When it comes to how great a game is, there are many things that people talk about. Most players attribute the greatness of a game to the addictive gameplay, beautiful graphics, a compelling story, or fluid controls. Most reviewers in this day and age would follow suit: gameplay is the most important, followed somehow by graphics, story, and controls. Music in video games, however, can’t hold a candle to other elements of gaming in their importance. This week in the Unsung Heroes column, I want to show that video game music is far better than most people give credit for.