“I’ll reveal my bone of contention from the offset, I do genuinely believe, with no malice or ill feeling due, there aren’t many genuinely good or great soundtracks in their entirety. I could name a dozen individual themes I enjoy but for a soundtrack in its purest term, I just don’t believe there are many greats, even extending this beyond gaming into film and television” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Seventeen: Favourite video game soundtrack?
“The Soundtrack Book released in Japan as an accompanying piece of merchandise to the game was a surprising find, admittedly a somewhat mystery package in a store selling a wide variety of gaming memorabilia but one given its name was recognisable and the curiosity towards a Soundtrack Songbook was a strong one. ” Continue reading Biohazard 4 Soundtrack Book Review
“For me, the lasting impression I took of the game playing as Henry was a broken and hurt individual who had sacrificed a great deal for the woman he loves, perhaps loved. The Forest presented a chance to heal and find peace in his soul and in the choices he had made.” Continue reading 12 Months, 12 Games: February – Firewatch
“A wealth and abundance of riches, choosing a single piece from this composer whose scores are as renowned as the worlds he brings to life in his compositions was daunting prospect. A number of his tracks have had a different impact on me as I have grown up and become aware of the impact he alone has had on the cultural resonance.” Continue reading 10 Composers, 10 Great Movie Themes
“As a medium, arguably gaming which has only seen a real investment in budget and investment in the last couple of decades, certainly in the west to a consistent level has begun to see more memorable and cinematic soundtracks to challenge and rival those of its screen contemporaries and peers.” Continue reading Game Music For Your Consideration