Most people assume video game soundtracks are just bunch of bloops and bleeps. Anyone who’s actually played a game in the last twenty years or so know better. Here’s the ending credits song to Skullgirls, released in 2012. Since it’s an indie game, it’ll be woefully overlooked. It’s worth noting that the most prominent name on its playlist is none other than Michiru Yamane, the mind behind some of the greatest Castlevania tracks ever made. If you like what you hear, I’d strongly suggest checking out the rest of the superb OST on iTunes. Or on YouTube.
Good gaming, good music.