Turn up the volume and get ready for an hour of 2013’s best game music! We play and discuss some of our favorite tracks this year. Also, SteamWorld Dig.
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0:00 – Intro
1:48 – Viewer Mail
5:50 – SteamWorld Dig
12:30 – Best Game Music of 2013
62:48 – Outro
This Week’s Music:
Selections from Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn by Masayoshi Soken
Listen to all the songs featured on this week’s episode with this playlist!
Or buy the full albums here:
No Redemption – Official DMC Devil May Cry Soundtrack – Combichrist: iTunes – Amazon
DMC Devil May Cry Original Game Soundtrack – Noisia: iTunes – Amazon
Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Original Game Soundtrack – Joe Hisaishi: iTunes – Amazon
Mighty Switch Force! 2 Official Soundtrack – Jake Kaufman: Bandcamp
Remember Me Original Soundtrack – Olivier Deriviere: iTunes – Amazon
Runner2 Original Soundtrack – Petrified Productions: Loudr – Amazon
Splinter Cell Blacklist – Various Artists: iTunes – Amazon
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Original Game Soundtrack – Power Glove: iTunes – Amazon
Metal Gear Rising Revengeance Vocal Tracks – Jamie Christopherson: iTunes – Amazon
Super Motherload Original Soundtrack – Eric Cheng: Bandcamp – Amazon
Nice. I enjoyed the music episode. You may have forgotten Rayman Legends. That came out in 2013, didn’t it?
I could be mistaken, but I don’t think any of us have actually played it yet. (!) :/
I’m not a Rayman fan but I’ll make sure to check out the soundtrack!
Great selections & many I would have chosen myself. I would have added the them from The Last Of Us for sure though. http://youtu.be/ssLAf5akbfU
The Last of Us theme would have been my fifth song! That or the ending theme–they were both excellent accompaniment to some powerful moments. I love the more minimal, pensive stuff on the soundtrack, too. It suits the game’s atmosphere and tone so well.
“theme” that is
How could there be no mention of K.K.?
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