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What do shrine maidens, classic English literature, and Ronald McDonald all have in common? Well...
Sometimes a good song is even more powerful the second time around.
Super Castlevania IV's unique love of kettle drums is inexplicable, but by no means unwelcome.
We spend so much time laughing at Mega Man 4's walking Dust Buster that we forget how unique his stage music is.
The score for Undertale's final encounter is perfectly engineered to stuff you full of DETERMINATION.
Traditional Chinese instruments and hype techno beats CAN get along!
"What do you say to a man who's seen too much?"
Sony's oft-overlooked Western RPG samples a famous movie theme, then turns it into a lovely creature with its own sound.
Jake Marshall is a lonesome patrol officer with a secret and a theme that says "Mind your own business, bambina."
When a very big band makes a song for a very big game, you get something that's a little weird, a little over-earnest, and thoroughly enjoyable.
Link's soothing ballad transcends races, death, and even timelines to heal the soul of whomever hears it.
This elusive Quintet RPG uses its remarkable music to deliver its themes of mystery and unease.
This dire song seemingly foretold the fate of Final Fantasy XIV long before its fiery end.
There's a professional artist behind this iconic Sonic song, but it's not Michael Jackson.