Now I'm not talking about the music for Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 100000 or Burnout: Scottish Highlands Expansion where the soundtrack is a collection of songs from existing artists.
I'm talking about the original stuff that get put in video games: Jesper Kyd, Frank Klepacki, the soundtracks for Morrowind and Oblivion. They were great mood setters, the last two even adapted the music depending on if you were exploring, being attacked by monsters, or just drinking in the virtual landscape. These are things that don't just fall into the category of original soundtrack because unlike a film, a game has many variations at each stage. It puts you in the mindset for it, it shapes the way you play, the energy you impart to it.
Who here agrees?