I'm sure the title will cause some to argue and proceed to list many worthy songs that did not make the cut, but the London Philharmonic Orchestra's album The Greatest Video Game Music is a good sampling of tunes taken from more recent mainstream hits.
It's available digitally from Amazon for $1.99 when you use the code "GAMESMP3." The price is certainly right. This promo offer is valid through November 30, so there is plenty of time to dismantle your couch in search of long-lost spare change.
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