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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 860d ago | trailer

The Music of Soul Sacrifice: Recorded at Skywalker Sound

Posted by Aram Jabbari // Public Relations Manager, PlayStation

If asked, most of us can recall a favorite scene or two from a movie, a shot or sequence that lingered with us long after the lights came on and we left the theater. We retain the visual, but often it isn’t until we see that same scene muted that we discover that the music, the aural accompaniment, was a far greater part of our experience than we realized.
Just as in cinema, music is a huge part of what makes many gaming memories so rich. It’s a significant ingredient in creating a sense of grandeur and making something feel epic. (PS Vita, Soul Sacrifice)

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izumo_lee  +   860d ago
Yasunori Mitsuda is by far one of my favorite composers in gaming so seeing him contribute his talents to Soul Sacrifice enhances what already is a game with great potential.

Add in Wataru Hokoyama who is a very decorated composer already this games music is gonna be epic!
MmaFan-Qc  +   860d ago
the more i see, the more Soul Sacrifice shape up to be better than MH4.(i will still get mh4 but damn....)
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Cloudberry  +   860d ago
Composed by one of JRPG music God; Yasunori Mitsuda.
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Chrono Trigger, Xenogears, Xenosaga Episode I, Shadow Hearts Covenant, etc.

I love most, if not, all of them.
dafegamer  +   860d ago
No wonder it sounds so godlike, so that guys is the composer behind the chrono and xenosaga series?
Seriously the soundtrack for this game will be fantastic
Cloudberry  +   860d ago
Yep.
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But he did only the first episode of Xenosaga though, if I recalled it correctly...

And Chrono Trigger is one of his masterpiece.
Ult iMate  +   860d ago
His Kirite album is also great.
Hicken  +   860d ago
The first Xenosaga had the best music, anyway.
-Gespenst-  +   860d ago
Don't forget Chrono Cross and Soma Bringer, the latter is criminally overlooked. One of his best for sure.

Kirite is pretty great too.
izumo_lee  +   860d ago
Kirite is spectacular!!

One of my personal faves of Mitsuda-san's is Creid. Loved the music of Xenogears & his sort of 'unplugged' take on the music with Creid is amazing.
-Gespenst-  +   860d ago
If Mitsuda's in then so am I.
godofboobees  +   860d ago
Greatest composer ever. Xenogears was a masterpiece
dboyman  +   860d ago
I am impressed by the work going into this game, especially since its a PS Vita title. I know from what I've seen and heard about this title, it's Day 1 purchase for me
Godchild1020  +   859d ago
This is what Sony needs to keep doing, spare no expense for story and/or action driven games. The music is what makes the action and the story more engaging and I can't wait to play the full game. They need to announce a release date overseas already. They should've had a worldwide release for this game.

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