In which I continue to explain my games earned the placed they did. In this installment we look at games #30 to #21Continue reading “My Top 50 Video Games, Pt. 3”
Originally this article was just going to be about the history of the Myst series which, as you’ll know if you’ve followed this blog at all, is one of my favorite video game series of all time.
However, as I researched the game I realised that it would be much more interesting to look at both Myst and Doom, two games that came out the same year and had a huge amount of influence on the videogame medium, even though they couldn’t be any more different.
Hope you enjoy the article.
Far from their humble beginnings in the 70’s, video games are now a huge, gigantic, megalithic industry. However, while everyone seems obsessed with frame rates and graphical power and mega-huge open worlds to explore, something I feel has been criminally ignored is video game music.
While it’s widely accepted how important music is to film, there doesn’t seem to be the same appreciation for music in video games. Despite this, developers spend a great deal of time, effort and money to ensure the music for their games is top notch. Music really helps built atmosphere in a game, just as it does in film and TV. Be it a horror, action, puzzle or platformer game, music is often the unsung hero.
Thus, I thought that for this entry of Collectorized I’d share a few of my favourite pieces of video game music (in alphabetical order). I hope you enjoy.