The Greatest Video Game Music 2 on sale next month – free sample

Today X5 Music Group has announced that its “The Greatest Video Game Music 2” which features some 17 classical renditions of popular video game soundtracks performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, will be available worldwide for download on November 6th.

The creation process saw readers of IGN and Kotaku choose two new tracks to be included on the album. Over 80,000 votes were polled and the results see the inclusion of new arrangements from Mass Effect 3 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

To celebrate the announcement, fans can now download the track Never Forget/Peril from Halo for FREE at:

The album can be pre-ordered NOW at iTunes here:

The Greatest Video Game Music 2 will be available to download, globally, on November 6th. The full track list is as follows:

·         Assassin’s Creed: Revelations – Main Theme

·         The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Far Horizons

·         The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker – Dragon Roost Island

·         Final Fantasy VII – One-Winged Angel

·         Mass Effect 3 – A Future for the Krogan/An End Once And For All

·         Halo – Never Forget/Peril

·         Sonic the Hedgehog – A Symphonic Suite

·         Chrono Trigger – Main Theme

·         Luigi’s Mansion – Main Theme

·         Kingdom Hearts – Fate of the Unknown

·         Super Metroid – A Symphonic Poem

·         Diablo III – Overture

·         Batman: Arkham City – Main Theme

·         Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Icarus Main Theme

·         Fez – Adventure

·         Portal – Still Alive

·         Little Big Planet – Orb Of Dreamers (The Cosmic Imagisphere)

Hear some samples from the album:

Skyrim – Far Horizons –

Fez – Adventure –

Little Big Planet – Orb of Dreamers –

Written by: Rob Cram

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