I'm really getting in to blogging recently :D I'm finding that it is really cool way of conecting with people alike. So while I've made myself break from composing music
I thought of making a list of the music tracks from the games I've played i thought ware brilliant. I will release the list in few parts ( because I'm too busy to do it in one go ). This is not my top favorites list since I admire most of those tracks equaly.
Legend of Zelda: A link to The Past - Overworld Theme
Composer: Koji Kondo
The list opens Overworld Theme which is the most iconic Zelda track ever composed i think. Easily recognizable and it's full of adventure, excitement and energy. Once you hear it you'll never forget it. I'm always nerding out whenever i hear it!
Assassin's Creed - Chase Theme
Composer: Jesper Kyd
I think that first AC game was highly unappreciated. Even though the amount of recycled missions ware horrible, i still think that the game had most interesting setting, good reward system and best ost from all the installments in the series.
A mixture of meadle eastern motive with modern electronic ambience and heavy druming created unique and magical atmosphere.
Chaos Legion OST - [Boss BGM] Choir of Curse
Composer: Hideyuki Fukasawa
Chaos Legion Was pretty bad game. Bad graphics and boring and repetitive gameplay. But the thing that stand out for me was that insane electro-classical music that made my blood pumping fast. Just totally rocks!
Warcraft 2 Soundtrack - Human 02
( if anyone knows please let me know cause i can't find his name)
Here's another classic this time from blizzard. Although the samples used sound a bit dated by todays standards, it's heroic enough to make you want kick orc's arses but melodic enough to remember it! Over all the whole ost is great. :)
ONI Soundtrack: "Konoko Chase"
Composers: Paul Sebastien, Martin O'Donnell, Michael Salvatori
Old school electro track from the first Bungie game ONI. Worked perfect within the game's high-octane cyberpunk setting.
Hope you enjoyed it and you will come back for the next part.
See you space cowboys!