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Been a while since we had one of these. Be it the most triple of A or indiest of shit, whether it is pozzed as hell or just a really competent game, one thing that almost always delivers in a video game is its soundtrack. Can you guess which games are these mystery themes from? I'll start with 25 music for you to guess with varying difficulty.

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>>199068 (OP) 
Fuck these are all too hard.
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You just gotta believe!
>>199068 (OP) 
I know all the fighting game ones but that's as far as my autism goes.
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Bonus round with online multiplayer games only. There's even a gachashit mixed in arouse more anger.
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The other anon's right, I have no idea about the most of these. You've got some taste anon.
Easy -2 is the undertale I think dog tone.
Is very hard -5  from Fear and Hunger?
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>file corrupt
Wait, is this because I'm using librewolf or is this showing up for anyone else?
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>Easy - 2
Correct. Though it's Sans' theme.
>Very Hard - 5
I can't open it either.
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as mp3s maybe?
I'm a fucking genius. I'm leaving this thread before shitting it up any further but good luck to anyone trying to find out what sekrit3 is.
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>All spoiled
wew lad. Is sekrit3 Alpha Protocol?
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>Dante Must Die - 5
Great Heat 20320514, from Baroque.
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Correct. It plays in the opening cinematic. Around a year ago the PS1 version got translated, you should check it out if you're interested in weird, out of the norm games.
There's also a PS2 remake that's easier to play, but loses the charm and the weird atmosphere of the original.
>All the normal ones are too hard

S4 League Tutorial No.1
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Also now that I think about it Sekrit2's art is from the album itself and not the game, since the game just has a mishmash of various royalty free jap tracks so that one's up for guessing too.
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>>199068 (OP) 
Very Hard is from Haunting Ground?
Normal is Metal Squad.
Normal is Supporting Me.
Easy is Swipe of Sword.
Normal is Overworld (Night).
Easy is Rebellion.
How the fuck do you even do that, how many games have you played?
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All correct. Last one is from Mabinogi, iirc it plays in the final dungeon of the first act.
Correct. When are we gonna do more S4 nights?
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It's merely coincidence I've played the same games OP has.
Bonus 2 is Dungeon 9. Good shit.
>>199068 (OP) 
I have no idea for the first one, but I'm going to guess it's something by Tim Follin.
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Fuck yes I want to play again. RIP MAX.
Third is Worth a Chance.
Second sounds like it could be from a Falcom game.
No idea about the rest.
Also you're correct.
Yeah it's Tim Follin. His work is really distinctive after all.
It must be Silver Surfer then.
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One of the two stage themes in the whole game. The other one would be even easier to guess.
>>199068 (OP) 
Dante Must Die is Gebura's Suppression theme from Lobotomy Corporation. Good Taste.
I'm PRETTY sure Dante Must Die is World of Horror? Dunno the specific track though
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Both correct. It's Seaside battle theme.
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5th one is DFO - Dragonoid Nest Boss
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First one is correct.
Next time try this with ffmpeg:

ffmpeg -r 10 -loop 1 -i your_image.png -i your_music.mp3 -map 0:v:0 -map 1:a:0 -map_metadata -1 -c:v libvpx -b:v 1000k -colorspace bt709 -pix_fmt yuv420p -shortest filename.webm
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I've definitely heard the fourth one somewhere. Rabi Ribi maybe?

Fifth one sounds kinda like Metal Gear Rising but I don't think there were women singers in that.
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>>199068 (OP) 
I've heard the first one in an AVGN video once. Silver Surfer?

First one sounds like Mass Effect. Maybe the ME2 map screen or something.
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Rave in the grave
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Both are correct.
Incorrect, The former is a RPG, the latter is a FPS.
You forgot about A Stranger I Remain?
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This sounds like FF7 battle music.
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Now it's going to bother me that I can't remember what it's from.
Hiveminds are a thing even amongst the black sheep. Adverts target like minded people in other words.
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I guess I want in on this.

>>199068 (OP) 
Dante 1 is technically a royalty-free song but I know it from Lobotomy Corporation.
Dante 2 is from F.E.A.R. I've played through it enough times, I'd better recognize it.
Easy 3 doesn't deserve the lack of recognition. It's Resident Evil 4's Save Room theme.
Normal 4 is Terraria. One of the night themes.

Do I get partial credit if I recognize the album as Sakuzyo - Last Dance? Kind of amusing to see it pop up here.

