@FairyGodfeather How does having music effect things? Honest for me it’s annoying as hell. I like music if what I’m reading is in braille, but since COG games are not like that and it is digital the music over laps the text reader’s voice. It’s like when you’re listening the text reader will say, “Then he went to….” Then you hear the background music and you can’t really hear what the text reader is saying. I’m thinking what happened? What again? Music mixed with the text reader just gave me a head ache.
Is it an issue? Yes, if the background music can’t be toned down because I hate it when the music mixes with the text reader.
Sound-effects? It’s a nice touch as long as it’s not a whole 3minute music that loops. A good example about the sound effects would be a “broken glass it shatters” then I hear it a glass shattering. After that silence so the text reader can continue without any more distractions.
@fantom iOS does have that feature, but any android user can just download their preferred text reader. Some are free, some are paid, but the thing is it all depends on what the person wants. I like the robotic voice better than those who like the voice reader to sound humanistic.