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Post Game Tristesse

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Post Game Tristesse (#28)
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Location Credits
Duration 3:17
Composer Robyn Miller
Copyright Robyn C. Miller 2016

Post Game Tristesse is part of the Obduction Soundtrack. It plays during the game's closing credits. "Tristesse" is a word of French origin meaning "melancholy".[1] Robyn used it to convey the sadness that comes when completing a video game or story, when the player realizes that the experience has come to an end.

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  1. "tristesse." Merriam-Webster.com. 2016. http://www.merriam-webster.com (26 September 2016).