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Announcing the National Bulbagraphic photography contest, open to entries from New Pokémon Snap and Sword and Shield, with prizes for the winners! A thread with all the details on how to enter can be found here.
I've personally felt this time was rather underrated; there aren't that many Pokemon battle themes that go for an ominous route.
God, I keep getting ninja'd left and right these days.
It's a catchy Mario battle theme; 7/10. I don't find it especially memorable, but its catchy.
More of a comment on my experience against the actual boss proper; but it somehow never occurred to me until after I beat it and began listening to its music afterwards that I really should've learned to use Bubble Shield against its mighty tackle.
I knew beforehand that Shining is a franchise that had its roots in the Sega library, but without that prior knowledge I'd honestly believe that this was an SNES RPG title thanks to this song's instrumentation. I'd give it a.... 8/10, It has this imposing sense of majesty I'd expect of a battle...
7/10 The GBA instruments make it feel familiar, though the main character's cameo as a summonable Assist Trophy in Super Smash Bros Brawl is my only exposure to this game, if at all. I'm somewhat interested in playing the game, regardless.
A different pitch and speed can certainly make a difference in mood. It may not change the song much in terms of integrity, but the slowed nature of this arrangement yields a considerably melancholic feel that isn't felt in the original song.
Okay, don't judge me, but Dire Dire Docks, while a...