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    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....
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    Hmm ... 3/5? Give me organ over dancemetal any day. It's dark and driving, for sure, but not my style.
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    3/5, there's a cat trying to sleep on my arm which makes it tricky ot type properly. I want to suggest something Final Fantasy related, but I'm drawing a blank as for what. Got any ideas?
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    Sounds like endgame... but without context, it seems to be missing something. 4/5. Well, let's fix that...
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    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:
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    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: View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Drm-jx6eEio
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    Oh, that one! A bombastic theme song that perfectly captures the tone of the game. So ... 5/5. I'm not in a mood to go hunting up a song right now. Can somebody fill in for me?
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    3/5, definite Western RPG style ambience vibe going on here. Idea - let's all pick season-themed music!
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    Ominous and tense intro, followed by something that sounds endgame ... 4/5. As for this, this character appears early enough in the game that his theme isn't necessarily a spoiler ... nonetheless:
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    4/5, sounds notably climactic and end-game for a combat/boss theme. Speaking of which: View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgTK2jffviY
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    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...
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    What game is that from? Well, 4/5, it is beautiful, calm, somber; not sure what to make of it beyond that. Wow, I correctly guessed which track that was without even looking. Next up:
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    4/5. There can be only one logical response to that track:
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    I have no nostalgia for the bandicoot. The tune has an interesting sound palette but there isn't much song here, just BGM. (If that makes sense.) 3/5. View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvfjbUaAZrI
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    3/5 - Not the best city theme but neither is it the worst. It's just ... a city theme. Here, have some more nostalgia. View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mlv8i0wtAA
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    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.) View...
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    3/5, the choice of instruments hasn't improved much since the original version. Besides, I always preferred this one to Green Hill: View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ap-fm75Grk
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    4/5, decent stuff for a finale. What is it exactly that makes a song sound climactic? Y'know, like this one: View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMa4hZQbrms
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    3/5, can't really identify what kind of theme this song is going for. (Oh, and on a technical note I can tell it is GB music because no triangle wave.) Or at least a remix...
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    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. View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEaZt0A0iHw (If the song's opening sounds like endgame, well ... it is.)
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