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GTA V is top soundtrack for second year running

The soundtrack for Grand Theft Auto V is the top-selling video game album for the second year in a row.

The album comfortably outsold the second place Destiny soundtrack, which is also enjoying its second year
in the charts.

The highest charting new game soundtrack was Halo 5: Guardians, which reached third place, missing out on No.2 by just under £200.

In total, £283,356 was spent on video games-related music in 2015, according to the Official Charts Company.

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DarkOcelet984d ago

MGSV has some excellent soundtrack too.

KyRo984d ago

But also the least memorable of the series.

fatalis95984d ago

Its all thanks to El sondito

Kyosuke_Sanada984d ago (Edited 984d ago )

Even thought I've only put like 6 to 7 months of time before quitting Destiny, the soundtrack was excellent (Siege Dancers being my favourite track.) and I am glad that people still have love original game music instead of radio favourites.

Jmanzare984d ago

Letting Marty O'Donnell go was such a bad idea.

esmittystud101984d ago

Games should just spend the extra money and have a decent amount of songs in there games. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain was good (best setup as well), GTAV was good. I can't think of anything else in my collection that actually has songs in them, nothing but just music. Some games pull off the "soundtrack" part of the game with just having great sound effects in general and decent background music.

- Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection
- The Witcher 3
- Assassin's Creed: Syndicate
- Bloodborne
- Dying Light
- Wolfenstein: The New Order

Jmanzare984d ago

Ehhhh gta had no metal at all.. wasn't a fan.

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