Arc System Works have been in the business of delivering stylish and satisfying fighting games for quite a while now. There’re a lot of ingredients in that mix, but one that shouldn’t be overlooked is the music. Be they character themes or even just the character select menu, these songs often hit just as hard as the matches on screen.

Now tons of music from their two most prominent fighters, Guilty Gear and Blazblue, are available both for streaming and for purchase on digital storefronts. They aren’t the only ones though, as River City Ransom, Double Dragon, and Jake Hunter are getting in on this too.

The full list of soundtracks now available includes:

GUILTY GEAR series

  • Guilty Gear 2 Overture Original Soundtrack Vol.1
  • Guilty Gear 2 Overture Original Soundtrack Vol.2
  • GUILTY GEAR Xrd -SIGN- ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK
  • GUILTY GEAR Xrd -REVELATOR- ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK
  • GUILTY GEAR Xrd REV 2 ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK

BLAZBLUE series

  • BLAZBLUE SOUND COMPLETE BOX

Double Dragon series

  • DOUBLE DRAGON SOUND COLLECTION VOL.1


Kunio-kun series

  • Downtown Nekketsu Koushinkyokusyu
    • (Downtown Nekketsu March)
  • Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari Sp Original Sound Track
    • (River City Ransom SP Original Soundtrack)
  • Downtown Nekketsu Jidaigeki Original Soundtrack
    • (Downtown Special Kunio-kun’s Historical Period Drama! Original Soundtrack)

Detective Jinguji Saburo series (Jake Hunter series)

  • Detective Jinguji Saburo Prism of Eyes Special Soundtrack
  • Detective Jinguji Saburo GHOST OF THE DUSK Original Soundtrack

These can now be found on Spotify, YouTube Music, and both Apple and Amazon’s various music platforms now. It is noted that some specific tracks are only available for streaming, most notably the Blazblue Sound Complete Box.
 

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Written by Ricky Berg

When he isn’t writing for Nintendo Wire, Ricky’s anticipating the next Kirby, Fire Emblem, or if the stars ever align, Mother 3 to be released. Till then he’ll have the warm comfort of Super Smash Bros. to keep him going.

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