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Introduced back in 2014, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) added in Music Kits to replace music in game and to play if you're the MVP to bug everyone else with and they just released a fun sounding Tacticians Music Kit Box.

The new box is notable as it includes the works of various video game composers like Austin Wintory (Journey, Abzu, Banner Saga 1-3, Assassin's Creed Syndicate), Chipzel (Dicey Dungeons, Super Hexagon, Interstellaria), Freaky DNA (Retro City Rampage), Jesse Harlin (Mafia: Definitive Edition, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Star Wars: Battlefront II), Laura Shigihara (Deltarune, World of Warcraft, To the Moon, Rakuen) and also Sarah Schachner (Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Assassin's Creed Origins, various films and more).

Laura Shigihara (known as supershigi) also made a music video to go along with their track Work Hard, Play Hard which is totally ridiculous and a lot of fun:

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While it doesn't have an animated video, the track Mocha Petal from Austin Wintory is also very good that Wintory said was "what would happen if I smashed together beer garden-type polka and full on metal". As the description goes, it's certainly something:

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M@GOid 13 Aug
The first video is hilarious. Enabling shenanigans like this is part of the reason people like Valve so much.
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