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Do We look At Video Game Soundtracks As A Whole Or As Background Noise? Part 5 (GamerLive.TV)

Dead Space has horrified audiences since it first started in 2008. You played as Isaac Clark, a ship systems engineer on titan station when all hell breaks lose. Setting the tone for the series is the soundtrack done by Jason Graves. Graves score in the series is chilling and often leaves players on the edge of their seat. In Dead Space 2, he used a wide range of instruments to horrify the player. Screeching violins, vibrant ambient noises and roaring electric guitars always kept the game fresh as you continued to fight against necromorphs. but do fans notice? Do people look at soundtracks as a whole or as background noise?

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aaabbbccc43241544d ago

it depends on the game and situation really.
However i think the soundtrack is really important because it makes you feel certain emotions and can sometimes make a game more enjoyable. games like ac revelations, uncharted 3 and crysis 2 have great soundtracks, for example this crysis 2 track made the part of the game pretty amazing:
http://www.youtube.com/watc...