The song is a slow burn. 1:17 is when the song hits it's stride and then it becomes awesome. I actually like that one quite a bit.That game had one of the most cheesiest hometown music ever. Since you don't have the option to mute it, it grows on you!
I mean, just listen to this:
YEE-UH! UHH UHH!
Really the ultimate example of this. Shame a lot of people didn’t play it because of the muscly lady lol.
I mean they knew what they were doing with the way they treated Joel and it’s hard to not think they were pandering making you play the game as a ‘strong woman’ and the trans character nd definately made their own bed so to speak.Honestly, I dont blame anyone who didnt play the game after the leaks.
I spoiled myself in the leaks, I indulged in it, I too wanted to boycott the game at the start.
But I refused to not play the game and not at the least experience it for myself from a developer that hasn't failed me just yet.
I love the game, but the criticisms are valid because the game itself heavily relies on what a person may feel while playing the game.
Me and you may have felt what the developers wanted to achieve by the end of it, but humans are different enough from one another to not share the exact emotion we may have felt.
The controversy surround the game was to be honest, asked for.
Good or bad from the outcome of such a gamble, we can only judge how the following games will be.
The song is a slow burn. 1:17 is when the song hits it's stride and then it becomes awesome. I actually like that one quite a bit.
The New LA music that kind of irrigates me is the stuff that plays around Armory Alley (OOOOOOOO ba ba de, ba de do do do ba de do doo doo daaaa....I can't hear you....I can't see you....) That song can be a bit too much at times, lol.
tbf if you didn't know their story reading they would just be random monsters except maybe that giant puppyHalf the Dark Souls bosses are good people who don't deserve me running through them.
Unfortunately for them, the devs gave them an arena and life bar.
Yeah that's true, but I always go out of my way to learn the bosses lore right after my first encounter with them. I like understanding the world and the opponents nature in these games since the lore is so goodtbf if you didn't know their story reading they would just be random monsters except maybe that giant puppy
When I see NPCs camping in RDR2 I always go and say hi to them. 99% of them are rude and tell me to leave, then they threaten me with weapon so I have to kill them. I feel bad about it. I only wanted to hang out by the fire.