We've talked before about how great video game soundtracks are for working because they tend to be upbeat and instrumental, and now Spotify's made it easier to track down new stuff to listen to. Spotify Gaming is a new landing site that features three different ways to browse Spotify's big collection of video game soundtracks. You can dig through community playlists, featured playlists, a curated list from Spotify or just check out the original soundtracks. Most of these soundtracks have been on here for a while, but having them all in one place makes them easier to find. If you're not sure where to start, Gizmodo has a great list, though for some wacky reason they seem to have forgotten to include the Grim Fandango soundtrack.
Spotify Gaming Is A Portal To All Of Spotify's Video Game Soundtracks
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