Longtime series composer Akira Yamaoka left Konami to work on the long anticipated action/horror game Shadows of the Damned. His departure left the future of the series a little cloudy since Yamaoka’s had a powerful influence on the game’s atmosphere since the first game. I was worried until news came out that Dexter composer Dan Licht was going to be working on the music for the upcoming game. Below you’ll find a sample of what he’s been working on, and while it’s decidedly different from what we’re used to, I’m thinking it’s still very Silent Hill.
So that’s the good news, would you like some more? Well, it’s either good or bad depending on how you look at it. I’m a glass half-full kind of guy so I see the confirmation of no multiplayer in Downpour as a good thing. After the jump you’ll find out why. READ MORE
On Nov. 16th, the soundtracks for Capcom’s Dead Rising 2 and Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles will be released to retail outlets via Sumthing Else Music Works as well as digital outlets, such as Amazon MP3, iTunes, etc… You can hear samples of the music by clicking on the links below. Also, don’t forget to check out our exclusive interview with Dead Rising 2 composer, Oleksa Lozowchuk.
So, I don’t smoke weed anymore, but back when I did, I would get pretty blazed. No, scratch that. I would get TORN UP! I’m talking unable to move, everything was chill and I could barely see three feet in front of me due to the amount of smoke. Yeah, it was good times. So even though I’ve quite pot, I still remember the times and the experiences associated with it. This was the approach I took in reviewing the soundtrack to ‘Night of the Living Heads’ (NOTLH). I put myself back in those days and thought of how I would feel listening to the music whilst stoned off my ass. Check after the jump to see if I’m having a good or a bad experience!