These days, it seems like every other new video game trailer comes packed full of “wubs and dubs,” while short-changing the audience on content.
Dubstep, the highly popular, bass-heavy electronic music genre, has been making frequent appearances in game trailers since the latter half of 2011.
As the “music” of the now-infamous Skrillex began frequenting more and more frat house ragers and crappy sushi bars, so did the gaming industry fall head-over-heels for the latest music trend.
By nature, it’s a high-energy, kinetic style of music that can make even the most mundane actions seem epic.
But this is one fad that needs to come to a swift end.