AER Memories Of Old Soundtrack
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It's the soundtrack that really steals the show, though. The audio mostly consists of ambient synth mood music, but percussion and other instruments kick in dynamically when you decide to spread your wings. It's incredibly relaxing, and really helps sell the sense of freedom that's so key to the release.
That being said, I still managed to get lost pretty easily for around ten minutes in the beginning of the game while searching for the first temple. More specifically, I spent a bunch of time hopping around between small islands looking for things to do and coming up fairly empty handed. A handful had some tablets to read, or ethereal memories of previous inhabitants expelling some kind of thought, but smaller bits of side content? Not so much.
AER Memories of Old is a relaxing exploration game brought to you by Daedalic Entertainment. If reading long narrative to find clues and hints to help you on your journey whilst exploring a vast open-world then AER is right up your street. The low poly graphics and the soothing soundtrack complement this gentle game perfectly. It is straightforward to pick up and play, also boasting a huge map to navigate in which you will enjoy getting lost and finding new worlds but with only 3 temples to explore the experience can feel short-lived with no reason or incentive to return once you have completed the story. This title will appeal to fans of Feather, The First Tree and Inner Space.
At its core, Grand Brix Shooter is like many other shmups in that you fire streams of projectiles while carefully avoiding enemy fire. What sets it apart is its very cool power-up system. Basically, you can equip and level-up various forms after uncovering them from their special containers. Once you equip one, bricks attach to your ship thus altering its appearance and once you collect enough stars, you can level up the form. As soon as it's at max level, filling up the meter again will make it super-powerful for a limited time. Anyway, the graphics are crisp, the chiptune soundtrack is great, and the gameplay is super-tight. That being said, it is a very challenging shooter so only genre veterans will appreciate its steep level of difficulty. There's also a list of achievements to master, a collection of ships to fill out, and challenge and arcade modes with a couple of difficulty settings as if the normal difficulty isn't challenging enough.
One of the most memorable aspects of a game is often its music, and Indie game developers often compose their own projects' soundtracks to spectacular results, such as ConcernedApe's Stardew Valley. This list will showcase ten Indie games on the Nintendo Switch eShop right now that have absolutely captivating original soundtracks.
Milkmaid of the Milky Way was created and composed by Mattis Folkestad, who worked on the project for over two years while maintaining a full-time job. If that isn't impressive enough, the soundtrack captures the wide variety of music expected from such a unique plot. Especially beautiful is the track "Erlend," which combines electric piano, strings, and music box themes.
There was a surplus of excellent games released in 2019, and many of them had amazing soundtracks, but perhaps none were as unique and charming as Baba Is You. Nominated for Best Independent Game at The Game Awards 2019, Baba Is You is an adorable puzzle game that has a lot hiding under its cute surface. The title focuses on rule manipulation in order to solve the puzzle, the goal of which can also be manipulated, requiring some major thinking outside the box from the player.
Baba Is You was created and composed by Arvi Teikari, and its motifs and instruments suit the game's aesthetic and atmosphere perfectly. The music is light, not overwhelming the player but instead allowing space for the gears in their head to turn. This soundtrack is great for concentration and is effortlessly catchy.
For those who love catchy songs with a serious beat they can vibe to, Oxenfree is the quintessential game. Oxenfree is a supernatural mystery game about a group of friends who unwittingly open a "ghostly rift." Composed by scntfc, the soundtrack features not only the beat-heavy tracks expected from a thriller game but also tracks that intensify the eerie ambiance, allowing for exploration and intrigue.
The songs on the soundtrack fluctuate in intensity but remain a cohesive entity that succeeds in bolstering the game's attempt in combining the dark and analog portions of the game with the bright and digital. Scntfc's utilization of both analog and digital instruments helps the aesthetic of the game flourish.
The music of AER brings the entire experience to another level, with composer Cajsa Larsson delivering gorgeous tracks such as "Home" and "Keeper of Dreams." This soundtrack will make the player feel boundless, and make Auk's world feel larger than life.
Many games throughout history have treated music as an afterthought, leading to truly unlistenable soundtracks.Owlboy, thankfully, does no such thing. Composer Jonathan Geer creates whimsical tracks full of string instruments and percussion that add to the charm of the world. The soundtrack also ramps up significantly during battles and other intense moments, showing Geer is capable of writing for any scenario. Particularly majestic is the track "Tropos," which has meltingly soft strings and piano.
The Messenger is a game whose mechanics work in tandem with its soundtrack, and luckily both are first-rate. Composed by Rainbowdragoneyes, The Messenger utilizes both 8-Bit and 16-Bit chiptune to signify stages taking place in the past or the future.
Gris doesn't just have stunning art and an emotional soundtrack, but it also has a profoundly moving story. Developed by Nomada Studio, Gris is about exploring oneself and what lies within, and finding the strength to face one's pain and fear. The main character, Gris, is a girl who has lost her strength and voice, and the game encompasses her journey to reclaim herself and her resilience.
Composed by Berlinist, the soundtrack is a key element in aiding the game's emotions, so effectively conveying a complex human experience. Like its subject matter, the perfect words to describe Berlinist's work are deep, boundless, and intimate. Now that video games such as Cupheadhave topped the billboard charts, perhaps games like Gris will get the recognition they deserve.
The gorgeous soundtrack, composed by Disasterpeace and Akash Thakkar, is at times soft, compact, and other times is dangerous and compelling. The game's narrative would be sorely lacking without the storytelling its soundtrack tells. It's one of those OSTs that can be listened to over and over again, even after the game is done.
There are many misconceptions about video games, but perhaps none more saddening than the misconceptions about video game music. Those who don't play video games are sometimes shocked to find that game soundtracks can be sweeping orchestral works made with love and care. What Remains of Edith Finch is the perfect example to show the artistry of OSTs.
The soundtrack of the game is not physically included in the boxed version of Memoria, but you can find it in the main installation folder, which is usually here: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Deep Silver\Memoria\Soundtrack". 2b1af7f3a8