"Note: I am splitting this category into two sections because, when you think about it, there really are two kinds of sorrow and loss themed tracks. There are tracks that have full-blown pathos throughout their entirety and others that have small nuggets or slightly "tinker" with the idea of sorrow. Of course, this is all open to interpretation - and someone may feel some of my picks are placed in the wrong section - but that in itself is why music is such an interesting art form.
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“Like many gamers, upon completing a video game I often times like to write a review. Even in my high school days I've always liked the written word (well, much more than math and numbers at least) so I often write things down as a point of reference for the future. I know that reviews are often meant to guide others in the positives and minuses of a given product, but I tend to see them useful for myself as well. I often wonder if I'll feel the same about a given game or item ten or fifteen years down the road. Looking back at some of my oldest scribblings, some of the music CDs I liked in my youth have aged very poorly. It's a real hoot to see such a contrast in opinion as tastes change and evolve... but given the hand that fate has dealt Castlevania: Lord of Shadows ~Mirror of Fate~ writ” read more
"No.287 / Added: 06.04.13 / Status: Played
Doomed to be undervalued and unappreciated, I was pleasantly surprised with Mirror of Fate. While I didn't totally write off the franchise when the original Lords of Shadows came out, I do feel Mirror of Fate makes a significant effort to embrace the series roots while still being true to its own vision. If the poor reception and sales have been any indication however, it seems players aren't too impressed. Personally, I loved it and how it bravely rewro"