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Submitted by Pozzle 596d ago | opinion piece

Ten of the Scariest Video Game Music Tracks

UnrealityMag writes: In retrospect this probably would have been a better post for around Halloween rather than a day after New Years, but I didn’t think of it until now so here we are.

I’ve done lists of badass video game music before, but in-game tracks have the power to make us feel any number of emotions. Here, we have songs that make us feel anywhere from uneasy to downright terrified.

Some of these are from non-horror games, and a few can be played in MIDI form, but they’re still pretty damn scary. (Final Fantasy VII, Left 4 Dead, Pokemon, PS2, PS3, Retro, Silent Hill 3, Super Mario 64, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Xbox 360)

jtenma  +   596d ago
I thought I was the only one scared of Lavender town :(
cpayne93  +   596d ago
Lavender Town creeped everyone out... But we all loved ot listen to it all the same. I still do.
Kanzes  +   596d ago
Demon's Souls intro sould be on the list! It's giving me a goosebumps
majiebeast  +   596d ago
Super metroid intro like the sounds with the metroid creeped me out as a kid. Also anything that has to do with HL2's Ravenholm that part gave me nightmares.
Trunkz Jr  +   596d ago
The Windmill Song is far from scary, it's actually very enjoyable ^^ you should of made that #5.

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