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Submitted by Grateful Ghoul 949d ago | preview

Preview: Beatbuddy (This Is My Joystick)

It’s fairly safe to say that it wasn’t long ago when people didn’t really care about how a game sounded. It was all ‘polygon count’ this and ‘number of on-screen enemies’ that. People didn’t deem the audio of their game to be that important.

Times have changed. We’ve got orchestras knocking out themes from our favourite games, downloadable soundtracks and press releases telling us to get excited about artists that feature within upcoming games. One of those upcoming games that has some very interesting audio is Beatbuddy. (Beatbuddy, PC)

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