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I think the most epic videogame music to date is the title screen from Mercinaries 1. The whole score was excellent, but the title screen music made you really want to play the game. Also, the fact that this music randomly pops into my head at times (mostly whenever I do something strong) truely speaks of it's power. A close runner up would be the theme from tetris.

 



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Strategyking92 said:

(mostly whenever I do something strong)

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The video game music that pops into my head whenever I do something strong is definitely



My shortlist would include (in no particular order):

  • Wily's Stage 1-2 (Mega Man 2)
  • Eternal Struggle (Mega Man X3, and notable for how short it is while still being epic)
  • Ken's stage (Street Fighter II)
  • Zeromus (FF4)
  • Battle on the Big Bridge (FF5)
  • Dancing Mad (FF6)
  • You Are Not Alone (FF9)
  • Seymour Battle (FF10)
  • Opening Movie (Theme of FINAL FANTASY XII) (oh, come on; do I have to say where this comes from?)
  • Frog's Theme (Chrono Trigger)
  • The Final Battle (Chrono Trigger)
  • EXEC_PURGER/.#MISHA extracting (Ar tonelico: Melody of Elemia)
  • Varna (Ar tonelico 2: Melody of Metafalica)
  • METHOD_METAFALICA/. (Ar tonelico 2: Melody of Metafalica)
  • METHOD_REPLEKIA/. (Ar tonelico 2: Melody of Metafalica, notable for being so epic that the song itself is used as an attack: not the name of the attack, but the attack itself).

Honestly, I could put about half of the soundtrack to the Ar tonelico series on this. Seriously; the series has its flaws -many, in fact- but it also has some of the best video game music in years if not decades.



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Probably this or a bunch of other songs from FF7... FF7 isn't my favorite FF or game. But it's soundtrack was probably the most epic imo. (I don't like One winged angel that songs bleh.)

This song.



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Sorry but the most epic is this:

Civ iV is the definition of epic.



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Skyrim theme > j00






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Age of Empires III intro: 

 

The music is just awesome. It gets more tense by every second. The video also takes you to the heat of the battle.



This boss battle music is simply fantastic. Combined with the challenging difficulty it makes it all the more epic when the last standing party member of your group revives the other two and you ultimately turn the battle around with a masterful relay combo.

Also, the theme that gives you a boost of encouragement when you need it the most.



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