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Submitted by PixelitisBlog 566d ago | interview

An interview with globe-trotting composer Dale North - Pixelitis

"He is known as the self-titled Corgi King on the Internet and officially as the Editor-in-Chief of Destructoid, but you can now add another title to Dale North’s resume: videogame music composer.

North is no stranger to music, having done a fair assortment of arrangements for OverClocked ReMix over the years. His biggest breakout to original game scoring came last year with the release of Dragon Fantasy Book II, a 2013 indie RPG developed by Muteki Corporation for PlayStation 3 and Vita that serves as a throwback to classic 90s JRPGs. The digital and physical versions of the official soundtrack were released via Scarlet Moon Records in early January." - Patrick Kulikowski (Dragon Fantasy Book II, Industry, PS Vita, PS3)

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