If you're a subscriber to Sony's Music Unlimited service, you probably can't get enough of streaming dozens of tunes across various stations.  But a few of you gaming fans might be wondering, "Say, are we gonna get a channel?  Wonder no more.

Sony has officially launched the Game Music Channel for the service, enabling users to listen to various tunes from past and present games, including offerings like Assassin's Creed, Silent Hill, Prince of Persia, Final Fantasy and, our favorite, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.  Current tunes from games like Journey and God of War: Ascension should be joining the cut as well, along with music from other Sony-based games and third parties.

The channel is free of charge to subscribers, and it's easy to sign up if you haven't yet, as you can stream music through PlayStation 3, PS Vita and your PC with ease.

To learn more about Music Unlimited – or to sample some tunes that you can hum along with – head over to this page.  Bring some headphones.