6 is EP. 2's ending theme from PSO. 8 is the Snow Queen selectable dungeon song from Persona 3 FES 9 is 115 from BO1 zombies. I'm a fan of Archangel from origins myself.

Always wanted to try uploading in one of these threads so I'll post a few now and a some more tomorrow.
11 is most likely from mega man 4. I forget which robot master.
>Sakuzyo Last Dance
You are correct. The song's name is Frontier and it plays in the final stretch of Astlibra Revision.
Also is 5 one of the battle tracks from Fate Extra?
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>Also is 5 one of the battle tracks from Fate Extra?
Nope. Although I have to check that out eventually now that I know Shinji Hosoe did the soundtrack.
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It's 曖昧ナ希望/氷雨 from the Nier Automata soundtrack. Listened to it enough to recognize that non-language singing.
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1 is 999

6 is Ar Tonelico
9 sounds like an Ar Tonelico game too, or at least the same composer
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Nope, it's a GBA game if that narrows it down for anyone, but I don't expect anyone to get it
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Why the hell did my ID change since the first post
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I dunno ever since sturgeon updated the board a few months ago my ID has been changing every day or two even though my IP address isn't changing.
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That has happened to me pretty much since the beginning. I remember him saying that this was due to the proxies he uses and that they don't always correctly map the actual IP of the user.
That said it could also easily be the ISP changing the public Ip or a VPN server using one of its serveral IPs
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All correct, of course. 9 is from a different GUST game, yeah. I shouldn't have had the overlap honestly. I also feel like I made 10 too obvious, but whatever.

>Nice try faggot

I'm going to do a post of what I consider easier ones, followed by normals, then hard. This is the easier post.

What is this, budget nobodytm?
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Moderate difficulty. Or an attempt at it. Had trouble deciding if 19 and 20 belonged on easy or not. Also not sure if trope is the word I'm looking for.
Payday 2, Full Force Forward I think
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Intended difficulty is Hard. Apologies for how quiet 25 is. The titles may provide hints but aren't explicitly designed to do so. As I was making this post I realized I had another good round or two of moderate difficulty. I don't want to spam the thread too bad though, so for now I think I'll just finish with a bonus round to match OP's contribution.

Right game. Track is Fuse Box though.
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Alright, so the bonus theme I wanted to go with was games that themselves were explicitly focused on music. It's kind of obnoxious though. Mainly due to absurd songlist sizes and large amounts of games that are essentially the same. I've gone back and forth and I don't think it'd really work, so I'm just going to leave it for now.
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All correct. I dig Archangel too, thanks.
Right series, wrong number.
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25 is SNES Shadowrun.
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Is 12 Sekiro? I don't recall the actual music but the way it plays reminds me of the sekiro ost.
15 is Payday 2. Haven't played it and I still maintain The Heist has a better OST and probably plays better too on account of no filler missions.
18 is Electric Relic from Dustforce, easily my favorite track from the game. S rank taste anon.
Fuck I've definitively heard this before and I can't remember where. It was a fighting game, wasn't it?
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I want in on the fun too. Should these be too difficult, I have some keywords I was considering throwing in, but those wouldn't mean anything to anyone that hasn't played the game already.
Pretty cool ffmpeg input code, made this on a whim after converting some of the audio tracks to opus. Come and guess them.
Not too rough is Orxon from Ratchet and Clank.
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Correct. Other than the 2nd one the difficulty on the other ones are considerably ramped up, so here are some hints for posterity in case someone wants to figure them out.
>HMP's keyword is trap
>UV's keyword is guardian
>WMD's keyword is quest I don't expect anyone to figure this one out
Here, I've though that not every song choice has to be ballbustingly hard, so here you go. These must be easier.
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Yes on all counts.
>The Heist
>probably plays better too
I definitely prefer it.

Hah, I got beat to it. I was going to post Bring 'em on. That exact track too. Excellent choice. Nether Animal from UT99. Ultra-violence sounds familiar too. My off-the-cuff guess would be Amid Evil.

I'm too young is Unreal. Not too rough is Dead Rising's opening track. Good times.

