LSD: Dream Emulator. I'm not a big vidya guy, but I've always thought that video games have a lot of potential to be used as art, but almost never use it for that purpose. LSD scratches that itch for me. Yume Nikki is a close runner-up for the same reason. Just open-world surreal games with no particular goals, I guess. (suggestions for similar games are welcome!)>>75
What's your favourite soundtrack? Movie, TV show, anime, game, whatever.