Get your groove on with new video game tunes
The ever-growing trend of releasing great video game music continues. Three games (well, their developers, composers and publishers) are itching contribute songs to your MP3 playlist. First up is Mark of the Ninja, contributing the song “Mark & Blade” by YAMANTAKA // SONIC TITAN. It’s available in original and instrumental flavors to suit your iPod’s tastebuds, and includes a bonus track. All that for 2.00 USD, which is a much better choice than the two cheap, nasty burgers you would have regretted buying anyway.
The original hardcopy of the Jet Set Radio original soundtrack is also available, albeit in extremely limited quantities. You can snag it for 38.99 USD [easyazon-link asin=”B00005HROO” locale=”us”]at Amazon[/easyazon-link] if you’re fast enough. (It’s an import) If not, pick up the [easyazon-link asin=”B0090CDRA4″ locale=”us”]digital version[/easyazon-link] instead for 16.50 USD. Finally there’s the Double Dragon Neon soundtrack. It’s got all the long-haired falsetto rock you could want, and it’s totally free at Bandcamp.