Videogames Killed the Radio Star
Picking our favorite music from videogames is easy. We decided to dig in the crates for our Top 30 music videos featuring all things videogames, instead. Click the links below and you may be surprised what you'll soon be downloading to your playlists.
Missy makes a legit Mega Wo-Man.
Not as catchy as 'I’m Too Sexy' but definitely the better music video.
Think Matrix meets Tribes meets Final Fantasy meets Unreal Tournament 2004.
Pop rock band makes pop videogame music video.
Metal Slug deserves as much attention as humanly possible.
Bob Ross chases Falcor, the Luck Dragon. Need we say more?
In a time where everything read on social media channels is accepted as gospel truth, we can thank this band for the public service announcement.
Back when the Atari ET graveyard was an urban legend.
That one time Ms. Pac-Man rocked the Madden NFL spin move.
The man behind the number one Bruno Mar’s smash hit Uptown Funk apparently is a fan of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.
If you played your favorite arcade game in a laundromat, you’ll love this.
In the early 2000’s socio-economic commentary was best explained with 80’s videogame references.
Your favorite beat ‘em up ever makes EDM a better music genre.
We've all been guilty of forgetting to take out the trash because of videogames.
Still a better movie than PIXELS.
iOS games need love, too.
Just in time for the release of Sonic Mania!
007 373 5963 was the only phone number you had to remember that wasn’t a phone number.
Wipeout was the better future racer than F-Zero. Sorry, not sorry.
That one music video where absolutely everyone is smiling, including you.
Remember when Kanye West was cool?
Anthony Kiedis made jumping the shark look good.
The chiptunes track that actually got play on MTV, back when MTV actually showed music videos.
This may be the best music video for a violinist ever.
The only thing greater than Snoop Dogg on a throne in Tekken Tag Tournament is seeing him battle Pokemon.
With over 1.5M views on YouTube, it’s safe to say this track put Stockholm City on the hip-hop map.
Williamsburg makes Commodore 64 cool, too.
No other music video has this many videogame references at one time and the song is absolutely amazing as well!