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The music is simple and has a nice modal "medieval" feel to it. The "Ante Room" and "Trouble Mix" selections are are just background music for those particular levels, right? So they impart a little flavor.As long as you can turn it off (sometimes background music gets tedious in games no matter how good/bad it is), I see nothing wrong with keeping the music.
We can only hope it makes it into the final game, though it's looking like the chances are slim.
hmmmm....I'm not a huge fan of background music in games unless it *really* makes sense, and in a game like DC3 I'm not sure that it really makes sense to have constant music in the background (for me, it takes away from the sense of actually being there exploring the castle, which I thought was supposed to be the point according to Zack Morris).It is intriguing though, and I agree, if you can turn it off then I don't see why it couldn't be included for those people who would prefer to have it...
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