Video game soundtracks are largely comprised of themes that are empowering, tense, intriguing, foot-moving, and blood-pumping. Occasionally, though, you run across video game music that makes you chill, perhaps even to the point that you get a little drowsy.
While they might cut short the play-sessions of the sleepy gamer, these select tracks can have tangible benefits outside of their games of origin. When you’re stressed out, fed up, or having a hard time finding your way to slumberland, a collection of soothing video game music can be invaluable.
Out of my personal playlist of 50 relaxing video game music tracks, here are the 10 that I find the most effective, in order of most chill-inducing last:
#10: Demon’s Crest: Memorial of the Fallen Ones
#9: Chrono Cross: Dream of the Shore Near Another World
#8: Final Fantasy VIII: Find Your Way
#7: Culdcept Saga: Fateful Morning (Second Half)
#6: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night: Lost Painting
#5: Xenogears: Ship of Regret and Sleep
#4: StarCraft: Protoss 2
#3: Final Fantasy VII: You Can Hear the Cry of the Planet
#2: Final Fantasy X: To Zanarkand
#1: Final Fantasy VIII: Balamb Garden
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|Markham Asylum is a founding member of Delta Attack. His tier-1 favorite genres are role-playing, puzzle, and strategy. His tier-2 are adventure, shooter, and platformer. He strives to provide spoiler-free postings whenever possible.
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