A revamping/rescoring of the background music behind the wrenching final scene of Telltale's impressive video-game adaptation of The Walking Dead to give it some added punch (nai). Hope it proves enjoyable.
As the first word in the title suggests, the source music is more focused towards creating mood and general atmosphere, it being more abrasive and harsher, more minimalist, and less characterised by full melodic stretches and continuous, connected phrasing than the other videos that have been uploaded. Even so, it still manages to connect sharply with the dialogue at specific points (and becomes appropriately quite 'raw' as Clementine weeps). Earlier portions of the final scene not used in the previous videos are also included here. I've found out that the music works better and very fittingly in these earlier portions. If it wears out its welcome past the middle point, one can skip ahead to the closing music that follows Lee's final goodbye.
With the Bedouin-styled closing music and wailing chosen for this version, the video probably counts as the most despondent and emotionally discomforting in its conclusion compared to the other uploads on the channel.
As musical accompaniments go, largely expressive at points (tempting enough as it's been given this calibre of voice acting and writing to discount the risk of overemotional arrangements), as the Semitic taste is accustomed to.
(اللي منكن بيتذكر حالو كيف كان يدمَع على شوفة الانمي " سالي" بالزمانات اكيد رح يكيَف على هاللعبة.)