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When people talk about video games, they usually mention the gameplay, graphics, and screenplay. This is, of course, understandable, as these are the three key components of every video game.


But the aspect that doesn’t get enough credit and attention is definitely the soundtrack.


It doesn’t matter if you’re playing slot games at Ladbrokes Casino or a more complex video game at home, music is what makes those games fun and exciting.


That being said, let’s talk about some of the best soundtracks in the world of gaming. Here are the video games with the most fun music.

Chrono Trigger

Let’s start with one of the best oldie games ever made. Chrono Trigger was made back in 1995 by Square. This legendary game was a wonderful and beautifully designed adventure most Nintendo enthusiasts remember fondly. However, the most impressive aspect of this single-player game was its hauntingly beautiful and fun soundtrack.


The talented composers Yasunori Mitsuda and Nobuo Uematsu made something special back then. There are 60 tracks in the game and each of those songs lasts about two minutes before repeating. It may not sound so special now, but back in the 16-bit era, it was a revolution. Yasunori Mitsuda and Nobuo Uematsu deserve the praises they’re getting, even now, from the new audience.

Rayman Raving Rabbids

If you’re looking to have fun and dance while playing a video game, then this one is definitely for you. This is, without question, one of the most fun games ever made by the Ubisoft company.


Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that it has such a fun soundtrack. Of course, the gameplay is what sets this game apart from the competition, but the selection of songs, especially those from the pop genre will make you get up from your chair and dance around your room with the Playstation controller in your hand.

The Legend of Zelda

You simply can’t talk about Nintendo without mentioning the most legendary (pun intended) game ever to be produced for this console. This is the game that made Nintendo what it is today.


Ever since the original Zelda was made, there were other incarnations and versions, but the only thing that left unchanged was, of course, the beautiful soundtrack.


The music The Legend of Zelda has become so popular among passionate gamers and other people, that it's been remade into a four-movement orchestral symphony called Symphony of the Goddesses.


The man responsible for this masterpiece is, of course, the talented composer Koji Kondo.


This genius has worked for Nintendo since 1986 and has composed other wonderful soundtracks besides the one from this game.

L.A. Noire


You may think that L.A. Noire’s soundtrack is not as fun as Zelda’s, but bear with us. the wonderfully smooth, late-night jazz bar music will make this game so much more fun for you.


This is exactly why the British composer Simon Hale deserves to be on this list. If you are a fan of the Noire, this game will be like a cold kiss of whiskey after a long night of detective work.