Whether it’s the Suicide Mission music from the suicide mission at the end of the game, or the music from the Overlord DLC, or even the music from the final confrontation with the Shadow Broker, Mass Effect 2 had by leaps and bounds the best music in the series and possibly one of the best scores of any video game. It just manages to perfectly encapsulate the emotion of the scenes you’re playing through. Honestly, I’m almost enjoying listening to the game as much if not more than I am playing it. One of the best things about it is the way certain themes and motifs come back in different ways throughout the score, and I’m finding new ones as I listen to it.
Anyway, it’s Queue time. It’s very dramatic from my end due to the music, so imagine yourself as an action hero as I answer your question.
Join us this Saturday, January 22, as the new Blizzard Watch D&D campaign starts worldbuilding in its Session Zero
I’ll be honest, I don’t quite understand where this one came from — but that won’t stop me from using it in a Queue title! (Unless it’s, like, actually mean-spirited or something.)
Anyhow, it’s Thursday and we’re here to Queue what we Queue best: The Queue.