Classic video game soundtracks come to Sony's Music Unlimited
Dig Sony’s Music Unlimited service? Dig video game music even more? Then I have excellent news to give you, and that is that a new station dedicated solely to video game music has been launched on Music Unlimited.
As of now, all those subscribed to the service will have access to an archive of video game soundtracks young and old, ranging from classics from the likes of Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger, and Silent Hill to more recent hits like Assassin’s Creed, Gears of War, Mass Effect and more.
And if that wasn’t enough, the service will update weekly, with a constant stream of new songs for gamers to play on their PlayStation devices.
According to Sony, there are plans to add 13 more new channels to Music Unlimited in the coming weeks, featuring music from such genres as Old School Hip-Hop and New Wave.
You can listen to samples of the tunes within Music Unlimited’s Game Music channel via this nice little link.
Source: PlayStation Blog
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