The Game: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Have you ever wondered what it would be like if all these things somehow got mashed together in a freak transportation pod accident? Fuck this game. Where’s Doom? PR Director and social reprobate Mark Anthony Finch was tasked with compiling some of his favourite video game soundtracks, and this was what he came up with! Saboteur was already a pretty unique and highly enjoyable game, and Saboteur II does all the right things as a sequel: everything is improved considerably, it broke new ground in the world of gaming (this was one of the first games where the protagonist is female) and as the original game did not even have a soundtrack, they not only corrected this error in the sequel but created perhaps one of the best main title themes ever programmed in the 80s. The soundtrack is a  true classic of the video game world and is never forgotten by those familiar with the game. Original Game Soundtrack for NASA NeMO-Net. NeMO-Net is a single player iPad game where players help NASA classify coral reefs by painting 3D and 2D images of coral. GOURANGA! And awaaaaaaay we go! Is your network connection unstable or browser outdated? Right. We have a variety of soundtracks from classic video game favorites, including Celeste, Gradius, and MOTHER. There’s a lot more I’ve left out, so if you’re thinking “Shit. So, to create this, I took one (sometimes two or in a couple of cases 3) tracks from each title listed here and formed this 210 minute digital mixtape in a stream-of-consciousness kind of style. There are many like it but this one is mine. Some excellent work in futuristic city ambience that just sets the mood perfectly for this addictive sequel to Syndicate. Along with George Romero Weekend, Kung Fu Films Summer Solstice and Bad Movie & Lots Of Drugs Variety Night (All Night, Every Night), it means that we’re always busy celebrating the things that mean a lot to us. Grace Slick singing "White Rabbit" for the finale reminds you of a world too busy screwing with your mind to feed your head. Such a wonderful yet mostly overlooked (at the time) game. Atmospheric, oppressive, rousing - it’s all of these and more besides. Added as a curio just for the hell of it. Whether you want to feel the excitement of Lagrange Point or the Intensity of ZUNTATA, you can find the perfect video game soundtrack on vinyl from our selection. Absolute bangers, as the kids say. I was actually made aware of the soundtrack, Fuck this game. Filled with memorable little earworms such as the game over music, the game completed music (which sounds oddly melancholic) and, of course, that title music.