Video game soundtracks have been around for more than three decades, if you count back to the doomp-doomp of Space Invaders. This mash-up video created by Ithaca Audio folds in bits of audio from Tetris, Street Fighter and Sonic next to tracks by David Bowie, Michael Jackson and the old-school Doctor Who theme. And to keep everything tied together thematically, samples are dropped with input from re-wired Nintendo system controllers. A catchy bit of fusion, if you ask me.
DERP. I DON'T GET IT. WHY DO PEOPLE TRY TO DO CREATIVE FUN THINGS? I AM MISERABLE AND CAN'T UNDERSTAND. NOISE FROM GAMES TO MAKE MUSIC? I ONLY LIKE REAL MUSIK. WHY ARE PEOPLE SO ANNOYING WITH THEIR IDEAS. GOTTA GO BACK TO WORK NAOW. FRY MACHINE BEEPING>