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Submitted by nabgil 621d ago | interview

Greatest Video Game Music: Interview | Gamereactor UK

GR-UK writes: "Last week the seventeen track Greatest Video Game Music Vol 2 was released. We talk to composer and arranger Andrew Skeet about his work, what missed the cut (Snake Eater, Castlevania) how chip tunes can better full orchestras ("composers of video games have not to be quite so creative as they were in the previous era"), and much more. (GameCube, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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