Most of mine are probably on the easier side this time.
>Nether Animal from UT99
Correct. I loved playing on HallofGiants so I got used to this song pretty quickly. LavaGiant's got a fantastic theme to it too.
>my off-the-cuff guess would be Amid Evil
Incorrect. If this serves as a clue the few remaining question marks on that post are from games that were released on the Playstation, and that game in particular you're more likely to know it if you were searching who made the soundtrack for it.
>I'm too young is Unreal
Yes, can you guess were it plays?
>Not too rough is Dead Rising's opening track
Pretty good, though I remember more vividly for playing in the game's Overtime ending were Frank loses it.
>most of mine are probably on the easier side this time.
I wouldn't be able to tell, I suck at guessing. Perhaps I need to play more videogames.
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26 is Ghost Trick and 27 is Gitaroo Man
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20 is JSRF. Latch Bros. - Koto Stomp
29 is Parappa the Rapper. The beat for Cheap Cheap's rap.
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I was going to leave this for a while, but I had a bunch of really great Nightmare/Dante Must Die/Black Another tier ideas pop into my head all at once. 33 is actually more well known than I was expecting but I'm going with it anyways. 35 had a couple of choices narrowed down by the fact that I couldn't even find a copy of some songs. 35 is also an alternate version missing a certain something, but it shouldn't hurt how recognizable it is for someone who played it. I'd be pretty impressed if someone got one of these.

Nice. Indeed, all correct.

>Correct. I loved playing on HallofGiants so I got used to this song pretty quickly. LavaGiant's got a fantastic theme to it too.
Yeah Skyfire is great too. I mostly know them from the assault maps myself.
Ah fug. Maybe my brain's just playing tricks on me. I'll see if I can narrow it down later.
>Yes, can you guess were it plays?
Not a chance. I've unfortunately only played through once and that was a long while ago.
>Pretty good, though I remember more vividly for playing in the game's Overtime ending were Frank loses it.
It's funny you mention vividly remembering it. Trying to figure out the game hit that really nice sweet spot where, initially, I just had a stark sense that I really enjoyed how it set whatever scene it was from.
>Perhaps I need to play more videogames.
Yeah, me too.

One more question for anyone really: Are .mp3s an issue at all? Should I try to into ffmpeg despite being horrendously lazy?
The first one just screams Command & Conquer
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>Are .mp3s an issue at all?
You should get rid of all the metadata lest you end up doing something really dumb like spoil every one of your uploads. Anyone who would do that must be the biggest idiot, ha ha.
Holy fuck I can't tell what any of these are. I thought I was the one who had the big obscure taste in vidya osts considering how much indieshit I play.
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We really should let the answers out after some time, like a week after, by that point we clearly failed guessing
Normal 2 is Thunder Force IV - Metal Squad
Very Hard is Vagrant Story - Minotaur
Sakimoto (FFTactics, Radiant Silvergun) as fuck, once you hear it you can recognize it everywhere and it's amazing
0012 is Live a Live - Akira Battle theme
second mp3 is Persona 2 Innocent Sin - Taurus Shrine
"not to rough" is Dead Rising, can't remember which one
Take it Easy is Sonic CD - Stardust Speedway Past
It does, doesn't it? It isn't, though. Same era, different genre of game.

>Anyone who would do that must be the biggest idiot, ha ha.
That was kinda funny, not gonna lie. You can make up for it by posting more music. I believe in you anon.
>I thought I was the one who had the big obscure taste in vidya osts considering how much indieshit I play.
Given this context with something you posted previously I'm a little surprised that you didn't get number 2. Though, if you haven't played it you haven't played it.

>Someone got Innocent Sin
Very nice. Didn't deserve the iron-cross and sunglasses man treatment it got. I was originally going to use the PSX opening song (since that was the version I played) but decided against it.

