Best Video Game Song Tournament, 1996-2000: Playoffs, Round 1 (Part 6 of 9)

It’s round 1 of the playoffs! 651 songs have qualified, with the top 373 earning byes to the next round (if you’re wondering, that’s every group champion plus the top 21 wild cards). The remaining 278 will square off. Each day will feature either 30 or 32 of these songs.

Since it’s the playoffs, groups will be active until 9:00 am Pacific the day after they post, or for roughly 24 hours. You can listen to a playlist of today’s songs (in matchup order) here.

Or you can work ahead!


Voting will be live until Friday, May 1st at 9:00am Pacific

Previous Round’s Results:

Um Jammer Lammy
Baby Baby (PaRappa Version)
4 8 Breath of Fire III Do Your Best!
Wipeout 2097 Body in Motion 6 7 Goldeneye 007 Antenna Cradle
Threads of Fate
Passing Through the Forest
9 0 The Curse of Monkey Island Passing Out
Moon: Remix RPG Adventure
Face (MoonDisc Version)
6 2 Escape from Monkey Island
A Life of Endless Puzzles
Ultima Online Minoc 3 8 Afterlife (LucasArts) Track 6
Silent Hill
Esperándote (“Waiting for You”)
5 4 Moon: Remix RPG Adventure
Pop May Day (MoonDisc Version)
Final Fantasy Tactics Anxiety 8 4 Sonic Adventure
At Dawn…for Speed Highway
Final Fantasy VII
On That Day Five Years Ago
5 8 Wipeout 3 Xpander
Suikoden II The Chase 5 5 Moon: Remix RPG Adventure
Day Of The Space Festival (MoonDisc Version)
Wipeout 3
Know Where to Run
10 3 Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike Spunky
The Village of Inoa
6 2 Space Station Silicon Valley
Ice ‘N’ Easy Does It
Mischief Makers Volcanic 3 11 Omikron: The Nomad Soul
New Angels of Promise (Omikron Version)
Deus Ex UNATCO 6 6 Space Station Silicon Valley
The Battery Farm
Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold Sakura theme 11 2 NiGHTS Into Dreams
Gate of Your Dream
Shattering Egg of Dreams
8 4 Extreme-G
Devil Speed Unborn

Two ties. I broke for Deus Ex’s “UNATCO” over Space Station Silicon Valley’s “The Battery Farm and Suikoden II’s “The Chase” over Moon: Remix RPG Adventure’s “Day Of The Space Festival (MoonDisc Version)” (an aside; the intro has the cadence of an Off The Hook cover of The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late). Once you hear it you can’t unhear it)