The VIP is 8 years old today! Just imagine 8 years ago, a small video game playlist of around 100 tracks was posted on 4chan /f/. Now it's got over 1100 tracks and can barely load. Thank you all for listening! In the spirit of the season, this update will be winter-themed. Code: Civilization VI - Sogno di Volare ("The Dream of Flight") Super Mario 64 - Tee Lopes - Cool Cool Mountain Globulous - Snow Delta Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team - C-Curt - A Brief Winter Trek Snowboard Kids - The Second Story - They Call Me Snow Bigman Donkey Kong Country - The OneUps - Ice Cave Enchantment Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast - Mutherpluckin’ B - Alpine Peak (After Ski Party) Secret of Mana 2 - The Amazing Brando - Another Winter Castlevania: Symphony of the Night - (M+), Lauren the Flute, PokéMatt - El Lienzo Perdido ActRaiser - Yes Mayhem - Northwall Persona 3 - Ailsean, Nikolai - Winter in Iwatodai Final Fantasy Tactics Advance - The World Is Square - Snow Dancing in the Schoolyard Mega Man 10 - Flying Knee - Kill Chill OK, first something that doesn't have anything to do with winter, but it's just a song that can't be ignored. It's the main theme to Civilization VI. They brought the Grammy-winning Christopher Tin, composer of Baba Yetu, back after 10 years! Although it's a bit repetitive and doesn't hold a candle to Baba Yetu, the track's still pretty epic and relates to Civ very well. In fact, the lyrics are based on Leonardo da Vinci's writings on flight. Tee Lopes is a pretty talented dude. You may have heard his Sonic remixes. Well, he's been hired by Sega to work on Sonic Mania! Finally, something Sega has done right. Globulous has been on the backlog for quite a while. The music is from the talented zircon and Jeff Ball. More songs are on the backlog, but they're not winter-themed. The rest of the update comes from a FREE Christmas video game album by Various Artists. A group of musicians got together and cooked up this pretty lengthy album. Despite what the name and image suggests, much of the album is not comfy at all. Happy non-denominational holiday season, everyone! Here's to 8 more years!