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Submitted by JamesMerrett 757d ago | review

Video Game Orchestration Volume 1 Review- Gamemuse.net

Video game music is always something that strikes a chord (pun not intended), it can make or break a game and the more memorable ones stick with you. They could even be what sticks most with you after you’ve long stopped playing the game. Video Game Orchestrations Volume 1 is a collection of both new and classic tunes from some of the best video games ever released (Culture, Deus Ex, Gears of War, Rule Of Rose, The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind) 4/5

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