According to a new study, the 1990s had the best video game music of all time, with a total of 220,892,769 views. The study, which examined YouTube video views, discovered that Mortal Kombat’s primary theme ‘Techno Syndrome’ from 1992 had the most views, with 141,741,111 at the time of research.
The 2000s were then discovered to be the second most popular decade for video game music, followed by the 2010s and, finally, the 1980s.
The Mortal Kombat song ‘Techno Syndrome‘ has gathered an incredible 141,741,111 views on YouTube, claiming the top spot. A staggering 141,741,111 people have listened to the track “Techno Syndrome” from the video game Mortal Kombat on YouTube, making it the video with the most views. Within the framework of this track that Olivier Adams composed for the Mortal Kombat video game, players are encouraged to “Test your might.”
The song “Still Alive” from the video game Portal from 2007 comes in second position behind “Techno Syndrome.” This track by Jonathan Coulton has garnered 43,039,999 views on YouTube, which places it in a distant second place to ‘Techno Syndrome’ in the race for the number one spot on YouTube’s most popular songs list. The Mortal Kombat track has a more lighthearted tone.
According to the findings of the survey, the top three categories of video games in terms of popularity for their soundtracks are Fighting, Adventure, and Puzzle titles. This ranking was topped by Fighting, which has a total of 165,620,231 views across all of its songs on YouTube.
The information was compiled by the website BestCasinoSites, which also compiled a seedlist of the top 60 pieces of video game music. As supporting evidence, the website used articles from CNET, levelskip, NME, Collider, and CBR.com.
They then searched for these video game tracks on YouTube, and based on the number of views each track has received on YouTube, they ranked the popularity of each of the tracks.
Here is a complete list of findings. Below is the track “Techno Syndrome.”