I do want to confess a little bit. Normally my rule for posting is that it would have to be a song I would recognize myself. I violated this in 13 and 21. 13 is a pretty well known indie title, but I think I maybe went a bit too vague in making it not "too easy". With 21 the only song I'd recognize is the main theme of the game, which I didn't want to use. 32 comes close to breaking it for a similar reason as 21, but I'm fairly certain that, at the very least, I'd be wracking my brain with "I KNOW THIS FROM SOMEWHERE."
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Ok, I lied. I brainstormed a bit and somehow remembered where the Unreal track is from. It's when you ascend that giant spire. I remember thinking that sequence was pretty cool so I suppose it makes sense it came back to me. My first guess was that it was from the end of the game, which was incorrect. Still working on figuring out what Ultra-violence is. Playstation is a pretty big hint. Hopefully I do know what it is and I'm not just gaslighting myself. I'll give some of the other files in the thread another go if I get bored.
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>it's when you ascend that giant spire
Correct, it's the track that plays on the very top of it.
>still working on figuring out what ultra-violence is
>playstation is a pretty big hint
Even if the composer's a very well known someone the original Playstation has around 4000 licensed games under its belt and this one's definitely not an obvious choice.
Give it up, you're not going to figure it out.
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>You can make up for it by posting more music. I believe in you anon.
Fine,  let me try again. Don't ask me why the thumbnails are green, only smart people get that.
4 is from the same game as my previous Sekrit4.
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>Fuck I've definitively heard this before and I can't remember where. It was a fighting game, wasn't it?
Yes, PS3/360-era game.
21 is a GBA era castlevania, guessing Aria of Sorrow.
22 is also a DS Castlevania, Order of Ecclesia?
Also I remember which fighting game it is. Marvel Vs Capcom, Deadpool's theme.
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>Give it up, you're not going to figure it out.
I don't have to if there's metadata in the webm that tells me what it is. Turns out I've never played it. I'm also kind of upset that I didn't guess Nightmare-2 since I would have been really, really close. Off-by-one close.

Wait, I actually know one of these.   Spidercrabs is Soldiers of the Sea from Return of the Obra Dinn. I might have heard the android one before too, but I'm having trouble placing it if so. Now I want to post a set of indie games of various difficulty. Give me a second.

I didn't notice it before, but 0001 bugs me. The combination of progression, structure and runtime all scream rhythm game to me. Is this an obscure online game or something?
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Here we go. All five of these are indie games. My guess is that they all get found out except maybe 39, with 36 getting found out the fastest.
Spidercrabs is correct.
36 is Outer Wilds, when the sun goes supernova and the loop ends.
37 I don't actually remember hearing that ingame, but I'm going to take a guess and say that's Ghostrunner because that sounds like the one track Daniel Deluxe can make and he was on the soundtrack for that game.
38 might be Maldita Castilla? I definitely remember hearing it.
Can't say I recognize 39 and 40.
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Wait no, 38 is La Mulana. I don't remember where it plays though.
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I wanna fuck niggatoro
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Damn that was fast. Yeah, Ghostrunner is from the DLC. Bonus points if you can remember where in La Mulana. Have an extra indie.
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Well, I just woke up to your posts. La Mulana is from the Sky Tower which I just remembered because it has that cool intro synced up with the music the first time you enter it and because it's the one place in La Mulana where entering it is always a hurdle for me and I end up doing it through the time gate where you go through the MSX maps for a bit. No matter how many times I replay La Mulana that's the one part always getting me stuck.
Can't say I know what that piano is from.
All correct.
No, it's not a rhythm game. It's on the Playstation.
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>I don't have to if there's metadata in the webm that tells me what it is
<check out the metadata tag on VLC
<Album: Sentinel Returns
<Album: Fighting Vipers 2
This shit flew past my head since I don't know how to display the file's metadata on mpv.
Is there a way to remove all tags from the audio file on ffmpeg? Asshole on >>199158 set me up and now I'm on par with >>199084 on being a fucking retard.
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Did you change anything about the command besides filenames? -map_metadata -1 should remove the metadata. Failing that you can specify -metadata (title, artist, album, etc)="" for each metadata item to remove it.
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0023 is Bayonetter
I really want to know what 4 is
5 is Assault Android Cactus character/level select screen
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5 is correct. The track name is fingerstyle and it's apparently by the ex Total War composer Jeff Van Dyck.
Hint: One of the earliest Hotline Miami clones.
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oh don't tell me it's from that awful "The Hong Kong Massacre" shitfest
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Yep. The entire soundtrack was composed by Professor Kliq. The track names are Penthouse and Configuration although good luck finding configuration anywhere, I had to rip a youtube video audio and then trim it down.
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meant penthouse, not configuration
2- Spy Games is Alpha Protocol. Pretty sure it plays in Rome; either at the museum or at Marburg's mansion.
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Not alpha protocol. It's an equally shitty game as Hong Kong Massacre.
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Oh no, I'm retarded. I just found out it's from Armored Core. I wanted to do a series run-through so it's literally the very next game on my to-play list. Had I decided to actually play videogames instead of wildly overindulging my bias I'd have gotten this ages ago.
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Retro round you nigs. Well done feels somewhat out of place and is from a stage well into the game. It'll be a pain in the ass to figure it out.
This is it, there's no way any remaining metadata's left on these files. No way >>199961's going to find any data to scrape this time.
Sounds like some early-mid 2000s bullet hell music, not necessarily from CAVE but Taito or Psikyo or someone else, as if Yousuke Yasui composed it.
The synth on 00:34 onwards sounds like it belongs on a rave dance anthem. What console could have this sample on it? An SMT game?
I've heard this a million times yet I can't tell you where it is from, almost an overworld/intro theme to a SNES JRPG.
Again, I feel as if I've heard this before, something out of a DS Pokemon game, either DP or BW1. Any clue on these last two tracks?
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Getting warmer. Add about 17 years.
>An SMT game
No, but since you mentioned it here's an image hint.
Hint: Not an RPG. It's one generation after the SNES.
Hint: Platformer in the same generation as the SNES.

