Wing Fortress Zone
Wing Fortress Zone’s music combined a steady pace with an unnerving composition to create an unforgettable song that took Sonic 2 to a whole new level, Matt Gardner argues.
Words Drowned by Fireworks
FFVII’s Words Drowned by Fireworks had a bigger impact on Matt Gardner than the more universally revered Aerith’s Theme, but it took him a long time to realise it.
The Darkness of Eternity
Matt Gardner’s FFIX experience was capped off with a truly special final battle, which gave him his favourite song in the game – but the game didn’t get the finale it deserved.
The world of Ultima was crafted to be an immersive experience, but the need to memorise Stones off by heart struck a chord with Dark Blue Monkey, and it’s stayed with him ever since.
Carnival Night Zone
For GameTripper’s 50th piece, editor Matt Gardner discusses Sonic 3’s most playful and cleverly composed VGM, for a stage which forced most gamers to tear their hair out in frustration.
While playing one of the all-time great adventure games, FatNicK discovered one of the most amazing pieces of 90s VGM – a truly groundbreaking composition of interactive music.
Simon Gruber (Quay)
What better music to accompany a truly mad boss level than the cheesiest cock-rock music known to man? Matt Gardner looks at one of Die Hard Trilogy’s little-heard tracks.
Trust Your Heart
Daniel Driver believes that Winter Heat is still unmatched in recreating the sheer spectacle of the Winter Olympics – and Trust Your Heart was key in creating a monumentally cinematic climax.