No incidental music in Botw

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  1. loler55
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    Hey guys
    Where is the awesome background music like in all the other zelda titles?
    I missed this so much
    previously I was happy as it
    I find The music in the citys are not good
    Shame on you ninty
    All fans will have the time back how it was in Oot

    we felt with the music
    But in botw silence...
     
  2. sarkwalvein

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    That is the first weird thing I felt about the game... where is my Zelda music?
    Yeah, sure it is in the background, very very far in the background, perhaps next to some clouds in the sky.

    I love the ambience of this game, it is different for sure. I love what I feel with this "silence" TBH. (no, it is not silent, but you should get what I am talking about). Anyway, I just began playing... perhaps tomorrow I will find it annoying.
     
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    Why ninty doesnt make a option to disable music and implement backgroundmusic like in Oot?
     
  4. ByteBite

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    You might have to turn up your volume or something, this game has background music. That or consult a doctor.
     
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    I sure found the Vah'Ruta music; it's been haunting me for 2 days
     
  6. ShadowOne333

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    I also loved that song.
    It's pretty haunting and it sure felt even stronger when I couldn't get the hang of the remaining terminals after one hour xD
     
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    Same reason your weapons break after two bobokins. False "realism". I mean you don't get background music for real when you're out hunting goats, do you?
     
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    As a tool for world-building and atmosphere, the subtle music cues contribute so much to the sparse landscape of the ruined Hyrule. The game has dispensed with a lot of the trappings of previous Zelda games, including the sound design, but it suits the overall feel of the individual journey that you go on as the player.
     
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    Visit the Zoras. Beautiful!