From Guitar Hero to Grand Theft Auto, new research into Spotify data has revealed all the video game soundtracks listeners are tuning in for.
Had some cool tracks in the game so I get it. The man who sold the world was a great way to open the game and really set the tone for the intro level.
I only got halfway through it so I'm not an expert but I never noticed the soundtrack much. It does have Take On Me apparently so credit for that. GTA games have the best licensed soundtracks I've heard, I'd say Vice City is my favourite. I'd probably go with Hollow Knight as the best original soundtrack.
You need to play with the sound on
Doesn't make a lot of noise these days, I realised it was boring and deleted it.
I played this on PC and I'm curious to know how it'll look on series x and ps5
But it’s based on licensed tracks so not really saying anything. Wow like every one of the top games for best game soundtracks look like they’re based on licensed tracks :/.
Well of course it does. It does start out with Bowie.
Actually, MGSV version isn’t Bowie. https://youtu.be/IU2wBKoDOz... That was kind of the point of the game 😉
Not surprising. It has an incredible soundtrack and one of the best this gen.
Sins of the Father and Quiet's theme are two of the best video game tracks of all time and they are in the same game.
"I'M NUCLEEEARRRR I'M WIIIILLDDD"
MGSV sound track was pretty crap to go along with the average game it was. The first 4 games soundtracks were incredible and still listen to them to this day. I wish the whole series sound tracks were on Spotify.
I didn't realize there was 537 tracks in MGSV. That's an insanely large sound track.
I'm a sucker for that score & soundtrack from Red Dead 2. I spotify those a lot.
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