I don't recognize any of yours, sadly. Medium sounds like it's Game & Watch though.
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>add about 17 years
2018? Do you want me to look into whatever shmup was released in that year? I'm not too big into the genre.
>that faggot from Apocalypse
Is the hint on the game's staff itself? Did the composer work on that game, or maybe both games shared director/producer? No idea honestly.
No needs for clues, I've finally remembered what it was from. 0013 from >>199158 is Corneria from Star Fox 64, I knew I played it before.
>4th generation platformer
I don't believe you. Those samples play too well to be from that timeframe.
It doesn't seem to be SNES and it sure as hell isn't Genesis or any other home console, and the general structure sounds like a nip composed it. Is it from any home computer or arcade by chance?

Onto my choices:
>Game & Watch
The Gameboy games? Incorrect. As a hint, all those tracks are 3rd generation games.
Specifically, first two tracks are from game ports, 1st being an arcade game and 2nd being a PC game, while 5th's a fighting game. I can't give a clue on either 4 or 5's developers else I'll make it too obvious.
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2017. If you don't play shmups then no need to go looking.
Nothing that deep, it's about the character behind Nanashi: His name is Dagda. What's important is his origins.
>I don't believe you
I don't blame you, it was pretty late in the console's life and they had to cheat anyway. I think you're right about a nip composing it.

Those are definitely out of my league then. Your taste is pretty refined.
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>pshh nothin too deep kiddo
>you heard of this mythological character, name's dagda
You're not helping.
>it was pretty late
Something I can look up for being released 6 minutes from the console croaking or relatively late into it as in 1994/1995?
Answer me this: is it from a game out of the SNES? 
>I think you're right about a nip composing it
What did you mean by that?
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Okay then. PC, 2004/2005.
1995. Not a SNES game.
>What did you mean by that?
I did not know who was credited as the composer until I looked it up just now, as a result I'll correct my statement: you are right.
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I felt like I was just spamming easy tracks and figured I'd knock it off, but then I checked and I've got about a 40% discovery rate which is an overall difficulty I'm satisfied with. No central theme this time, but you do get a black-another difficulty that's not from the 90s. 41-43 are moderately difficult, I would say. 44 is probably hard, despite the filename. I should clarify to prevent possible confusion that 43 is a soundtrack version. 43's game commits a crime against it's soundtrack by not including the last half of any of the songs. Also, I'm throwing .opus in sometimes now. 

Ah shit, I'm really bad with chiptune. Medium sounds kinda familiar. I'm guessing it's an 8-bit version of something else?

OP if you're still around and willing I'd love to have some sort of hint for Very Hard 4. It sounds like a VN or RPG, but I can't narrow it down.

0005 sounds obviously like a credits song. It's got a section at 0:57 that sounds like that beach level from Sonic Adventure and it keeps throwing me. Is this on the Saturn or Playstation?

