Game Radio Stations

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xxx - - - - - - xxx 96kbps The Video Games Music Channel

Twinkle Tale - Hiroshi Nishikawa - Stage 1 -- Megadrive
Genres: video game music - Scores of Music from Movies, Game, TV & Anime w/Chat & Automated Requests

Bernardo Sassetti - Um Amor De Perdicao - Primeiro Encontro (4:09)
Genres: soundtracks score video game

Retro PC GAME Streaming Radio for Gyusyabu

Gg[vZX for X68k [INTERNAL] 17. Vóé (C)1993 EXACT
Genres: game

The Spinning Stream: Nintendo Music Radio

Koji Kondo/Asuka Ohta - Opening Game
Genres: game

GBR gamebytesradio | LIVE Video Game Music

Junya Nakano - Luca - Final Fantasy X HD Remaster Original Soundtrack
Genres: video game music


Best of Nintendo NES. Vol. 2 - Mega Man - Bomb Man
Genres: video game music

The SID Station

Wizard - Appearances
Genres: video game music Video Game Stream!

Sir Nuts - High Above the Sky

Genres: video game music

Game-Streams - Video Game Music Radio

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Silent Footsteps
Genres: game

Not GamingFM

Valkyria Chronicles - PlayStation 3 - Succeeded Wish (Piano Solo) (2:45)
Genres: video game

[MVM] Radio

goat - Creeping Dusk(Unchosen Paths The Music of Castlevania)
Genres: video game music

Lave Radio

Queen - The Platinum Collection (Greatest Hits I, II & III) - Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Genres: video game music

Radio Whirlwind

Radio Whirlwind
Mewmore - Midna's Lament (from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Genres: game

New Mexico Desert Radio

Stack - Up Medley [Stack-Up]
Genres: game

ReBIT Radio - La radio senza tempo

Nine Inch Nails - Qu4k3-Grisly Grotto

Genres: game soundtrack

Gaming World United Radio

Osamu Murata - Shenmue OST Chapter 1: Yokosuka - Working Man
Genres: video game music

Voice of Geeks Network -

Sakamoto Maaya - Yakusoku wa Iranai
Genres: game

About Game Music

Video game music refers to the soundtrack or background music from computer games. In its early days the music was restricted by old technological constraints to low bitrate sounds and the use of simple monophonic melodies. Video game music has since developed hugely in more recent years to the same complexity and quality standard as to be expected from television or movie soundtracks.

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