I've done it before, but it's not something I do often, I say I do it even less than rarely, but I have done it a few times before, and more so last gen than this, but one time I put in The Dark Knight and Batman Begins soundtrack as I played Arkham Asylum, it didn't exactly go together a lot of the time, but still. There have been a bunch of threads about playing games as you listen to music, but I wanted to be a little more specific. If you have, what did it do to the experience?
I've played some Star Wars games, so technically yes. But no, I don't listen to film soundtracks while playing games much.
Unless you count boardgames. I have definitely used film (and videogame) soundtracks to lend ambiance to those, since they don't bring their own music.
You mean a score right, music composed for the film? Not just like a licensed soundtrack? I used to do it with the score from Casper and the score from Independence Day. Not so much lately.
This actually makes me think that I should take some of the game soundtracks I have, and used the Xbox music replacement feature to throw those in to other games... I bet that would create some odd moments.