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Being that I am a Classical trained musician I was very happy to find the Agatha all violin station. Maybe it was because the music meshed perfectly with the setting, the skill of the pieces, or I just love gore and violin. I am hoping that the rest of the gaming population enjoyed this piece of culture in a modern "pop" game as much as I did. Did you?
I enjoyed it quite a bit. I have absolutely no musical talent, something I really hate about myself, but I do always find myself around musicians, particularly violinists. Really enjoyed that mixture you speak of, beauty and blood, good stuff. Also, worked great with the old-timey feel of the game.
"It is not death that we wish to avoid, but life that we wish
I think most people enjoy bloody gory stuff mixed with nice soothing music. Like runnin' people down in GTA while listening to the jazz station.
If you post it, they will troll.
I liked the station, and I liked the quest. Getting the Blackhawk at the end is all the more rewarding
I am just happy that 2 people enjoyed it.
But now, more than ever, I am glad I gave up classical music.
Yes. The quest = Pimp rewards (Yes, I just said pimp) + classical music + super mutant heads being blown off + 1940's vibe = BESTLYNESS!!!!
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I enjoyed finding out that Crow diddled Agatha. He always seemed the type.