51 thoughts on “>he puts he’s own music over the video-game”

  1. I’ve always wondered who actually listens to music while playing games. I see those "NIGHTCORE DUBSTEP GAMING MIX 2018" videos on garden gnometube with like 15 million views but i don’t really understand why because most games need you to hear whats going on.

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  2. i can’t play call of duty online with the game sounds, no matter the game mode – even search.
    drain the shit out with anything i can and just use my instincts. nobody believes me though.

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  3. It’s been over 2k hours in monster hunter. I deserve a break. I do have a couple of older monster hunter tracks in the playlist.

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  4. >all these answers
    no wonder most of them are young people who do it
    the only games that could justify doing it, are the mmorpg games

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    • >no wonder most of them are young people who do it
      if anything it’s the opposite with me, when I was a teenager/young adult I took games way too seriously and always got mad at people that did this kinda thing. but now I’m pushing 30 and I just don’t give a fuck. games aren’t art, they’re toys after all.

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  5. If it’s a game I’m really invested in and want to get fully immersed in then I’d never consider it
    But the thing is I treat 99% of the games I play as the timewasters they are. I’m not gonna sperg out about hearing the OST to fucking picross or mario kart every single time I boot it up.

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  6. When a game’s music is very familiar and it’s the kind of thing I’ll be repeating a lot. My recommendation is playing the first Hitman to Selected Ambient Works Volume II, especially with the Rotterdam level.

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  7. sorry CK2’s soundtrack fucking sucks, I can only play in total silence for so long before I start to notice how autistic I am.

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  8. I do that shit all the fucking time in CTR: eurobeat, classic rock, JPOP, Disco the works. I used them to hype myself up to beat dev times and big names in multiplayer when we shared lobbies.

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  9. the way your character moves in dark souls 1 syncs up so perfectly to crystal castles. plus the ethereal yet energetic electronic music syncs up with this strange world so well… it’s quite the experience.

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    • this. If I’m actually advancing the plot in anyway or experiencing something new I put the game’s audio on. If I’m doing boring shit like grinding for levels, doing challenges like gathering collectibles, farming items, or whatever else that’s just tedious busy work I’ll put on my own stuff to zone out

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        • lots of rpgs, especially jrpgs, have this kind of shit in it. Another example I was thinking of when I typed that is monster hunter, where you’re just doing hunts over and over again to get a gem, a plate, or a crown you need.

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