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What the hell is ‘doom jazz’, and why is it in the ‘Alone In The Dark’ reboot?

The original set the standard for atmosphere in horror games, and now 'Alone In The Dark' is back – and it sounds better than ever

‘Into the Breach’ and the unlikely sound of the end of the earth

With new music as a driving factor, Into the Breach goes from recommended to essential with its huge new Advanced Edition update

‘Watch Dogs: Legion’ got a lot of things wrong, but it got British music right

It wasn’t the hacktivist fantasy we were promised, but 'Watch Dogs: Legion' at least had a killer soundtrack

‘Cuphead’ and ‘The Delicious Last Course’: How Fantasia and Final Fantasy collide in this stupendous OST

Animation and music have a storied history, and Cuphead’s The Delicious Last Course is the latest gorgeous chapter in a symbiotic relationship.

‘Final Fantasy 15’, Florence + The Machine, and an ode to ‘Stand By Me’

“Oh, I won't be afraid. Just as long as you stand by me”

‘Tunic’ is already one of the best adventure games of a generation – but the soundtrack makes it unforgettable

Lifeformed and Janice Kwan’s extensive soundtrack is integral to Tunic’s DNA as secrets, mysteries, and taste for the oblique.

‘Trek To Yomi’’s commitment to Akira Kurosawa-like authenticity isn’t just impressive – it’s extraordinary

Cody Matthew Johnson on figuring out the secret to perfecting the Kurosawa-esque sounds of life and death in 'Trek to Yomi'

Inside the heartbreaking nostalgia of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy”s obsession with mid-80s rock

“Help me make the most of freedom and of pleasure, nothing ever lasts forever"

Lo-fi beats to relax and skateboard to: Why ‘OlliOlli World’ sounds better than any other skate game

OlliOlli World trades in guitars for DIY alt-electronica chill-hop – and the end result is a better skateboarding game all around
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