Students should select a video game of their choice, and write an essay analyzing the games soundtrack. This should include a broad overview of the soundtrack in its entirety and an in-depth analysis of one specific track. What elements make the game feel like it has a single, coherent soundtrack, as opposed to fifteen pieces of music? What is the soundtrack doing in the context of the video game? How (if at all) does it speak differently to longtime players vs. new players of the game genre from which it hails?
This essay should be at least 1,000 words and no more than 1,500 words in length.