Top 10 Favorite Soundtracks in Videogames

This list is impossible to make. There are incredible soundtracks in videogames, every single top list about the greatest videogame soundtracks of all time is going to be wrong. It might be thrut, if you think they are the best then it will be for you. All of the P-F-T-S fellas are going to work in this. When we finish the 10 first, we are going to add more items, is just unforgettable to not put anything else but just ten of this incredible pieces of ear-satisfaction in this list.
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The Top Ten

1 Final Bowser Battle (Super Mario Galaxy 2)

Why do we think this deserves to be number one?
The song along it's epic and unbelievable, the fight it's not. The final fight with Bowser in this game is one of the easiest final boss battles in Nintendo history, but you don't realize that when you are fighting him, because your ears and your feelings are trying to hear louder this music instead of worrying about the battle itself, at least this is how the five of us feel about this. How good does your videogame songs are, in order to make everything epic, no matter what it is? How incredible, glorious and powerful does a song needs to be, in order to make you feel this sensation of excitement in every situation? Take this as a great example.

( If you want to watch the top 11-20, watch the remixed version).

(If you want to see the top 11-20, watch the remixed version, it's better writted by the way.

If you want to hear the song, here is a YouTube link, all the rights to the composers, the YouTube channel, and Nintendo. v=Glzkh5jl31k

2 True Evening of Grief (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney)

Why is this so high on this list? Why do we think is one of the greatest songs of all time, even better of what's considere "the best Final Fantasy song of all time"?
This explanation contains spoilers from the game, your discretion advised:
In the first case, we meet our chief, Mia Fey, a nice girl. In the second case, we find out that she's after a criminal thar ruined her mother's life and job. According to the information that Mia has found, this criminal, Redd White, was the chief executive of a company named Bluecorp.
He used the company to gather scandalous information of various big-name individuals including celebrities, people in finance, and even high-ranking officials of the prosecutor's office. He then blackmailed the individuals into doing his bidding, many of whom would eventually be driven to suicide.
In 2001, Redd White learned about a spirit medium secretly being used by the police for investigating the Gregory Edgeworth murder case, otherwise known as ...more

3 To Zanakard (Final Fantasy X)

Real Experience: "Nahuel and Bruno Playing Final Fantasy X
Nahuel: Are you crying, Bruno?
Bruno: Sorry, it's just this song.
Nahuel:... Yeah, I don't blame you.

4 Silent Hill (Silent Hill)

It's the main theme, by the way.

5 Hopes and Dreams (Undertale).

Undertale is one of the most interesting RPG games out there, it makes you think and feel good or bad about everything else you make in other rpg games, like killing living beings in order to get EXP to kill the bad guys, or trying to have a conversation with every stranger you across, like if there is no problem when you do that in the real life.
Hopes and Dreams might be the best in the catalogue they show you in the Undertale world.
Like other songs in this game, it utilizes beats from differents tracks, but this time, they attach various songs in order to create the personality and meaning of this character, Asriel Dreemur.
When you see this guy and you fight him, you ask something: "Who are you? I don't know you. The entire game was filled with tips that you exist or existed,but I don't know who you are, or what do you want. Revenge? Power?... Friends? "
When you fight him, he starts to talk, he starts to telling you his broken ambitions, his motive for doing this ...more

6 Wanting to Find the Truth (Miles Edgeworth: Investigations 2)

Why would a simple ice cream salesman...
Know the name of the President's bodyguard?
(If you played Investigations 2, you get the reference).

7 Nate's Theme (Uncharted)

Every time we play any Uncharted game, we can't be able to not smile whenever this song plays, it's just so satisfying to listen and play it. It has this charm of great adventure, something that makes you feel like, you're about to enter into a big adventure.

8 His World (Sonic the Hedgehog 2006)

Why are you looking us like that? Is it a sin to add one of the worst videogames of all time in a top ten about something? We're here to talk about the "Favorites videogame soundtracks". Even do we hate with all our soul this broken game, we adore the OST, is the only thing that is good about this trash.

9 Song of Healing (The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask)
10 Cyclops Theme (X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse)

If you want to hear the song, here is a YouTube link, all right to the composers, and the YouTube channel (Copy and paste). v=3T7zgTrk0tU

And, the rights to Nintendo and Capcom as well.

The Contenders

11 Snake Eater (Metal Gear Soild 3: Snake Eater)
12 The Great Mighty Poo (Conker's Bad Fur Day)
13 Layton's Theme (Professor Layton Franchise)
14 Final Boss (Drawn to Life)
15 Book 5 Boss Battle                         (Bookworm adventures 2)
16 Windmill Hut (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time)
17 Don Paolo's Theme (Professor Layton's Franchise)
18 Jelly (World of Goo)
19 The Entire Soundtrack (Rez)
20 The Third Malformation of G             (Resident Evil)