Exams are hanging over your head and you are unable to find focus. Right? Relax! It happens with everyone. In fact, the fear of exams controls each one of us. But, what if video game soundtracks take away all your fear with the blink of an eye!
You must deal with the endless thoughts from where to start, how to focus, where to look for motivation and how to be more productive?
On those days, when you lose your concentration power to focus on your studies such soothing and relish video game soundtracks give you a ray of hope to get back on track.
List of gripping video game soundtracks that you should never miss.
1. “Halo” has one of the best video game soundtracks.
Halo was composed by Martin O’Donnell and Michael Salvatori. It was created under microsoft’s game content usage rules and released on June 11, 2002. Such video game soundtracks hypnotize your mind.
“HALO” has featured a huge range of musical styles which includes chanting, string orchestra and percussion.
2. Braid (Multi-Platform; 2008.)
It is a platform and puzzle video game developed by Jonathan Blow. The unique fact about Braid is that the soundtrack wasn’t created specifically for the game.
The developer used licensed music to convey the game’s mood.
Video game soundtracks like this one will attract you like a magnet. (Trust us!)
3. Video game soundtracks like “The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind” can never satisfy you at onces.
When it comes to Jeremy Soule’s video game soundtracks one can never go wrong. The release date of morrowind was May 1, 2002.
While studying we get a vibe that we are on a mission or something. It feels the same
with this soundtrack that you are standing in the battlefield.
4. Animal Crossing
Kazumi Totaka is a Japanese video game soundtracks composer who composed “Animal Crossing.” It was first released in Japan in November 23, 2005. Later, in North America, Europe and Australia in June 2013.
The piano and waterfall sound pleases the ears and touches the soul without a fail.
5. One can never go wrong when selecting video game soundtracks for instance “The Adventures of Batman & Robin.”
Konami Kukeiha Club composed the soundtracks of “The Adventure of Batman & Robin.” It was originally released in 1994.
This soundtrack is dynamic and snatches all your attention in a fraction of second. (Don’t believe us? Try it out.)
6. Bastion (Multi-Platform; 2011)
Every time Darren Korb come up with sublime video game soundtracks. “Bastion” was composed and produced by him. It was released in July 20, 2011 and by January 2015 it sold over 3 million copies across all platforms.
The role playing element in this game catches everyone’s attention.
7. The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker (GameCube; 2003)
Nintendo developed and published “The Wind Waker.” This video game soundtrack was composed by Koji Kondo.
It is an action-adventure game which was released in December 13, 2002.
8. Assassin’s Creed II (Multi-Platform; 2009)
Jesper Kyd Jakobson is a Danish tunesmith and sound designer. He has worked on various video game, television, and film projects.
It is an action-adventure video game developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft.
9. Fez (Multi-Platform; 2012)
It is an indie puzzle-platform video game. Polytron Corporation was the developer and Trapdoor was the publisher of Fez.
It was released on April 13, 2012 and sold 200,000 copies throughout the year exclusivity to the Xbox Live Arcade platform.
10. Final Fantasy 7
Nobuo Uematsu is the composer of “Final Fantasy 7.” Such video game soundtracks contain all the musical tracks from the game.
Uematsu and Minoru Akao produced this game. It was released through DigiCube on February 10, 1997 and later, reissued personally by Square Enix on May 10, 2004.
11. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
The American composer Jeremy Soule has composed soundtracks for film, television and video games. The game was released on November 11, 2011.
It is an action role-playing video game which was developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softwork.
12. Banjo-Kazooie (N64; 1998)
Grant Kirkhope was the composer of “Banjo-Kazooie.” It is a platform video game developed by Rare. Initially, it was released for the Nintendo 64 video game console in 1998.
13. Metal Gear Solid
It is an action-adventure stealth video game which was developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Japan.
It was released for the PlayStation in 1998 and the first game, Metal Gear, was released in 1987 for MSX home computers.
14. The Last of Us
It is an action-adventure survival horror video game which was developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The video game soundtrack was composed by Gustavo Santaolalla.
The songs are mostly played on string instruments, guitars, and percussion.
It is a puzzle-platform video game developed by independent studio Playdead. Martin Stig Andersen was the composer of “Limbo.”
It was released in July 2010 on Xbox Live Arcade and since then it has been ported to several other systems, including the PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Windows.
**Benefits of video game soundtracks.
- Such video game soundtracks are composed in this way so, that you can focus better. The purpose they are without lyrics is that you won’t get distracted from your studies.
- A lot of money and countless hours are spent to create the perfect balance in video game soundtracks. Good music and rhythm increases your productivity to keep you motivated till the task is done.
- Musical melodies helps to increase dopamine production in the brain, the same chemical that’s released when you do something you enjoy. Music not only strengthens your production but it keeps you in a good mood and calm.
- Such video game soundtracks give a vibe like you are on some kind of mission and spark a feeling to complete the task like a pro.
Moreover, you don’t have to be a gamer to adore the video game soundtracks. Just switch to the listed soundtracks to beat the tension of exams.
Go dive into the remote fantasy world while staying in the present.
Reminder: Don’t get involved in books that much. If you wear Eyeglasses make sure you remove them often so, that it won’t damage your eyes.
If you are a working mom we know, it becomes tough to focus on your kid. But, with these video game soundtracks your kid will become a bookworm overnight. Don’t believe us? Go and try any of these video game soundtracks!”
Crumblyy wishes Good Luck for your exams.