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Would you spend $50 on a video game soundtrack? Here's a better question: What would a video game soundtrack have to include and feature to justify a $50 price tag? Square-Enix is taking a stab at tempting the fanatical and faithful into purchasing the complete Final Fantasy XIV OST, and the studio...

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The original soundtrack for Mega Man 5 is now available for $8.95 on Capcom's official shop; it's almost as if they planned its release to coincide with the debut of Mega Man 5 on the 3DS Virtual Console. What a weird coincidence! At 57 hot jams long, Mega Man 5's soundtrack was composed by Mari...

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A digital version of Mega Man 3's official soundtrack is now available through Capcom's equally intangible web store, for the default price of $8.95. The 39 track album includes such classics as "Shall we go on a Magnetic Continuous tour?" and the game's title screen theme, which has been scientifi...

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Capcom's ongoing quest to make all of the original NES Mega Man soundtracks legally available in the US continues this week, with the release of Mega Man 2's official soundtrack over at the Capcom store. The 42 track album (!) is available digitally for $8.95. Mega Man 2's soundtrack was composed b...

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As the first step in an ongoing effort to make all of the original NES Mega Man soundtracks "legitimately available in the West," the fly jams built into 1987's Mega Man are now available directly through the Capcom Store. The digital pack costs $8.95 and includes 28 different tracks from the game,...

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The entirety of Adventure Time: Hey Ice King, Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?!!'s phenomenal pseudo-chiptune power-pop soundtrack is now streaming on D3Publisher's official Soundcloud account, which means that all 83 minutes of Jake Kaufman's exceptional work on the game can now be enjoyed for free. W...

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Street Fighter X Mega Man's superb chiptune soundtrack is now available on Bandcamp, complimenting yesterday's release of the game. Composed by San Francisco-based electronic music producer A_Rival, the 22-track album fuses Mega Man's sonic sensibilities with classic pieces of orchestration from St...

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It's Caturday y'all, and that means one more tidbit of information regarding Team Meat's latest project, Mew-Genics. Since all of the game's characters have been revealed, the Team Meat has begun slowly releasing tangential information about the game, with this week's reveal being "Cat Chase," the...

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Two versions of the Halo 4 soundtrack will become available on October 22, but only one of them will cost more than the game itself. Composed by Massive Attack alumni Neil Davidge, the standard edition Halo 4 soundtrack will encompass 15 tracks from the game's score in both physical and digital for...

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You totally can't blame Square-Enix for taking advantage of the once-in-a-lifetime 11/11/11 calendar event to throw a Final Fantasy XI promotion. That's serendipity, right there. With the "11 on 11-11-11" sale, the company is unleashing a thunderstorm of lightning deals. Starting off, curious ...

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One of the probably-not-very-interesting things about me is that I'm somewhat of a video game soundtrack aficionado. Ever since MP3s became all the rage, I've been collecting my favorite tunes from console and computer games, often replacing the in-game score with my own personal soundtrack. M...

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On the off chance that you're too busy cataloging Hillyan wildlife or having deep, intellectual conversations with your bipedal porcine uncle to notice, Beyond Good and Evil (and its recently released HD renovation) has an incredible soundtrack. Also, in case you were too busy using the internet ...

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It's commonly said that MMO players eventually turn off the game's soundtrack in favor of their own tunes, voice chat or even silence. Most MMO tunes are forgettable the first time you hear them, nevermind the 1,000th, so scores are dumped in the trash and forgotten forever. Except that's not al...

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If Halo Waypoint, Halo Legends, Halo: Reach and ... uhh ... Halo: The Aquarium weren't enough for your Halofied brain to soak in during the early parts of 2010, Sumthing Else Music today announced plans to release the Halo Legends original soundtrack at brick-and-mortar outlets and online starting ...

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One of the big PSN surprises of the year was Shatter, a retro-futuristic take on the popular brick-breaking genre. Anyone who's played the game is bound to agree that what makes the game so special is the fantastic soundtrack. From now until Christmas, Sidhe is running a special sale on its site, r...

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Next week's release of Halo 3: ODST extends the New Mombasa conflict, which first started in Halo 2. Aside from doing your homework on Firefight mode and the campaign, you may also want to prepare your ears for the audio assault they're about to undertake by listening to the Halo 3: ODSTOST. AOL ...

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Side-scrolling Fu-'em-up, Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao, is available on both PSN and XBLA today. To celebrate, developer Blitz Games is giving away the game's entire original soundtrack for free. The ten-track OST fuses the sounds of asian instruments with '70s orchestral funk and soul....

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Welcome back to The Queue, WoW.com's daily Q&A column where the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Alex Ziebart will be your host today. After a year of writing this thing, I've run out of quirky ways to introduce this thing that don't reek of veiled desperati...

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