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Massage your ears with the latest Game Music Bundle

Nov 29 // Alasdair Duncan

There's songs from some of the best games this year included

In the Destructoid office we're finalizing our end-of-year awards and one category that I always look forward to is Soundtrack of the Year. Thankfully the sixth Game Music Bundle is here to give me a good reminder about what titles had really good music. 

For just $1, you'll get the soundtracks for Braid, Dust: An Elysian Tale, Famaze, Rogue Legacy and Electronic Super Joy. If you feel like splashing out $10, you'll get the soundtracks to titles like Guacamelee!, Kentucky Route Zero, Pivvot, Risk of Rain and The Stanley Parable.

All in all, you'll get 24 albums worth of music for $10 which is an absolute steal. I've been liking the Kentucky Route Zero album a lot and Guacamelee! had some great tunes too. Personally speaking, there's only one glaring omission from the bundle and that's the haunting soundtrack to The Yawhg by Dualryan. It's available on their Bandcamp page though, so pick that up too.


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Alasdair Duncan is that bearded, bespectacled Scotsman that covers PC gaming that is not Fraser Brown. A long time Destructoid community member and forum moderator, he covers adventure, puzzle, F... full profile | More staff profiles

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