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lesse game OST's I have bought seperate:
Final Fantasy X (and I bought the cringe-worth translation of the theme song as well as a remix of another track)
Final Fantasy XI (expansion soundtracks & 1 song from OST for base)
The Last Remnant
Starcraft OST
1 song from Dissidia 012 Duodecim (final boss song)
this list excludes anything as part of a bundle of course
The soundtracks for Ocarina of Time, Donkey Kong 64, and Wind Waker
The Bastion is the only one I liked so much I shelled out 9.99$ for it. Of course I lost the files and when I went to redownload them the download had expired. >:( I mad
Shadowgrounds only.
Metal Gear Solid OST, and Crush 40's eponymous album.
I was going to buy the Botanicula soundtrack, but finally bought this albums instead, from the same artists: http://dva2.bandcamp.com/album/hu

It was this song that made me change my mind: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUb2vkJHlhk

(I'll probably still buy the Botanicula soundtrack later on.)
'Shatter'

digital from musician's site, FLAC format

I'd like to see GOG offer game scores in FLAC; Medal of Honor Warchest has a really great selection, 'Sniper Town' being a standout track.
Post edited February 09, 2013 by u2jedi
Well, I didn't get this seperate, but I pre-ordered Etrian Odyssey IV, which comes with a soundtrack CD (and artbook). I'm absolutely in love with this series' music.
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u2jedi: 'Shatter'

digital from musician's site, FLAC format

I'd like to see GOG offer game scores in FLAC; Medal of Honor Warchest has a really great selection, 'Sniper Town' being a standout track.
Was going to get the Shatter soundtrack myself (i like the first two tracks), but i found i had it bundled with the game .Same with Awesomenauts. And a few others.




Just out of interest, where are the best places to find game soundtracks (especially jap game inspired ones) aside from bandcamp?
Post edited February 09, 2013 by nijuu
Tropico 1 OST. (the only one until today, cause I really really love all that Salsa and Merengueand caribbean themes)
American McGee's Alice Soundtrack.

And it's been one of my best musical purchases. I've often used it as "theme" music during special Halloween events at the arthouse I work at. Conversely I definitely would have bought the Arcanum soundtrack if there had been a CD album available, since that one gets a lot of rotation on my MP3 player.
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timppu: I must also admit that I somehow usually feel I am entitled to the music for a game I've bought already. Buying a soundtrack separately sounds a bit like buying part of the game again.
I feel the same, I would only buy it again to get it in higher quality. For example the Civ4 music I listened to for ages until I finally bought the Edlinger and Halasz recordings of Beethobens 5th symphony on CD once I got a better sound system and noticed the mp3 lameness.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtVarCkrtqM&list=PL2027F58FB831429F&index=11
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Andanzas: I was going to buy the Botanicula soundtrack, but finally bought this albums instead, from the same artists: http://dva2.bandcamp.com/album/hu

It was this song that made me change my mind: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUb2vkJHlhk

(I'll probably still buy the Botanicula soundtrack later on.)
Love this band. Also check out their album Fonok. It's not on Bandcamp, but it is on iTunes and the Indiescope site.
I've paid extra to make sure I get editions of games that include soundtracks (almost too many too mention) although of those the ones I've properly listened to multiple times are limited to the Shin Megami Tensei ones (The various Persona games, Strange Journey, Digital Devil Saga 2) and Jeremy Soule's Guild Wars soundtracks. The various SMT/Persona soundtrack discs and concert dvds are things I intend to hunt down and import at some point, but my apathy syndrome limits how much effort I put into such things :P

Hm - would you count the 'Late Goodbye' thing? It was a song in Max Payne 2 by a band called 'Poets of the Fall' and I liked it enough that I bought the album of theirs that had it on ('Signs of Life').
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timppu: I must also admit that I somehow usually feel I am entitled to the music for a game I've bought already. Buying a soundtrack separately sounds a bit like buying part of the game again.
My sentiments exactly although I have to admit I am very tempted to buy the soundtracks for vanilla WoW, the taverns in WoW and The Burning Crusade expansion to WoW. I really like all that music a lot and it evokes memories of fun I've had in the game. Similarly, if soundtracks for EverQuest and the early expansions were released I would be tempted there too.
Post edited February 10, 2013 by dirtyharry50