Far Cry 3 made wonderful use of music - With M.I.A's "Paper Planes" setting a perfect tone for the kind of people Jason and his friends were, the the use of Ride of Valkyries during the final mission being a perfect summation of Jason's arc. The key of course is using it wisely, which Ubisoft does a decent job of - oddly enough in their Rayman Rabbids series, which featured several popular and zany songs that made that game feel special, too. Using familiar music in Far Cry 4 could make the foreign setting both a little more welcoming or all-the-more alienating. Considering how omnipresent American media is worldwide, it'd be great to have popular songs pop up during cut-scenes, on the radio, or or even during loading screens. Lets remember how important music was to Far Cry 3's flamethrower mission, where a popular Skrillex song took on a whole new light. If Far Cry 4 could do the same, you may never think of some music the same way again.