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Submitted by COrkibi 606d ago | opinion piece

Twinkle Twinkle Elder Scrolls: Why Music Makes a Good Game Great.

GamR Mag's, Christian Orkibi, talks about the experience of good music in good games, and how rhythm and gaming are intertwined. "

We all have things that make us fall in love with certain games and merely ‘enjoy’ others. Some claim this personal apex of gaming to be graphics or gameplay; some say it’s an incredible storyline and some just settle with fun multiplayer. For me it’s something a little different. (Crysis 3, Culture, Portal 2, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion)

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