For this week's Big Question, let's talk music. Gaming music, to be precise.
I was initially going to ask what people's favourite soundtracks were. But upon reflection, there are plenty of gamers who don't listen to complete soundtracks, or they only identify one or two memorable songs from an LP.
There's been a wealth of great game music over the last few years, though. Hotline Miami immediately comes to mind as something that's consistently great, although I wouldn't be able to identify individual songs without looking at a tracklist.
But something that I've consistently listened to since it came out was Little Girl, Gen from the Child of Light soundtrack. I'm not going to try and convince anyone that Ubisoft's watercolour indie platformer is perfect - it certainly had plenty of frustrating moments - but that individual song ... man, I don't know.
It just really works for me.
Something else that sticks out in the mind is Crypt of the Necrodancer. I wouldn't listen to Disco Descent on repeat for hours, but hearing the song the first time around and then being hit with the shopkeeper's warblings is pretty funny.
If you wind the clock back, there's plenty of options. Eyes on Me comes to mind, although more for the cult around it than any personal affection I have for the song itself. There's the War March from Red Alert. More recently, Baba Yetu's intro for Civilization 4 was good enough to win a Grammy in 2011, and I still have a lot of love for the intro for Gabriel Knight 3.
What's your favourite individual song from a game?