Like bschmidt1962 said above me, there isn't really a specific standard. One of the most important thing when dealing with overall loudness in game music is mastering all of the music at a consistent level across all of the tracks, as well as all of the sound effects. When the programmers go into the engine and set specific audio tracks on levels & sound effects on animations & actions, they will actually set the playback level (Usually a variable in the game settings or something along those lines). It creates less work for them and a faster production overall if each of the audio files are set consistently on your part.
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