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Submitted by heavynickel 574d ago | interview

Composer interview: Winifred Phillips talks ‘Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation'

National Soundtracks: "It is very apparent that video game composer Winifred Phillips is a favorite in the world of gaming music. In just a few short years, with less than a dozen titles to her credit, she has achieved a wealth of acclaim for nearly every project. For her most recent, the PlayStation Vita’s “Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation,” she has racked up accolades and awards from GameFocus, GameMusic.net, GameZone Game of the Year Awards, IGN Best of 2012 Awards, G4TV’s X-Play Awards, and Hollywood Music in Media. Read on, as we spend some time with Winifred Phillips and discover why gaming fans are practically salivating over her work for the “Assassin’s Creed” franchise!" (Assassin's Creed III, Dev, Industry, PS Vita)

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