My Top 10 Soundtracks

Here is a list of my top ten soundtracks – five are from video games, three are from anime, one is from a visual novel, and one is from a film. My reasons for selecting these soundtracks are fairly simple – they contributed immeasurably to supporting the tone of the medium, and remain interesting to listen to well after experiencing them in context.

This is an update of a similar post from a few months ago, but you should forget that other one even exists. This time, I didn’t forget two that should have definitely been there. And unlike that post that doesn’t exist, I decided against limiting this to original soundtracks. While OSTs can provide new and interesting music, licensed soundtracks can also do a phenomenal job of supporting a film or game.

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Review – Kill la Kill

Kill la Kill is an anime that has been on everyone’s minds since it began airing last year, and for good reason – labeled the “spiritual successor” of the massively popular Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann and being Studio Trigger’s first major anime, expectations were high and the result is a controversial mix of the expected and the unpredictable.

Now that it’s finished airing, the question remains – is it worth watching?

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