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Submitted by -Mezzo- 843d ago | interview

From 'Dead Space 3' to 'Tomb Raider:' An Interview with Jason Graves

Forbes - When it comes to game trilogies with memorable music, “Dead Space” is one of the notables. Jason Graves’ haunting music has accompanied us since the beginning, with each entry changing to reflect the tone of the individual game. Graves himself is having quite the early half of 2013 with both “Dead Space 3″ and “Tomb Raider” releasing within a month of one another. Graves took a moment to talk about the continuation of a trilogy, as well as creating an instrument to suit a game’s needs. (Culture, Dead Space 3, Jason Graves, Tomb Raider)

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