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breakingthefragile
January 26th 2013


2966 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

@fromtheinside I'm really bad with procrastination. I always choose to write reviews
really late at night when I'm in a hurry to get to sleep. Gotta get out of the habbit.

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fromtheinside
January 26th 2013


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break(ing) the habit break[ing] the fragile.
this seemed obvious

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oltnabrick
January 26th 2013


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LP reference

breakingthefragile
January 26th 2013


2966 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Wow. Holy fuck, how did I miss that opportunity for a pun? I'm a disgrace.

Acanthus
January 26th 2013


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Didn't read the review, though I want to try the game (enjoyed the others a lot, the more modern story looks interesting) and knowing that both Noisa and Combichrist did tracks for the game makes me want to get the OST.

Interesting that you mention dubstep in Borderlands 2, there really wasn't much of it there (read, like three tracks one of which was only the trailer).



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EvoHavok
January 26th 2013


1498 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I listened to this last week and it's so great. Just checking Combichrist's album and the actual game these days.

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Atari
Contributing Reviewer
January 26th 2013


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Great review breaking. I haven't heard much dubstep not sure it's my thing but the review makes it sound cool and I'm gonna play the game so I'll stay open minded.

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breakingthefragile
January 26th 2013


2966 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Thanks guys, and Acanthus, I heard a lot of dubstep in Borderlands 2 actually. It mostly dominated at least half of the score.

clercqie
Contributing Reviewer
January 26th 2013


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Decent enough review but tbh I'm getting a bit tired with everyone mentioning Skrillex in practically every writeup regarding bass-heavy artists...

Gonna go replay DMC3 again one of these days.

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
January 26th 2013


22047 Comments


never really thought of noisia as dubstep

this sounds like dnb to me

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breakingthefragile
January 26th 2013


2966 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

He's unarguably the most popular artist in the genre, and most movie soundtracks have either featured Bangarang or an original song for him, so even though he's mentioned in "almost every writeup", he was the most appropriate example I could use in that case.

LowStandards
January 26th 2013


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I think I'll check this out, but I'm a bit conflicted. I plan on getting this game on my PC fairly soon, so maybe it would be best to experienced the music in-game. If I listen to it a hundred times over before I even play the game, it may lose its effect during my playthrough.


YoYoMancuso
January 26th 2013


11223 Comments


great games great soundtrack great review. pos

Acanthus
January 27th 2013


9545 Comments


Weird, don't mind being wrong though as I was just talking without playing the game myself (just used
the devs reply to the dubstep trailer as justification) so don't mind me ^_^



breakingthefragile
January 27th 2013


2966 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

You should check out the soundtrack album for Borderlands 2 man, I think you'd really like it. I think about 5 different video game score composers were all equally involved in making the music, so it's like the game itself in how it succeeds the most as a team effort. There's a lot of different influences and textures and genres going on, it's really quite varied and fun.

Emim
January 27th 2013


26675 Comments


Need to hear this

Acanthus
January 27th 2013


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Will do, the first track is awesome so far.

Wolfhorde
January 27th 2013


13688 Comments


"Old DMC will always be better"
This.

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breakingthefragile
January 27th 2013


2966 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah, it doesn't measure up to the original Devil May Cry, but I think it's still worth
playing if you want a good hack and slash that didn't fuck up horribly like Ninja
Gaiden 3 did.

Wolfhorde
January 27th 2013


13688 Comments


Well, it's not necessarily 'bad' but it's like.. "wait, THAT's it?!" I mean even the latest DMC with Nero had LOTS more depth to it and stuff to do. This is like "kill 3 people, defeat your brother".

That being said, the soundtrack wasn't too bad. At points it kind annoyed me.



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