>We really should let the answers out after some time, like a week after, by that point we clearly failed guessing.
Not sure how I feel about just dumping everything at the end. If there's specific interest I don't mind divulging some games. I like the targeted hints that have been occurring so far though.
It's Playstation.
Weird thing i only recognize the "rare" but no the rest. The first is Elevator Action
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>I'm guessing it's an 8-bit version of something else?
I have no idea myself but here's another track from the same game that's much easier, and a clue.
The soundtrack's heavily based on Rock 'n Roll music, if you can guess the song this track's based on you have the game's title. Medium well was made by the same developers.
You see I was trying to do a funny here. The filenames are multiple degrees of doneness for meat, with well done being the most cooked and also the hardest.
I don't blame you for not recognizing the rest though, with 2nd one being a kusoge and the other not being too well known.
You're correct though, it's NES Elevator Action music.
>we really should let the answers out after some time
Here, I'm sparing you the details since I don't expect anyone to solve them.
HMP is Maze from Devil's Deception. It's one of the tracks that plays while you're attacking the mansion's visitors. Should have used the heartbeat track that was more recognizable even if I don't like it as much.
WMD is the desert area track from Tobal 2's Quest mode It's the area with the sand igloos you find after clearing the pyramid dungeon and going through the bridge.
It wouldn't have stuck to me didn't I idle about for 10 minutes listening to the sweet loop since you're normally going to hear it play 1 minute of gameplay if less.
HMP is World 6 on Sutte Hakkun. I remember it being the last playable stage before SHTF in terms of difficulty in later stages. Pretty ugly when compared to other stages, specially the rock pattern on the tiles.
UV is Field from Kula World It plays on the levels with the second plain motif and the checkered wooden tiles. I didn't make it past this world.
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>The soundtrack's heavily based on Rock 'n Roll music
Pretty sure that's what's doing it. I don't listen to it myself, but I've known people who have.
>if you can guess the song this track's based on you have the game's title
And I do, which gives me Snake Rattle N Roll Very cool. Was the developer part of your filename joke?

That actually looks right up my alley. I might check this one out at some point, thanks.
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Fucking read your post before you post it and stop deleting it 10 times
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How did you figure it out? Were you looking for popular RnR music, did you know it or you used a gay ass AI assistant like a bitch?
>was the developer part of your filename joke?
That song's titled medium though. None of the rare games are Rare games. Now go figure medium well out while you're at it.

Finally found >>199158's 0014 out. It's Seascape from Knuckles' Chaotix Has anyone on this imageboard played that game? AFAIC the game was never rereleased on any other platform and I doubt anyone's curious enough to emulate it.
And someone ITT already figured out  0004 as Mabinogi music. Never thought that game sounded like that.
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>How did you figure it out?
I actually knew it. That song in particular I first heard from someone's Christmas gift as a kid.
>or you used a gay ass AI assistant like a bitch?
Never. I actually enjoy racking my brains like this, even if I'm pretty obtuse about it some times. I didn't pretend like I discovered the metadata songs.
>That song's titled medium though.
No, I mean everything besides well-done having a little bit of rare in it. I'm just reading into things too much.
>Now go figure medium well out while you're at it.
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>Has anyone on this imageboard played that game? AFAIC the game was never rereleased on any other platform and I doubt anyone's curious enough to emulate it.
I have, it was okay. Great art and music, one of my favorite Special Stages in Sonic games. Genesis emulators support 32x games as a matter of fact.
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FUCKAN GAGE'S THEME. Advance Wars: Days of Ruin - Proud Soldier
>Clean version
Dunno what you mean but this one sounds fantastic.
F-Zero GX/AX - One Ahead System (Cosmo Terminal). Excellent OST, 82 tracks. Back when SEGA gave a shit. ZODA's theme, damn, kept the game on to blast that all the time.
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>Hard - 5
<This sounds like some bizarre remixed music from Street Fighter 3
>Super Street Fighter IV - Theme of Yang
I see. I prefer https://vid.puffyan.us/watch?v=9bpWoVeIab8
Hideki Okugawa was seriously at his best for this OST. Making tracks change in intensity as rounds progress ... "chef's kiss"
>Sonic and the Secret Rings - Worth A Chance (End theme)
What the fuck is this game? Never heard of it. Better question, how do you know of it? Yes I know >>199114 got it. I just had to ask.
Granblue Fantasy - Battle 1
Done by Nobuo Uematsu, for gacha trash.
I first heard Granblue Fantasy music from some dude's Elona music pack. No tags so I had no idea what they were. Years later I stumbled over vs Colossus Omega.
>Wow, did not expect slot machine jpegs to drop beats this hard.
>Searched some sites I knew to find music.
>Find that track then hear other vaguely familiar tunes.
>Think to check Elona install.
>Holy shit that's where they came from?
There's a lot of solid tracks out there. At least they're using some of the money they drain out of morons for something.
OP nailed it.
>Be it the most triple of A or indiest of shit, whether it is pozzed as hell or just a really competent game, one thing that almost always delivers in a video game is its soundtrack.
The videogame landscape is depressing now, at least the tunes still have a pulse. Have some Granblue.
Hehe time to get AI shit to work anybody know where i can borrow an account on shazam?
It's been some time so I'll dump spoilers of mine.

