Taiko Drum Master is back, but which one is worth directing your attention to?
Gal Metal on Nintendo Switch is more drum simulator than another light rhythm game.
Lena Raine is co-producing the new album.
A lot of games have great soundtracks, but so few have excellent musical moments.
Wait, Mystic Quest?
Uematsu will be taking the rest of the year off.
Hope for the future.
Popular dance crazes are often used as emotes, and now the musicians themselves are striking back.
Pinar Toprak will be the first woman to score a Marvel Cinematic Universe film.
Aku-Aku makes his debut on the most fashionable night of the year.
Due to licensing issues, not everything's making a comeback though.
Post Malone is pro PUBG, while Drake and others are pro Fortnite Battle Royale. When will the horror stop?
An exclusive track just for our readers.
He says gaming can be improved when developers show deeper spheres of the world.
Exclusive first clip of GENTLE LOVE's new video game album.
UNPREDICTABLE | Caty plays the cult Korean horror White Day: A Labyrinth Named School, and mourns the loss of Brand New.
The great emerald's power allows me to feel.
These games are bright, bubbly, and totally get stuck in your head, just like pop music.
With Splatoon 2 on the horizon, we made a Splatoon-inspired playlist for you to enjoy.
Video Game musicians weigh in on the SoundCloud news.
The in-development game features music from Ty Segall, Metz, and Com Truise, in addition to voice actors Nolan North, John DiMaggio, and others.
Polybius is somehow even more trippy.
UNPREDICTABLE | Caty plays Monument Valley 2 in its entirety (finally), and listens to Vince Staples' latest and greatest.
Pre-orders for the Sonic-blue record begin in July.
There are only 10 days left in the Kickstarter. Yikes.
A friend in speed is a friend indeed.
Introducing a new weekly, as-of-yet untitled column from Caty, featuring games and whatever else.
Leon Chang's debut album is a video game soundtrack, without the video game part.
Unless you grew up in Britain in the 80s, you're probably unaware of this funky piece of C64 music.
Jeremy explores one of classic gaming's most popular and iconic audio formats (as seen on TV, via SEGA Genesis!).
Everything about this new game music compilation is great... except, unfortunately, the music itself.
Tune in this afternoon (or late this morning if you're on the west coast) to hear some live Final Fantasy XV music courtesy of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Relax to some smooth JRPG jams with OC Remix's 60th free community arrangement album.
Ship to Shore's first LP of Taito arcade classics include cult favorite Elevator Action II.
There's something marvelously zen about how many resources IO Interactive sinks into this game when some parts of it can only be experienced once.
Mondo's first Castlevania music release on vinyl looks great, but these legendary tunes deserve better treatment.
Ubisoft makes a new spin-off of its family-friendly best-seller for a world without motion control.
Data Discs delivers an incredible rendition of SEGA's spectacular arcade soundtrack, as perfect a summer sensation as Pokémon Go.
Brave Wave's long-awaited vinyl box set lives up to its billing.
The definitive SEGA Genesis soundtrack gets the definitive vinyl reissue it deserves.
Supergiant's stylish action RPG gets a suitably slick physical soundtrack release.
Ship to Shore brings the cult Super NES favorite to vinyl for the first time. Should you care?
A closer look at Data Discs' high-end SEGA music releases. Vintage games Streets of Rage, Shenmue, Shinobi III, and Super Hang-On enjoy new life in a vintage format.
The Retronauts podcast gets musical this week with a survey of Uematsu's career and classic compositions.
COVER STORY: The artist behind Ninja Gaiden's NES soundtrack opens up about returning to composing, and his future plans.
COVER STORY: A small, fan-driven music label is bringing newfound respect to game music by offering veteran composers a safe haven for the classic tunes they love making.
Worlds Apart celebrates the 15th birthday of FFIX with an amazing, four-disc collection full of new takes on Nobuo Uematsu's classics.