Has there been a more powerful vidya song since RDRs OST?
>When they poured across the border
I was cautioned to surrender
This I could not do
I took my gun and vanished.
>I have changed my name so often
I've lost my wife and children
But I have many friends
And some of them are with me
>An old woman gave us shelter
Kept us hidden in the garret
Then the soldiers came
She died without a whisper
>There were three of us this morning
I'm the only one this evening
But I must go on
The frontiers are my prison
>Oh, the wind, the wind is blowing
Through the graves the wind is blowing
Freedom soon will come
Then we'll come from the shadows
Minus Jeremy Soules recent work all of those came before RDR. I was talking about OST SINCE RDR. Wolfensteins: New Order OST was amazing as well.
Guess you're gonna derail the thread with semantics. I said the recent stuff by Jeremy Soule, you can throw Mists of Panderia in that statement. And you're the first person i've seen praise the Crysis soundtrack, so sure we can add that to good OSTs since RDR.
I found Nier's OST as a whole more impactful than RDR's. Probably because I was more emotionally invested in Nier (RDR didn't really grab me in that way, at all), and the only song I can remember from RDR is Dead Man's Gun.
I think both of them came out the same year, but I can't remember which came first so I'm just gonna hope it was RDR.
Not really, that just means you can separate your subjective enjoyment from the objective qualities of the game.
Like how I adore Vampire Rain, but I would never call it a good game.
Number scores are pointless. Either you enjoyed your experience or you didn't, that is all that matters. No numbers or decimals needed.
Open world games should be rated differently. They almost always have fluff content to extend the experience. I can't imagine Wolfenstein lasting 40 hours of continuous story and missions.
Good music thread?
I always enjoy characters like that. No matter how powerful someone is, everyone gets tired.
That was a bad example but I think you know what I mean. It's not intentional but I feel like I hold some games to a higher bar. Like I'm rating Far Cry against what video games are but TNO against what they should be.
Holy fuck, Max Payne 3. That entire game, 10 outta fuckin 10. I don't give a shit about people whining about the cutscenes, I love them, I love that they're required, it's a god damned Tarantino video game.
That music, breh.
Not that it matters, numbers mean different things to different people.
>Not worth a pre order
How about just telling what you liked or disliked about a game instead of trying to hide it behind a number. Everyone is just going to skip to the end if you use a number in a review.
Here's to the Crownless King