Most video game music video albums are more than just a collection of songs.
They can be instrumental pieces or musical videos.
But for some video game composers, these are the only ways to capture the essence of a song, or to express their emotion.
We decided to pick out our favorites and rank them by their power and impact on video game culture.
We also rank them on how they sound when played in headphones.
And if you’re curious about some of the music video album covers you can find here, you can listen to a full playlist here.
If you’re new to the list, here are some of our favorite music video song albums: “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time” by The Beatles.
This song from Ocarana of Time in the Game Boy Advance is a great example of how a song could be used to tell a story.
It is one of the most recognizable songs from the series, and its inclusion in the Zelda series is not only a tribute to its creator, Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto, but also a nod to the game’s gameplay.
“The Lion King” by Prince.
This Disney film is known for having some of its most iconic scenes be played with headphones.
It has been used as a soundtrack for Disney films including “The Little Mermaid,” “Beauty and the Beast,” and “Cinderella.”
The soundtrack also appears in many animated films.
“Majin Tarkus” by the Grateful Dead.
The Grateful Dead’s legendary song “Majinshadow” is used in numerous animated films and video games, including the popular Disney movie “Candy Kingdom.”
“Mysterious Island” by Alice in Wonderland.
Alice’s song “Mysteriously Island” is one the most-heard musical songs in the world.
Its inclusion in this video game is a nod in the direction of this famous fairy tale.
“The Beatles” “Love Me Do” is often considered the most iconic song of all time.
Its use in popular culture as the opening theme of the Disney film “Cars” is a direct homage to this classic song.
Folk singer George Harrison composed a cover of this song for the video game “Mortal Kombat” and is one one of many artists who use this song to convey their own unique sound.
Video game music album covers often have more emotional content than traditional music videos.
In this case, the cover of “The Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask” is an excellent example of this.
In addition to music videos, there are also numerous other video game soundtrack videos.
Music video albums in video games are typically composed of a mixture of music and sound effects, such as voice acting, cinematics, and character designs.
Some video game audio tracks can be downloaded in a variety of formats, including mp3s, MP4s, and FLACs.
While there is a variety, there is also one type of video game video that is not a video game: movies.
For some, video games aren’t just about playing a game.
They are also about storytelling.
That is why video game soundtracks are one of those things that video game artists use to tell stories and convey emotion.
What video game game music videos should you listen to?