With All That Jazz, Paradox is introducing an all new kind of traffic jam in Cities: Skylines. The briefly internet-famous Jazz Boatman returns as DJ, so players can dig harder than a jackhammer at a road repair. The new All That Jazz radio station will feature 16 new songs across several smooth genres: Classic, Latin, Funky and Chill-Out Jazz.
1. Houston River Jazz Collective - 36th Street
2. Houston River Jazz Collective - Hallet's Cove
3. Houston River Jazz Collective - Northern Boulevard Jam
4. Houston River Jazz Collective - The Astoria Way
5. Jazz In-Clave - Bauza Chico
6. Jazz In-Clave - Habanera Big Four
7. Jazz In-Clave - Ponchando Fashion
8. Jazz In-Clave - Tresillo Hideaway
9. Phrase It Differently - Fusionistic Mystic
10. Phrase It Differently - 7 O'Clock
11. Phrase It Differently - Cracks
12. Phrase It Differently - Loveshift
13. The Sierra Lewis Project - Fiesta Siesta
14. The Sierra Lewis Project - A Walk In The Park
15. The Sierra Lewis Project - The Conquistador
16. The Sierra Lewis Project - Praia Verdi
This pack features a very good selection of music (fairly standard for these packs). The price is more reasonable for the content you get (compared to Rock City for instance)... It features very typical Jazz which does add a certain something to playing the game (particularly if you're building a downtown district in a sprawling city! It adds a bit of variety but I have to say I'm not a massive fan of 'just' music packs. I thought CO did a great job with their Concerts pack as it adds new content to the game. I can only recommend this pack if you are a keen listener of Cities radio stations and want to add a bit more variety to the offering. It's OK. If, like me, you are more interested in content, I'd save your money or get the Concerts pack.
All That Jazz DLC is one of those content packs that only few companies could do, but the most prominent example of making that kind of thing is Paradox with countless portrait, skin and music packs. This DLC is pretty harmless, because all it does is adding jazz to the playlist and it has mostly one purpose only - to help you immerse yourself into the game, and I would say it gets the job done. If it felt unreal to you or putting you out of the game that there is not much jazz in the game, this one fixes it. Other than that, it doesn't have any impact on the content of the game (other than music) or gameplay at all. It is harmless and doesn't lock you out of anything the game has to offer. Overall, buy it only if you want to support developers or want some more tunes in your game. If not, then wait for some proper expansion and just play the game as it is, because it is still excellent.
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