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October, 2016

  • 19 October

    Rez Infinite Review – Definitive Mind Killing

    Rez Infinite Review

    Publisher: Enhance Games Developers: Monstars, Resonair Platform: PlayStation 4 (PlayStation VR compatible) I’ve waited nearly 15 years to play Rez. This was a game with such immediate visual and conceptual hooks that it was hard to forget about even without actually touching it. Putting it simply – Rez is a rail-shooter where you hack into a trippy abstract representation of a computer database. Your ...

April, 2016

  • 10 April

    No Man’s Sky Soundtrack: First Song Released


    65daysofstatic have now announced details on the release of the official soundtrack album for the highly anticipated game No Man’s Sky. The name of the album will be ‘No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe.’  It will comprise of 10 songs that make up the official soundtrack to No Man’s Sky along with an additional collection of soundscapes and sound ...

February, 2016

  • 4 February

    Eitr – Interview With The Composer

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    Eitr is an upcoming indie game inspired by norse mythology. In this interview with Cedric Baravaglio we talk about his soundtrack to Eitr including the epic song ‘Infectious’ from its trailer. Other topics include his inspirations and other projects including the Neko Light Orchestra who have gained popularity through their covers of video game and film music. Also, the Noob ...

January, 2016

  • 6 January

    Brad Fuller – Atari Composer Passes Away

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    Brad Fuller, the man who was director of audio at Atari for more than a decade, has passed away. Fuller was responsible for the soundtracks of such classic games as Tetris, Marble Madness & Millipede. He was also responsible for some of the iconic sound design coming from Atari since he joined the company in 1982. He worked on a ...

November, 2015

  • 16 November

    Nobuo Uematsu Not Working On Final Fantasy VII Remake


    In an interview with Jeuxvideo.com, Nobuo Uematsu has revealed that he is not involved with the Final Fantasy VII remake…(“Not at all.”) This is a good indicator of the things to come, Square Enix will either commission yet another re-arrangement of the original Final Fantasy VII score, a-la Takeharu Ishimoto’s Crisis Core. Or commission a brand new original score for ...

September, 2015

  • 25 September

    Evil Blue Koala – Interview With The Composer

    Evil Blue Koala

    Arne Goyvaerts, AKA ‘Evil Blue Koala’ is a composer and sound designer from Antwerp, Belgium. In this interview with the composer we discuss his work on the Skyrim ‘Additional Music Project,’ the upcoming game ‘Revolve‘ by Rusty Bolt Studios and his improvisational album ‘Seaside Piano’.

July, 2015

  • 6 July

    Mother 4 – Interview With The Composers (Video)

    Mother 4

    Following my Shuffle or Boogie article on the music of the Mother series, I had a chance to interview Shane Mesa & Dani Person who are hard at work on the music for the upcoming fan-made fourth entry in the series, Mother 4. While I decided not to badger them for a release date, the answers they gave were both ...

June, 2015

  • 25 June

    Shuffle or Boogie? – Mother & Earthbound


    When you think of Nintendo, do you think of Mario, Zelda, Metroid or Donkey Kong? Perhaps you think of the notoriously bad games Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, Dragon’s Lair or Fester’s Quest? I don’t. I think of Mother, not my mother, but the game series which some of you might know as Earthbound. In fact, Earthbound is perhaps the ...

April, 2015

  • 24 April

    Shuffle or Boogie? – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Mods


    I have recently purchased my first gaming PC and so, of course, I was looking forward to re-visiting one of my favorite video games, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and modding the hel out of it! One of the options for modding Skyrim is the customisation of sound and music so I thought it would be a great opportunity for ...

March, 2015

  • 21 March

    Shuffle or Boogie? – Frank Klepacki & Grey Goo

    Grey Goo

    Grey Goo was one of my most anticipated games of 2015, so this time I’ll be talking about Frank Klepacki, his work up until now and how this new game’s audio shapes up. Frank Klepacki is a Las Vegas based composer and sound director. His story begins at only 17 years old when he joined the company that many might ...

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