04/14/2019 (Sun) 07:20:06
Melancholic for me, sounds nice.>>24830
That I didn't like. Starts all right first, sinister. But after the buildup it goes awry. It is kinda befitting for a war god and for an old sci-fi space movie at the same time, however I find the sound unpleasant.>>24832
I'm conflicted here. It's like dressing up a turd. It can be made look nice but it is still just a turd.
I not mean turd as in bad. It's quite all right, TES games generally have nice soundtracks, but it's just a fucking game for children and manchildren, one of the most plebian things, and now they try to sell it in this snobby patrician way. It's kind of a sacrilege. And yes sell, because it is all business ofc, not just the tickets but it's a new marketing technique.
I also see the decline of creativity. I find this as a parallel of the contemporary movie industry where they run out of ideas and original writing so they make movies out of comic books and remake old movies.
On the other hand I like Metallica's concert with the symphony orchestra and I acknowledge the fact that not just classical composer's compositions deserve to be played but contemporary's as well doesn't matter what is the source, a "real" composer or a vidya's soundtrack (tho these also can be made by real composers tho - probably Skyrim's was - and not just by a hobbist programmer who dabbles in music).