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September 20th, 2012, 16:11
Originally Posted by DArtagnan View Post
THAT particular piece of music was so powerful and so unique - and it did serve as a fantastic underpinning for the setting - but probably only because you're not playing while it's there.

I think the main quality is that it's so melancholy and so fitting with the steampunk/victorian era atmosphere. It really promises a game that's not just fast food entertainment, but wants to do something more.

I like pretty much all of the tracks on their own, yet in-game the music becomes detrimental to the experience quite fast for me. As I said, a curious case .
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