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  • Blog Post: Portal Songwriter Returns For Lego Dimensions – Hear The New Track Right Now

    Update: Jonathan Coulton published his new Portal song for Lego Dimensions on his Soundcloud account . You can here is by clicking play on the track below. Original story: The songwriter responsible for Portal and Portal 2’s lyrical closing credits is writing a new musical number for GLaDOS to... More
  • Blog Post: Halo 5 Beta Leak Reveals New/Old Musical Theme

    Halo 5's beta is inactive, but it received an update recently that revealed a familiar musical theme for the game. The theme was uploaded by the Halo memes YouTube channel , though it admits it is not the channel who discovered the theme. The Halo 5 beta that went offline in January, but can remain... More
  • Blog Post: Song Inspired By Hypothetical Half-Life 3 Will Make You Reach For Nearest Crowbar

    The wait for Half-Life 3 has been a long one, with fans creating videos , expansive mods , and even a remake of the entire first game in the meantime. Music producer and Half-Life fan Ryan Reedy has recently joined this group, composing a hypothetical track inspired by his anticipation for the series'... More
  • Blog Post: The Last Of Us Soundtrack Comes To Vinyl This Wednesday

    Considered by many to be one of the most beautifully presented video games of last or any console generation, The Last of Us features a compelling story of two very different people trying to survive in an infection-ravaged world. While the story was well-written and the gameplay was solid, the soundtrack... More
  • Blog Post: Jillian Aversa and Doug Perry's Musical Tribute To Nier Is Both Beautiful And Haunting

    Vocalist Jillian Aversa is no stranger to video game tributes. Her YouTube channel is full of game-themed music videos, ranging from The Legend of Zelda all the way to Metal Gear Solid. Her latest tribute, featuring Doug Perry, is a percussion and vocal arrangement of the "Song of the Ancients"... More
  • Blog Post: 'Amiibo Rap' Video Perfectly Parodies Pokérap

    Whether you care about Nintendo's collectible figures or not, there's no denying that they have become a phenomenon within the gaming community. With the latest video by D Piddy , the Amiibos are matched up with a blast from the past: the Pokérap from the Pokémon anime. In addition... More
  • Blog Post: Gotta Play 'Em All With Pokémon Jukebox App

    The Pokémon Company International launched the Pokémon Jukebox app today. This Android-exclusive app contains over 200 songs from most games in the beloved series. Pokémon Jukebox is free, with optional in-app purchases. Users can "encounter" up to three new songs a day... More
  • Blog Post: Resogun Soundtrack And Wipeout-Themed Ship DLC Out Today

    Update: The DLC is available now, and Sony confirms that the soundtrack is included in the $7.99 season pass. Original Story: Resogun is getting another burst of DLC, so you can save the last humans in new and exciting ways. First up is a bundle of five ships modeled after those featured in futuristic... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Rock Band 4 Or Guitar Hero Live?

    It's way too early to make a decision between the two (which technically you don't have to), but I am going to make you do it anyway. As the past has proven, there is no reason both of these games can't exist simultaneously. Each has their own distinct mechanics and likely exclusive songs... More
  • Blog Post: Give A Track From The New GTA V Album A Test Drive

    A new album to complement Grand Theft Auto V hits later this month, but you can listen to some tracks now. You don't just have to be behind a virtual wheel to listen to awesome music thanks to a new album called Welcome to Los Santos. The album was inspired by Grand Theft Auto V's original score... More
  • Blog Post: Grand Theft Auto V Music Album Available For Pre-order

    We all love blasting Grand Theft Auto V's radio while driving recklessly in-game, but now you can take that music with you anywhere. The Grand Theft Auto V inspired music album Welcome to Los Santos is available for pre-order today via iTunes. Presented and compiled by artists Oh No and Alchemist... More
  • Blog Post: Spotify Arrives On PlayStation Today, No Plus Required

    Sony has announced that Spotify will launch today on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. You don't need PlayStation Plus to use it, and it sounds like you don't need a Spotify premium membership. Spotify's paid program removes the ads, improves audio quality, and gives users access to music... More
  • Blog Post: Download Ori And The Blind Forest's Main Menu Music For Free

    Gareth Coker, composer for Ori and the Blind Forest, is offering the game's memorable menu music for free on his personal Soundcloud account. If you've played the game, then you will likely be familiar with the tune. It's the main menu theme, but it permeates the entire game. You can listen... More
  • Blog Post: Grab Ori And The Blind Forest's Soundtrack From iTunes

    Ori and the Blind Forest is a beautiful game with a beautiful soundtrack, and now you can now grab the latter separately. The composer for the game, Gareth Coker has an interesting educational background that sent him all over the world to hone his craft after graduating from Royal Academy of Music in... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Is Your Favorite Song From The Legend Of Zelda Series?

    Last weekend, we ran a poll asking you what game franchise has the best music. While Final Fantasy and Halo racked up a lot of support from our readers, The Legend of Zelda secured nearly 30% of the vote and came away with the victory. Now, we want to take it a step further. Even if you didn't vote... More
  • Blog Post: New Music To Debut In PC Version Of Grand Theft Auto V

    The original score of Grand Theft Auto V has inspired several artists to contribute to a new album that will be debuting in the PC release of the game. Welcome to Los Santos is an album featuring new music from various artists across multiple genres. The album is presented by The Alchemist and Oh No... More
  • Blog Post: In-Game Guitar Straps Will Not Be In Rock Band 4

    As someone who's put countless hours into the Rock Band series, I was excited to learn that Rock Band 4 is indeed in development. I spoke with the game's project manager before the news officially hit to ask a burning question: Now that the series is coming to PS4 and Xbox One, does that mark... More
  • Blog Post: Rock Band 4 Is Coming – Here’s What You Need To Know

    The Rock Band series went dark in April 2013, when Don McLean’s “American Pie” was released as a farewell track. Fans continued to play the music game at parties and with friends and families, but it looked like we’d seen the last of it. In January 2015, Harmonix released new... More
  • Blog Post: Check Your Mail, Because Club Nintendo Smash Bros. Soundtracks Are Arriving

    If you purchased both the Wii U and 3DS versions of Super Smash Bros., we hope you registered them with Club Nintendo. If you did, you’ll be receiving something in the mail soon. The two-disc “Smashing Soundtrack” includes 36 tracks from each of the versions. While game manuals might... More
  • Blog Post: New Final Fantasy Concert Album, Final Symphony, Now Available Digitally

    Today a new live Final Fantasy album composed of songs from Final Fantasy VI, VII, and X has been released. The album, Final Symphony, was composed by the London Symphony Orchestra and has been specifically mastered for iTunes and was also released on other digital storefronts. The recording of the album... More
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