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Submitted by Pozzle 840d ago | opinion piece

Dungeon Music: Has It Gotten Better?

ZD writes: The first four Zelda games have largely similar, and mostly iconic, dungeon music. It’s generally energetic, mysterious, and indicative of danger. The Legend of Zelda’s dungeon music could even be called sad; but for the most part, what followed was a host of very similar themes, to set up similar atmospheres and a unified feeling for the dungeons of these games. (3DS, GameCube, Nintendo DS, Retro, The Legend of Zelda, Wii)

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