0000. Rave in the Grave, from Shantae & The Pirate's Curse.
0001. Hoggishness from Armored Core.
0002. Punk Croc Theme from FIGHT KNIGHT.
0003. Graze Counter from the titular game Graze Counter.
0004. Dungeon 8 from Mabinogi.

0005. Still Dawn from Resident Evil.
0006. World With Me from Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II.
0007. Worth a Chance from Sonic and the Secret Rings.
0008. Ice Queen from Persona 3 Portable.
0009. 115 from Call of Duty: Black Ops.

0010. Rustboro City from Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire.
0011. Snake Man's stage from Mega Man 4.
0012. A Painful Death At The Hands Of A Psycho from Live a Live.
0013. Corneria from Star Fox 64.
0014. Seaside from Knuckles' Chaotix.

0015. Deadpool's Theme from Marvel Vs. Capcom 3.
0016. Phos Volcano from Pokken Tournament.
0017. Stage Select from Mega Serval.
0018. Never Let It Go from Sonic the Fighters.
0019. Makenai Ai ga Kitto aru from Mega Man X4.

0020. Battle 1 from Granblue Fantasy.
0021. The Purgatory Arena from Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow.
0022. Symphony of Battle from Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia.
0023. Riders of the Light from Bayonetta.
0024. Crimson Heart from Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus.
Well if two of you are going to do it who am I to stand aside. Some of the attached info might be off, but whatever.

1. Digital Root - 9 Hours 9 Persons 9 Doors (NDS/Others, Adventure)
2. Werner und Klaus - Deadbolt (PC/PS4/Vita, Action)
3. Interloper - Black Mesa (PC, FPS)
4. Sweet Blue Flag - Killer 7 (GC/PS2, Action)
5. Liquid Air - Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere (PSX, Flight Combat)

6. AT Inside ~Resonance~ - Ar Tonelico (PS2, JRPG)
7. Taurus Shrine - Persona 2:Innocent Sin (PSX/PSP[remaster], JRPG)
8. Vague Hope ~ Cold Rain - Nier Automata (PS4/XBONE/NS/PC, ARPG)
9. Truth - Atelier Iris 2 (PS2, JRPG)
10. I don't want to tell you. Stories of Remote Antiquity - Genshin Impact (PC/Mobile/PS4&5, ARPG/Gacha)

11. Stonehenge Defensive - Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown (PS4/XBONE/PC, Flight Combat)
12. Okami Lineage - Sekiro (PS4/XBONE/PC, Action-Adv.)
13. Kingdom's Edge - Hollow Knight (PC/PS4/XBONE/NS, Action-Adv.)
14. BGM from Pyramid Head fight - Silent Hill 2 (PS2/XBOX/PC, Survival Horror)
15. Fuse Box - Payday 2 (PC/Others)

16. Violet Sky - Hotel Dusk (NDS, Adventure)
17. Abandoned Memories - Chibi Robo (GC, Action-Adv.)
18. Electric Relic - Dustforce (PC/PS3/X360/Vita)
19. Empty Space out of Control Part 1 - Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II (DC/GC/XBOX/PC, ARPG) 
20. Koto Stomp - Jet Set Radio Future (XBOX, Action/Platformer)

21. Submerged - Environmental Station Alpha (PC, Action-Adv.)
22. buffer - I/O (PS2/PC, Visual Novel)
23. The Wanderer - Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure (PSX/NDS/Others, JRPG)
24. Fear and Paranoia - Remember 11: The Age of Infinity (PS2/PC/Others, Visual Novel)
25. Uptown - Shadowrun (SNES, ARPG)

26. Jowd ~A Captive of Fate - Ghost Trick (NDS/Others, Puzzle)
27. Born to be Bone - Gitaroo Man (PS2/PSP, Music)
28. Power Grid - Simcity 3000 (PC/Others, Simulation)
29. Cheap Cheap the Cooking Chicken Rap - Parappa the Rapper (PSX/Others, Music)
30. Stardust Speedway Past - Sonic CD (Sega CD/Others, Platformer)

