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  • Blog Post: Devil May Cry Soundbox Available Now, Contains Soundtracks From The First Four Games

    Sumthing Else Music Works announced today that it secured a licensing deal with Capcom to release a collection of Devil May Cry soundtracks known as the Devil May Cry Sound Box. The collection, which is available for purchase now, contains the soundtracks for the first four Devil May Cry games. The collection... More
  • Blog Post: Here's A Very Enthusiastic Rendition Of The Pokémon TV Show Theme Song On Kazoo

    Anyone can play the kazoo, but it takes a certain type of talent and enthusiasm to make the act an impossible to look away spectacle. Which leads us to Tsuko G., a kazoo maestro we have featured before with his rendition of the Super Smash Bros. theme . Below you will find Tsuko's latest video, which... More
  • Blog Post: Persona Site May Be Teasing Persona 5's Protagonist

    A Persona teaser site, which recently announced a Persona live concert, appears to be teasing the identity of Persona 5's protagonist. You can check out the teaser site here , which features the image you see above. On the left and right are Persona 3 and 4's protagonist respectively, but in... More
  • Blog Post: Scarlet Moon Records Releases Final Fantasy Christmas EP

    If you've ever wondered why there aren't more remixes of Final Fantasy songs as Christmas tunes you can rest assured that you aren't the only one. Just in time for the holidays the folks over at Scarlet Moon Records (with the help of various composers) have put together a five track EP featuring... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation UK Celebrates 20th Anniversary With An Eight-Minute Medley Of Game Music Covers

    PlayStation Access, a UK arm of the PlayStation brand, paired up with YouTube musician SquidPhysics and his friends to put together a musical salute to some of the most-loved games ever played on a PlayStation console. If you’ve played any one of these games, it’s time for another nostalgia... More
  • Blog Post: Listen To An Exclusive Track From The Tokyo Philharmonic's Performance Of Square Enix Music

    In 2012, the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra performed sold-out concerts featuring music from some of Square Enix’s biggest titles. Included in the setlist was music from Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross, Secret of Mana, and Kingdom Hearts. It’s understandable if you happened to miss... More
  • Blog Post: Grab D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die's Soundtrack

    D4, the bizarre murder-mystery, time-hopping game from the mind behind Deadly Premonition, has released its soundtrack online. You can find and stream the soundtrack here , or you can head there to buy the two discs for $14.99 each. For our review of D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die, head here . [Source... More
  • Blog Post: Here’s The Full Track List For Grand Theft Auto V On Xbox One And PS4

    With Grand Theft Auto V making its new-gen debut tomorrow, we’ve had a lot of questions about the new music. Thankfully, Rockstar was kind enough to share with us the full track list, including the new additions on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Without further ado, here are the tunes you’ll... More
  • Blog Post: Mega Ran's Next Album Releasing On CD, Vinyl, and NES Cartridge

    Mega Ran, a popular rapper who makes "chip-hop" versions of classic game songs, recently started a Kickstarter campaign to fund distribution of his documentary Mega Lo Mania as well as his upcoming CD " Wouldn't Miss It For The World ". The Kickstarter quickly reached its funding... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Which Game Has Your Favorite Soundtrack?

    Despite game music becoming more orchestral and/or contemporary over the decades, soundtracks have always been a vital part of the experience. We’re curious which of them holds the most meaning for you. With Halo: The Master Chief Collection out in a few days, it’s hard to ignore the iconic... More
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Video Game Concert Featuring Silent Hill And Castlevania Composers To Be Streamed Online

    VConcert is an upcoming video game concert featuring a number of well-known video game composers and musicians, and you will be able to watch the whole thing online. Performers include Akira Yamaoka (Silent Hill) Michiru Yamane (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night), The Megas (Megaman tribute band), C418... More
  • Blog Post: Sing Along With GTA V’s CD And Vinyl Limited Edition Soundtracks

    To celebrate the upcoming release of Grand Theft Auto V on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC , Rockstar is packaging up the soundtrack for collectors. You’ll be able to purchase the 59-track collection on CD or, if you prefer the pure sound of a phonograph, vinyl. The CD bundle includes three discs... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft's Xbox Music Will End Free Service

    Microsoft's streaming music service will soon become subscriber-only. According to this FAQ posted on the official Xbox site: "Effective December 1, 2014, the free Xbox Music streaming feature currently available on Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and over the Internet will be discontinued in all countries... More
  • Blog Post: Here's Over Four Hours Of Nintendo 64 Music Ranked In Terms Of Quality

    YouTube channel AccordingToSCIENCE listened to every piece of Nintendo 64 music, and ranked the top 100 in a four hour YouTube video. You can check out the video below which was curated by Rawkhawk and GreatGonzales. The two listened to more than 2000 songs featured in N64 games accumulating more than... More
  • Blog Post: Diggin' In The Carts Explores Japanese Video Game Music History

    Long before RPGs took off in the states, they were a phenomenon in Japan. But the RPG genre wouldn't have been nearly has iconic without the music that made those games so memorable. Red Bull Music talked to some of the best Japanese video game composers from the 8- and 16-bit era in their Diggin'... More
  • Blog Post: Next Gen Grand Theft Auto V Expands FlyLo FM Station

    Last year's Grand Theft Auto V featured a radio station called FlyLo FM, hosted by artist Flying Lotus. This year, for the release of the PS4 and Xbox One versions, Flying Lotus returned to the studio to add at least 30 minutes of new content to the game. The new version of Grand Theft Auto V will... More
  • Blog Post: Banjo-Kazooie Composer Posts Entire Soundtrack Online For Download

    Grant Kirkhope, composer for Rare who created the Banjo-Kazooie soundtrack along with many others, has posted the soundtrack in its entirety online for download. When we say the entire soundtrack, we mean everything. Among the 164 tracks, you will find familiar tunes, but you will also find the small... More
  • Blog Post: New Tribute Album Reminds Us Why We Love Metroid So Much

    Super Marcato Bros.' Will Brueggemann has released a 20-track tribute album to Nintendo's beloved Metroid series, and the offerings make us eager to relive Samus Aran's glory days. The album is called Child of the Chozo, and features tracks in three distinct styles, inspired by Metroid's... More
  • Blog Post: Panzer Dragoon And Suikoden Composers To Release New Collaboration Album

    Two renowned video game composers are teaming up for a brand new album filled with music from and inspired by the Panzer Dragoon series, Crimson Dragon, and Crimson Dragon: Side Story. The album will also feature a guest appearance by Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu. Akane, a new ensemble comprised... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Orchestrating A Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Demo

    Square Enix is giving players a chance at a dress rehearsal of sorts, with the news that a demo for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call is on its way. The download, which is available on the 3DS' eShop, lets would-be conductors/heroes a chance to try out a pair of tracks from the game, while unlocking... More
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