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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.
4/5 by itself. Is it a World Map type theme? If so, some serious things had to go down to usher in such a tune as this.
Oh, and apparently Super Mario Odyssey has more than just one song with lyrics....
I forget the context that tune plays in, but judging by the title it's probably a spoiler for those who haven't beaten the game (and I did). 4/5 for the somber mood though.
I think it's the world map theme.
On which note, I think this is the airship theme:
Hmm, 3/5. It has a fitting mood, more so for certain types of castle than others. And the main loop of the song feels short at ~35sec.
Compare to this:
Hmm, 4/5. It's okay, but ... just okay, I guess? I prefer the tune BAG linked instead.
Okay, I'm also giving that a 4/5 but for different reasons -- I don't agree with all the transitions between its movements but when the best parts kick in they are good.
Anyone else get this tune stuck in...
I'm going to be generous and give that a 5/5. It's an incredibly upbeat tune for a game with so much violence, a perfect match for your initial battle tutorials, you'd never know the song itself is over 50 years old. (Seriously, go look it up.)
4/5 - Not sure what to make of it; since I'm not familiar with the Phoenix Wright franchise, all I hear is generic Capcom battle music.
(If the song's opening sounds like endgame, well ... it is.)