive, and to this very day makes it one of, if not the, greatest driving game titles ever made. That being said, I am unsure if I have ever seen this intro video from start to finish and as cinematic and fantastic as it would be, I often just skipped my way to the game itself. Try it out above, and make you have an old copy of the video game handy since you are gonna immediately would like to play it.
Metal Gear Solid
Most likely my favorite video game of all time, this game had everything: storyline, characters, remarkable game play (although I hated going all the way back to the armory to get the PSG-1 and then finally comprehending exactly what Diazepam was for