The music in Moto Rush GT just doesn't jive with me. Sounds generic. Do you do the same in some video games?
@kadin_kai: ‘ I hated the Far Cry 5 music. ‘
And who could forget Disco Inferno?
I actually enjoyed it quite a bit. They really put effort into the soundtrack - I thought. It perfectly fit the tone of the game.
In most games I tend to dial that down, yes.
Especially multiplayer focused games that I will sink in for many hours. I turn off the in-game music and play my custom playlist in the background. Just to prevent monotony. Love music but not many games have a good enough tracklist to keep me engaged for very long.
I hated the Far Cry 5 music.
Would that not go in line with the game? I always assumed Far Cry was over fatigued at this point. What being an overly cinematic/ sandbox casual experience.
Isn't that why Ubisoft is changing development focus because they're well aware they've become a bit too generic and designed on over-simplicity.
Depends on the kind of game. Racing-type games like Burnout I tend to replace the soundtrack with my own. I also like to multitask some game types by watching TV at the same time. Sometimes I'll turn off the game music in that scenario. Most of the time I leave it, though.
No. Just in some rare cases where I get very annoyed by the music. I think Burnout Paradise was the last game that annoyed me with its music. When you hear the song Paradise City at least 10 times every gaming session, you tend to get really fucking tired of Paradise City.
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