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Music Monday #62

October 17, 2016 / 2:17 PM

By: Matthew Gibson

Hello, and welcome to our sixty-second entry for Music Monday! The staff and readers will pick different video game tunes every week, so your Monday can be a bit brighter.

Kicking us off is a request from Travon Williams, which was ‘Arashi no Saxaphone’ from The King of Fighters 95!


My choice this time is ‘Give me’ from Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE!


Next up is ‘Cemetery’ from Banjo-Kazooie, chosen by Reid VanBemmel!


Will’s recommendation is ‘Dance with Night Wind’ from Silent Hill 3!


‘Re: Your Brains’ from Left 4 Dead 2 has been suggested by our very own Matthew!


Jack Gawn, whose name you may recognise from Nintendo Podcast System, has sent a gorgeous classical fanfare of Sonic the Hedgehog from Video Games Live Level 2!


Want an epic conclusion to this week’s Music Monday? Seems Jariel Corey Hunter-Rozier has got this covered with his choice: ‘Written Invitation to Death’ from Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song!


That’s it for this week! If you have a suggestion of your own, make sure to leave it in the comments below, and happy listening!

About the author /

Like many other game writers, Matthew was brought into the gaming world from a young age. He aspires to be a games journalist in the future. Oh, and he's from the UK, so there's that. He also does Nintendo Podcast System, just in case there isn't enough Nintendo on this site.

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  1. Jesse Waldack

    TMS♯FE – A game about singers and actors. Makes sense that they show up in a segment like this eventually :)

    Check out Dream Catcher and notice the similarities with another game :)

    • Matthew Gibson

      Not to mention TMS#FE is a FANTASTIC game! And I believe I put down Reincarnation and the normal battle theme before, and I do like Dream Catcher too! As you mentioned a while back, the opening does sound a bit like Calamari Inkantation

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