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Journey’s Soundtrack Getting A Fancy Vinyl Release

iam8bit is teaming up with Sony and Thatgamecompany to release a vinyl edition of Journey's soundtrack with original art.

The vinyl version of the soundtrack will ship on two records with original art on either side, as well as original art on the records' sleeve.

It will be $ 35, and a print of the art featured on the sleeve is available for $ 60. You can head here to to pre-order soundtrack starting on 10:00 AM on Thursday, April 23 here.

Journey the game will see a re-release soon on PlayStation 4 this summer in both physical and digital forms. You can find out more about it here.

[Source: iam8bit, PlayStation Blog] – The Feed

Relaxing Video Game Music Soundtrack Out This Month

Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies Volume II, an album of relaxing video game music from record label Scarlet Moon Records, releases this month on April 27 through the digital audio store Loudr.

Each track was performed live by Gentle Love, a band that features the saxophonist Norihiko Hibino (composer from Metal Gear Solid and Bayonetta) and pianist Ayaki. The album will include famous songs from Final Fantasy, Skyrim, DuckTales and more. The new renditions of these songs are adapted to sound like calming lullabies, whereas in-game they had a different tone. The track listing is slowly being revealed through Scarlet Moon Record's website up until release.

"The Moon" from DuckTales and "The Streets of Whiterun" from Skyrim are confirmed tracks so far.  You can preview the previous Prescriptions For Sleep Volume One album and its track listing in the video below. 

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Sumthing Else Music Works To Release Bloodborne Soundtrack

Fans of From Software's amazing Bloodborne will soon be able to listen to the game's haunting soundtrack outside of the game.

Sumthing Else Music Works will release the Bloodborne soundtrack's 21 tracks to most major online retailers on April 21. The score was composed by From's Yuka Kitamura (Dark Souls II), Tsukasa Saitoh, Nobuyoshi Suzuki along with guests Ryan Amon (Elysium) and Michael Wandmacher (Twisted Metal). The soundtrack was recorded at the legendary Abbey Road and Air Studios and features a 64-piece orchestra and 32-piece choir.

Sony has released an interesting video documenting the recording sessions. You can watch below.

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Grab Ori And The Blind Forest’s Soundtrack From iTunes

Ori and the Blind Forest is a beautiful game with a beautiful soundtrack, and now you can now grab the latter separately.

The composer for the game, Gareth Coker has an interesting educational background that sent him all over the world to hone his craft after graduating from Royal Academy of Music in London, which he has put to good use for Ori. You can check out a video showcasing how the music for the game came together below.

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You can grab the full soundtrack for $ 9.99 by heading here. You can also find our very positive review of the game by heading here.


Our Take
I haven't finished Ori yet, but I have been enjoying it tremendously – the game's music being one of its many highlights. – The Feed

Composers Reimagine Super Mario World’s Amazing Soundtrack

Brothers Karl and Will Brueggemann are composers heavily inspired by video game music, and the two have a new project that's markedly different from the average video game music song cover.

You can check out the video below outlining the project. Basically, the group is trying to use Koji Kondo's composition from Super Mario World and Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island as a groundwork to craft their own music in the same style. There's not much like it, and you can hear some of their progress in the latter parts of the video below.

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For OlliOlli, the right soundtrack meant a better video game

Simon Bennett of Roll7 explains how the studio’s 2D skating game OlliOlli was close to having a thrash rock soundtrack. …

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Hear a new song from Hotline Miami 2′s soundtrack

Dennaton Games’ Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number has quite the name to live up to; the developer’s original 2012 twin stick shooter of the same name is well-regarded for its musical tastes alone. While we’ve spun Hotline Miami’s soundtrack on Steam many…
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Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Soundtrack Offer Expiring Soon

If you own the Wii U and 3DS versions of Super Smash Bros. you can get a free soundtrack CDs, but you need to act fast.

Right now, you can get a two SSM soundtrack CDs at Club Nintendo by registering both versions of the game on the site. There are two CDs featuring dozens of tracks from the game. The offer is valid through January 13th (this coming Tuesday). This will also register you to receive the previously announced Mewtwo character DLC (that offer is open through March 31).

For more details on how to register, go to Nintendo's official site.


Our Take
The soundtrack CDs are a nice offer, but I do think it's odd how many hoops Nintendo is making people jump through just to get one free DLC characters – especially considering that you have to spend $ 100 on both versions of the game just to receive it. – The Feed

Download A Song From Xenoblade Chronicles X’s Soundtrack

RPG fans have been anxiously awaiting Xenoblade Chronicles X, a spiritual successor to the fantastic Xenoblade Chronicles.

Unfortunately, the game has been largely under wraps outside of few trailers and a live demo at this past E3. But for those who want to get into the spirit of this grand sci-fi adventure, Monolith Soft updated its website with an extended version of the music featured in the E3 2013 trailer.  

You can download the track here and rock out.

Monolith's open-world Xenoblade Chronicles X is still listed for a release in 2015. Hopefully, we'll hear more about it in the coming months.

[Source: Xenoblade Chronicles X website via Siliconera] – The Feed

Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire Soundtrack Now Available To Download On iTunes

The Pokémon Company has released the music from the latest Pokémon game on iTunes.

You can head here to grab the soundtrack for $ 9.99. You can also head here to find our review of Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire. Finally, you can head here to find a poem I wrote about Pokémon to read out loud while you play the soundtrack softly in the background.

Nintendo began releasing the soundtracks for its assorted Pokémon games late last year.
You can find the soundtracks for Pokémon X & Y, Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen, Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver, Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire, Pokémon Diamond & Pearl, Pokémon Black & White, and Pokémon Black & White 2 by following the links.

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Pokémon games always have good soundtracks, but I would love to see more Nintendo music available on iTunes, like the Donkey Kong Country soundtracks. – The Feed