Submitted by ZacE 259d ago | interview

Interview with Killer Instinct, Wolfenstein: The New Order Composer Mick Gordon [Capsule Computers]

Zac Elawar from Capsule Computers wrote:

"Killer Instinct is finally only a week away from release, and today I got to interview the extremely generous and talented fellow Aussie, Mick Gordon, composer for not only the Xbox One fighter, but the next Wolfenstein: The New Order and a fantastic-looking horror-exploration title called Routine, developed by indie team Lunar Software. We covered the musical design and production processes behind all three games’ soundtracks and scores, although we notably go in-depth on every revealed Killer Instinct character’s theme. We also touch upon the possibility of a new Killer Cuts album release, how Mick failed miserably at his first attempt to impress Double Helix and more." (Killer Instinct, Mick Gordon, routine, Wolfenstein: The New Order, Xbox One)

masterabbott  +   259d ago
awesome interview so far still listening.

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