Game of the Year Awards 2019: Best Music or Score

Best Video Game Music 2019 Nominees by COGconnected

Here we are approaching the end of 2019 as we look back and think about the stellar year we have had in the video game industry. We’ve experienced some truly magnificent games – too many to count, in fact – but with that comes time to recognize the games which were truly magical. Right now let us take a look at the games whose music moved us, taking us into an entirely new world full of magic and mystery. Music is a powerful tool in the hands of any artistic creator, able to captivate raw emotion with simple notes or thundering concertos. In gaming it is used as a transformative device, and the following games are the ones we at COGconnected feel excelled in pulling us deeper into their respective worlds. Here are the nominees for Best Video Game Music 2019.

The following games are COGconnected’s nominees for Best Video Game Music 2019:

Days Gone – Composer: Nathan Whitehead

Grindstone – Composer: Sam Webster

Celeste: Farewell – Composer: Lena Raine

Sea of Solitude – Composer: Guy Jackson

Outer Wilds – Composer: Andrew Prahlow

Katana Zero – Composer: Bill Kiley and Ludowic

Disco Elysium – Composer: British Sea Power

Death Stranding – Composer: Ludvig Forssell

River City Girls – Composer: Megan Mcduffee and Chipzel

Sayonara Wild Hearts – Composer: Daniel Olsen

Neo Cab – Composer: Joseph X. Burke

Hypnospace Outlaw – Composer: Jay Tholen

Metro Exodus – Composer: Alexey Omelchuk

Cadence of Hyrule – Composer: Danny Baronowsky

Which game do you think will win for the Best Video Game Music? Let us know your thoughts on Facebook, Twitter, and the Comments section below. Stick around as we continue to announce the nominees for this years video game awards and discover the winners on December 22nd.

COG GOTY Best Music 2019