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    Default I think some of the coolest BGM is found in Sega's sports games!

    I'm serious some of the coolest & best BGM IMHO can actually be found in Sega's SPORTS games! Do you guys agree? Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by Mikurotoro92; 12-08-2016 at 04:11.

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    Hmmmm. Well, Daytona and SEGA Rally do have amazing soundtracks. I do really like the soundtrack to Arnold Palmer's Tournament Golf on the Mega Drive as well. Other than that, I generally tend to find the music in SEGA Sports games to be just there, rather than genuinely great.

    But hey, if you really like it, more power to you! Always nice to see people who have different tastes!

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    I was talking about this to a friend the other day actually. The sports games have a lot of awesome grooves. There are so many of them too which is just as great.

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    Sports games always have a groove that you can just did.

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