31. Techno Rave - The Incredible Machine 3 (PC, Puzzle)
32. Honey B - Little Big Adventure 2 aka Twinsen's Odyssey (PC, Action-Adv.)
33. Everybody Way Oh! - The Neverhood (PC, Point-and-click)
34. The Offing BGM - Sega Marine Fishing (DC/AC/PC, Fishing)
35. The First Thing (Instrumental) - Mr. Bones (Saturn, Platformer)

36. End Times - Outer Wilds (PC/Others, Adventure)
37. Caution - Ghostrunner DLC (PC/Others, Action)
38. Sky Tower - La-Mulana Remake (PC/Other, Action-Adv.)
39. I don't want to tell this one either. Menu Theme - Escape the Backrooms (PC, First-person-amusement-with-friends)
40. BGM_006 @ 80% aka 'Mars-san' - Yume Nikki (PC, Adventure(RPG-Maker))

XX. About 10 Hours Looking at the Ceiling - Irisu Syndrome (PC, Puzzle/Horror)

41. One Ahead System (Cosmo Terminal BGM) - F-Zero GX/AX (GC/AC, Racing)
42. Proud Soldier - Advance Wars: Days of Ruin (NDS, Strategy)
43. Tokimeki Reverie - The Caligula Effect (Vita/PC/Others, JRPG)
44. Prelude / Joint Operation - Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception (PSP, Flight Combat)
45. Lie in Rhodes - Lumines Supernova/Live, Rockin' Holiday DLC (PS3/360, Puzzle)
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Reposting stuff from my stash of stuff that's never been found.

>>199068 (OP) 
There's NES Silver Surfer and Haunting Ground / Demento

Last one is from FEAR

4th is from Xanadu NEXT

Last one is from Ace Combat 3

4th is SH2

3rd one is La Mulana
5th is Yume Nikki
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>I posted right before someone got SH2, Ace Combat 3 and Yume Nikki.
That's it I'm an heroing.
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Only one I know is the last one. It's from Timesplitters.
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It's okay, have a round of really hard ones to find.

Yeah that's the easy one
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Hopefully the thread ain't fully dead
I recognize the first one, I think it is from one of the PS1 Gran Turismo games.
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Not Gran Turismo, but PS1 is close also on PC but almost everyone played the PS1 version
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Maybe Test Drive 4 then, that's the only other PS1 racer I had.
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Whose car is it in the GIF?
If you know then you know the game.
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>2nd webm
Mysterious Ruins of Egg-Plant. It's one of those games which I don't have the stamina to tackle but the music is just awesome
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If you mean Spelunky then no, wrong action archaeology game
2nd is La-Mulana 2. It's kind of cheating since I haven't played it, but I recognize the opening reprise. I don't know them, but I do kinda dig 1 and 5.
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Richard Burns'  :^)  
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I guess I don't know it then, I wonder why it sounds so familiar. Though looking up the Test Drive 4 music it is very similar, so maybe that's why.
I'm a dumbass, that's the Sainz / Moya car
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I made this a year or two ago but it's relevant again.
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Last one is definitely Croc. Anyone else actually like that game?
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It's cool but it  simply couldn't compete with other 3d platformers at the time, if it had been made before SM64 maybe it would've gotten more love
though that said there's a reason you likely don't know about Floating Runner  and that's the reason why I think Croc never really had a chance with SM64 and crash in the picture
Well I never had an N64 so I didn't play Mario 64 till later. I did like Spyro more than Croc but I had Croc on PC so I don't remember if I played it before or after Spyro.
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what song is this?
>second webm
Even if she kills me, I wont die.
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V3 has been posted before with that exact image. It's Viren's theme from Desolate Hope.
First one was already said to be Unreal, but not the exact song. It's Hub 3 - Valley of Spires, but more specifically the third subtrack inside the file, which plays just before reaching the summit. I was thrown off a little as the webm lacks the proper start of the track.
How has nobody guessed v4 no5? Parasite Eve.
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Is v4 22 The Swapper?
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Pretty sure The Swapper's deal is actual cloning not a stable time loop though I could be wrong, but none not the game

Sometimes I'm surprised how the super easy ones basically don't get found.not subtle hint that this batch would be easy ones
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v4_n°16 is Chaser. Never have I expected to find that in this thread.
v4_n°18 is Quake 2.
mothafuckin Iji
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