Kazumi Totaka has a lot of great ones. Wave Race, Yoshi Story, even the dang Wii music.
The first 3 Halo games had amazing music, as well. First game "score" that I thought really matched what movies were doing.
@tokeeffe9 Super behind on this, but I have a few suggestions for New Orleans, a fair amount of it is food.
Dat Dog - Great and fairly inexpensive hot dog place with a variety of different sausages from different countries, and unlimited free toppings.
Barcadia - Depends on the night, but a pretty cool barcade in the Central Business/Warehouse district. Got a fair amount of decent games, but enjoyment really depends on what the crowd looks like. Pretty cool when you go on a weeknight and it's empty.
District Donuts - Really good donut place. They make different, strange flavors of donuts every day. Also, good coffee.
Angelo Brocato's - Good Cannoli and Gelato (Italian Ice Cream)
Liuzza's Restaurant & Bar - Cool little Italian place. They do a strange mix of Italian food and American Southern food (like, their Veal Parmesan can be deep fried). Really good if you want Italian food, but are sick of the same thing over and over again. Also, they serve drinks in goblets.
As far as activities, the World War II museum is really cool. Local Theatre is pretty dope, but I don't remember exactly who is doing what.
For music, go to Frenchmen Street. Lots of clubs on that street, each with their own feeling, but all playing good music with legit musicians. The places on Bourbon Street are usually tourist trash bars with cover bands. Frenchmen Street has tons of great jazz. Basically any place on that street is good, but if you want a specific place, I like Maison.
Audubon Zoo and Audubon Aquarium are both pretty cool, but can be pricey. City Park and Audubon Park are both beautiful when the weather's nice, and are totally free. The Lakefront on Lakeshore Drive is also really beautiful, and has great waterside parks. There's a fair amount of parks along the Mississippi too, and some places you can walk along the levee.
I am in town (just got back in this morning), so if you need help, or just want a buddy to explore the city with, feel free to hit me up. I can give you my email and stuff if you'd like.
Lately, lots of They Might Be Giants. Especially the older stuff.
Probably because I was in New York, and they mention NYC a lot in their older songs, so it was cool to go to places they mention or where they filmed their videos.
Don't Let's Start was somewhere I actually got to go to the filming location of (the old 1964 New York State Pavilion in Corona Park, Queens)