I've been replaying XX lately and I've got to say it's a breath of fresh air to fight all these different monsters as I move through the game… however, one of the other things that is so nice is the different music! It varies so much and that's really awesome. anyway, my hope is that somebody might be willing to do what i've seen as a popular mod for SFV, which is just playing randomized music from previous games while in combat. when you are in combat, it can play whatever looping music (narga, D. island, mizitsune, etc.) and when out of combat you can just quiet it down to replace the "pursuit" version so it doesn't get cut off. This simple change would just give me so much more playability while still having that monster hunter feel instead of my own random spotify playlist.
PS: if anyone was wondering there is a lot of monster hunter music on youtube and even an album on spotify from Tri. I was willing to use this as a replacement when the game came out (open tab playing in the background) but then I saw that I have the recommended specs and I'll be getting 30 fps and I don't want to negatively impact that -_-.
TL;DR: just replace the battle music with random past monster hunter music and just quiet them while in the "pursuit" phase, (when chasing a monster, the themes actually play a fainter, and separate track) to make hunting less minotinous in this aspect.
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