Well damn. I haven’t played the game yet but I’ve enjoyed the soundtrack to the game for sure. The cool thing is someone uploaded the entire thing as one mega upload so here you go!! Enjoy the Diablo III OST!
Wolf 3d…my first FPS, my first PC game. This game scared the bejesus out of me in 1992. Being only 7 years old and going through labyrinths of Nazi’s, dogs, zombies with chest mounted guns and ultra killer bosses really pushed my limits as a young child and dealing with guns, blood and a really super bad ass soundtrack. 20 years later, I still play this game. I have the disc for it in my home office, I bought the XBLA version of it last year and beat it again. The game opened up a lot of things for me in terms of what I looked for in a video game now. However, the soundtrack is what really indulged me into the game. Repetitive, yes….aren’t all video game soundtracks at this time? Wolfenstein 3D was ahead of it’s time and I would like to celebrate by listening to the soundtrack that captivated me 2 decades ago. I highly suggest playing the game if you haven’t. Sure the graphics are horrendous by today’s standards and the sound is rather pathetic, but to me….it’s pure nostalgic gold. Enjoy a few tracks here and continue on with the playlist I’ll provide on YouTube. Some tracks are upbeat and weird, however some tracks are really ominous and dark. Those are the ones I enjoy the most. I hope you do too.
Super Meat Boy! One intense fast paced fun game with an intense fast paced soundtrack to go with it! Tons of electronic drum and bass beat type of music with some guitar riffs in there as well. Here is the playlist, check out the tracks then check out the game!
An amazing game with an amazing soundtrack. Final Fantasy VII was my gateway drug into the new age of RPG’s. Compelling story, characters, visuals and soundtrack really pulled the player into the game. I’ve made up a playlist to share with you all instead of spamming my blog with 7+ videos. Enjoy.
Epic, Legendary, Amazing. The score for the PC game World of Warcraft is truly one of the most nostalgic and memory enducing scores I’ve ever heard. These songs remind me of the first time I stepped into Stormwind, the quests in Azeroth (Which is the world you play in) and the epic battles fought within the game.
I spent many many many days logged onto this game. By days I mean hours put into it, I played WoW from release and continued on with two more expansions. WoW was my first MMORPG and honestly when I started playing it, I wasn’t sure what to expect. It sucked me in and stole my life for a couple of years. Still one of the best games I’ve ever played and one of the most fulfilling and satisfying games ever. If you’ve ever taken down a big boss with 39 other people you know what I mean.
I honestly miss this game. Everything about it was great. The music just makes the game that much better. HORDE FTW! Orc Warrior and Undead Warlock!
Being released on the SNES back in 1993, Super Metroid pushed the limits of the system and exceeded our expectations visually and musically. The music is brilliant and really sets the tone for what is going on and where you are within the planets deep and dark tunnels. Super Metroid’s OST still to this day is relevant, beautiful and still possesses that epic feel it did nearly 20 years ago. If you’ve played this game, you will know what I’m talking about. The music will make you feel very nostalgic. If you haven’t played this game, go fucking do it. It’s one of the best games in the world.
Here is some music from the amazing television show on ShoTime, Dexter. The music in Dexter is perfect and really adds to each and every scene it is in. Whether it is the goofy intro, the serious stalking moments or a twist in the story; the music always makes the scene that much better. Also, some of it is just catchy as hell. Especially the intro song: so sit back, relax and listen to the music from the TV hit series, Dexter. Oh, and Happy Halloween!
Composed by Daniel Licht
I want to share with you a movie score that is epic and truly adds to the movie. I love this soundtrack.
THIS IS SPARTA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Composer: Tyler Bates
Today marks the first Saturday in which I start playing some tunes from a random soundtrack or something I’d like to recommend. It can be a soundtrack to a video game, movie or TV show…anything! Today I’m going to play some stuff from one of my favorite video games. Welcome to the Saturday Morning Soundtrack.
Today I will play for you some tracks from the old school FPS game from id Software, DOOM. Composed by Bobby Prince, DOOM was heavily influenced by metal/rock and ambient doom. DOOM offered some of the best tunes to kill demons to, this music constantly got stuck in my head as a kid and still does to this day. Sometimes slow and scary, sometimes rocking the fuck out, DOOM was an amazing soundtrack. So either start up the game or sit back and hit play button. Enjoy the music of DOOM.
Here is the very first song you will hear when starting your game:
One of my favorite songs on this game:
Spooky as fuck:
Another personal favorite:
Pantera: Mouth For War – Doom version:
Creepy end game music: