Video Game music huh? I've always found the soundtracks to the Sim City games to be fantastic. I particularly love the Sim City 4 soundtrack. Tracks like Terrain, Arctica, Parallel View, Oasis, EpiCenter, and The Morning Commute are beautiful. I also find the soundtracks for Ace Combat series' Shattered Skies and Unsung War to be amazing.
I occasionally hear this Sim City 4 soundtrack in commercials and bit of it were recycled in the Spore soundtrack.
Ace Combat Shattered Skies sample from the big mission...
Sega Mega Drive's Sonic 1 & 2 as well as Streets of Rage were pretty good throughout the various stages and it's something the later releases couldn't match (Sonic and Knuckles had a few gems mind). I suppose without the nostalgia element the tunes won't seem that special to younglings but even now i'll occasionally listen to them in the background on YT when i'm working on something-Not forgetting O' Donnell and Campbell's contributions of course I think i'm safe in saying that the mid 80's to early 90's was when keyboard was at it's best!
Slightly more modern I'm also quite a fan of the rousing Sons of Liberty theme.
Honestly the Mega Man franchise is one of those series when most games you go into, the music is ALWAYS good. I'm particularly fond of the PSX game music such as X4-X6's, Mega Man 8, Rockman Complete Works, and the Legends series.
Sonic's particularly close as well, and I actually like both soundtracks for Sonic CD.
harperman: Also i have read up to 149 of 376 ERS Volumes
May 12, 2021 22:47:47 GMT
zeldatheswordsm: Railway modelling hot take: Daylight under the boiler is overrated in OO, and it might be best to glue acetate shielding behind it on locos that have it to mitigate dust inflow. Especially locos where the body is actually screwed to the chassis.
May 12, 2021 23:19:41 GMT
Engine 87546: Happy 76th anniversary to The Three Railway Engines. Published on May 12th, 1945.
May 13, 2021 1:22:50 GMT
harperman: I Have also read through the entirety of ERS Novel 6
May 13, 2021 14:54:41 GMT