[SwE3tMadness continues her blog series on music in video games! This time, she talks about great songs in games that are simply too short, or get overlooked because they weren't used properly. -- JRo]
Over the past few months I've talked a bit about how the use of music in games enhances the overall experience as a whole. A good soundtrack in a game creates a specific atmosphere that can change the way we view the events it accompanies. However, sometimes the action in a game overrides the music, and the player potentially misses a great track because it either plays for too short of a time, or is covered up the other concurrent sound effects.
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Super Mario Galaxy: Buoy Base Galaxy Theme
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