Yes, October is meant to be a scary month but how about we do something that’s not so scary. I mean, I get scared of seeing people getting severely cut or eaten. I shiver when I hear strange sounds of empty footsteps, creaking doors, and tapping windows. I get freaked out when something gross appears in front of me without warning. So, yes, I’m a wimp when it comes to scary things.

So, how about doing something that’s not scary?

We’ll be listening to tracks from video games deemed not as scary and creepy – no obvious gore and rampant blood, no ominous noises and creepy sounds out of thin air, and no mutilated creatures and humans jumping out of nowhere. We’ll be hunting vampires in a castle, searching for ghosts at a mansion, and finding a way to break a town curse. None of it that will cause you to run away in fear.

It’s okay to leave the light on and have your favorite comfort item within reach as you listen to these tracks…

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Track Listing

“Vampire Killer” – [Castlevania (NES)] – composed by Kinuyo Yamashita, Satoe Terashima

“Vampirthrillic” – remixed by Just Coffee

“Main Theme/Mansion (Dark Hallway)” – [Luigi’s Mansion] – composed by Kazumi Totaka, Shinobu Tanaka

“[Remix] Shara X – Luigi’s Mansion” – remixed by SharaX

“Nightmare King” – [Hollow Knight (The Grimm Troupe Update)] – composed by Christopher Larkin

“Hollow Knight – Grimm/Nightmare King” – remixed by RetroSpecter


YouTube playlist