I'm pretty sure I've listened to most, if not all of, Sonic R's sound track. It's so upbeat and catchy that I find myself coming back to it sometimes.
I always start with "Can You Feel the Sunshine", but I'm listening to "Living In the City" right now. They both have lines about surviving, and I find that pretty cool.
Also, as a second choice to listen to, Sonic 2 Gamegear's bad ending song for both its awesome presentation for the ending sequence and ending song.
I've not listened or even gone to any Mario game sound track other than Yoshi's Island's ending theme. Sonic games, even the bad ones, just, overall, have amazing music.
Eerie. I listened to this on repeat for hours each day a few years back during a depressing episode. It has some undefinable subtleties that ring with the late 90s, to my ears at least.
I have every single Katamari game's OST downloaded, and I can't believe I didn't ever hear this song.
Do you have a link handy?
Whether yes or no, here's boss theme #2 from Metal Slug 6.
No, sorry, I just download music for fun and have a huge collection. If you want to download OSTs, just type "<game name> OST rar" into Google and see if anything comes up. Downloading music takes some time.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8msWlAJ6vOI
This one is from a Sonic game.
There's lots of small, unknown songs in games that have excellent rhythm, harmony, melody, and syncopation that few people know about or appreciate. Which is why I was surprised I never heard that Katamari song, I was sure that I had listened to each song.
Okay, so here's a remix of Timesplitters' Chinese theme for TS: Rewind because I guess that's still being worked on and might come about eventually.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpH2FoPk9NQI get an erection and very horny listening to the song that plays at 0:11:54
Man I remember being hyped for this game, a cool N64 RPG, but then it came out and I rented it and I remember it as one of the most disappointing gaming experiences of my life. I'd actually like to try it again some time and see if its really a piece of shit like I thought years ago
As a kid I loved this game because it was my first rpg and I enjoyed figuring it out. I still enjoy it now mostly because it has this unique unsettling atmosphere with weird music plus nostalgia of course.