☆ Video Games with The Best Soundtracks ☆

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When it comes to video games, most look to the graphics to determine if a game is playable or not and if it’s likely to be entertaining or not. 

However, there are many other video games that do not just impress when it comes to graphics but whose impressiveness transcends to the soundtracks as well. 

The following are such kind of games and they are accessible from NetBet Casino for those who want to try them and see if they are indeed the real deal.
Rain World (soundtrack developed by James Therrien and Lydia Esrig)
In Rain World, you find yourself in a jungle as a slug cat in the post-apocalypse world. 
To survive you have to use your running, crawling and jumping skills to run away from the dangerous creatures of the world. 

The game is brought to life by the chiptune style of real-world jungle sounds. Either depending on the surroundings, the sound decays slowly or it escalates with low-slung beats during the action-packed moments. 
In Rain World, you feel like you are in the Amazon as the sounds truly reflect the roars of the jungle.

What Remains of Edith Finch (soundtrack developed by Jeff Russo)
If you have come across other Jeff Russo works such as Fargo and the Night Off, then you probably have an idea about Russo’s works. 

What remains of Edith Finch is another emotional rollercoaster from Jeff Russo that follows the life of a un/lucky family member depending on your take who has to outlive all of her family members who are all doomed to untimely deaths.

Jeff Russo created the perfect hypnotic sound that keeps you right in the heart of a troubled Edith Finch.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (soundtrack developed by Manaka Kataoka and Yasuaki Iwata)
Nintendo’s own The Legend of Zelda that has been in existence for over 30 years is widely known for the soothing soundtracks. 

However, in the recent series, Breath of the Wild, soundtrack developers, Manaka Kataoka and Yasuaki Iwata break the convention as they give new life to the Legend of Zelda with a high-octane sound mixed with the traditional soothing sound.

NieR: Automata (soundtrack developed by Keiichi Okabe and Keigo Hoashi)
NieR: Automata borrows much of its gameplay features from other likeminded video games of far future alien wars but what differentiates it is the stunning landscapes and the beautiful soundtrack. 

NieR: Automata is one of the first post-apocalyptic video games that lets you stumble into a functioning amusement park. 

In the park, you are treated to some dazzling natural environment electronic sounds that make you feel like you are in Disneyland while you play cat and mouse with your enemies.

Guest Blog Post By Alex Larsens


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