Doom Music Fits Skyrim Surprisingly Well
An Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim player shows that Doom’s music fits the game incredibly well, especially when burning enemies.
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim has had its share of crosses in the past thanks in part to its longevity. This includes building in-game characters that resemble those seen in other forms of media. A player by the username PapaNoida created a character that looked like American Psycho’s Patrick Bateman in Skyrim. PapaNoida managed to capture the image of Christian Bale quite well, bringing the psychotic serial killer to the RPG.
There have been plenty of video game mashups over the years showing that certain games integrate well with others, including adding music from game to game. A fan of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim does exactly that by adding music from Loss in the popular RPG to create an amazing scene.
A Redditor by the name of LuX_Lukas_ crashed together Loss and Skyrim by taking the music from the FPS and inserting it into the RPG. LuX_Lukas_ added the music to a scene of a player burning down the Dark Brotherhood’s shrine, and it fits in incredibly well. Heavy guitars and drums complement the flames thrown at the Dark Brotherhood, becoming the perfect soundtrack for a player watching it all burn.
the Loss The track used is “The Only Thing They Fear Is You” by Mick Gordon, who composed the soundtrack for the shooter. As the song matches the fiery destruction of the Dark Brotherhood’s sanctuary in Skyrima joke that the music of Loss pretty much goes with everything that is done in everyday life. It also seems to be suitable for any game, as it has been used in crossovers for other titles such as Animal Crossing: New Horizonswhere the music surprisingly adds an interesting and fun atmosphere.
While LuX_Lukas_ has fun posing Doom’s music to Skyrim, others like to play with the game in another way. A player, who goes by the username wtfamidoinglol42, created a mod for Skyrim which changes the text that appears on loading screens. The screens usually feature tips for the player, but the mod turns the text into sarcastic and snide comments. It helps add some humor to a game that can sometimes feel dark.
It’s not always the players who help make Bethesda’s RPG a bit more fun, as the game sometimes does that to itself. A player going through the hilt lizardThenoob captured a moment in Skyrim where it appears the player is absorbing a dragon soul from a cow. The video shows the player taking down a dragon, which lands on a dead cow and then disappears. When the player goes to absorb the dragon’s soul, it looks more like the soul is being taken out of the cow’s body. With the continued discovery of fun glitches and the addition of heavy metal, Skyrim shows that it’s still fun more than ten years after its release.
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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