Who doesn’t play video games? While you’re rescuing princess, flinging birds, and shooting bad guys how much attention do you pay to the music in the game?
We highlight 5 amazing video game albums that you must get.
5 Amazing Video Game Albums
- #5 Video Games Live Level 2 by the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra (Affiliate Link)
- Mario Solo Piano Medley
- The Legend of Zelda Suite
- Megaman Montage
- Warcraft Montage
- #4 The Advantage by The Advantage (Affiliate Link)
- Mario 3 Underworld
- Goonies 2
- Bionic Commando P.O.W. Camp
- Super Mario Bros. 2 Underworld
- #3 The Greatest Video Game Music by the London Philharmonic Orchestra (Affiliate Link)
- Angry Birds Main Theme
- World of Warcraft Season of War
- Tetris Theme
- #2 Super Mario History 1985-2010 by Koji Kondo (Affiliate Link)
- Super Mario Bros Ground Theme
- Super Mario Bros 3 Athletic Theme
- Super Mario Bros 2 Ground Theme
- Super Mario Sunshine Delfino Plaza
- #1 Final Fantasy VII original Sound Track by Nobuo Uematsu (Affiliate Link) (the 111 track, 5.9hr long version is ideal)
- Honeybee Manor
- Still More Fighting
- Waltz De Chocobo
- Opening Bombing Mission
- Video Games Live Level 1 by Slovak National Symphony Orchestra
- Warcraft Suite
- Civilization IV Medley
- Kingdom Hearts
- Medal of Honor
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