We’ve all been there. You’re alone in the house, playing Street Fighter II in your underwear and you feel your toes begin to twitch. This twitch soon moves into your foot, causing it to tap, and before you know it you’re upright and throwing your body around the room frantically attempting to cut some shapes to the M. Bison theme tune. It’s nothing to be ashamed about guys – in fact, some of us in the TBG Office are doing that exact same thing right now – but this time they’re able to do it through the magic of Spotify.
That’s right. You can now play all (or at least most) of your favourite videogame soundtracks as part of your daily playlists because Capcom has released a ton of its back catalogue to the music streaming service. No more boring bus rides, no more club anthems while you’re pumping iron – from now on its Capcom soundtracks all the way.
Among the titles that will be available to stream or download are the aforementioned Street Fighter series, Mega Man, Devil May Cry, Monster Hunter, Okami, and Resident Evil – although sadly that one is region locked.
But don’t be glum, because it’s still early days and if the trial is a success then we may the whole catalogue of goodies may be available to everyone everywhere in the near future.
If this news has caught your eye … or rather, your ear – then you can see the full list of soundtracks available to you right here.
Which OST will you stream first? Let us know in the comments section below – and don’t be afraid to post videos of yourself dancing on Facebook and Twitter. We dare you!
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