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Everything You Need to Know About the Dead Rising 3 Soundtrack

With Dead Rising 3's release date inching ever closer, word has come about the game's soundtrack, and we have all the details right here. With music composed and produced by Oleksa Lozowchuk, look for the digital album November 19th and the two-disc CD November 26th.

From the Press Release:

Sumthing Else Music Works, the premier record label dedicated to licensing and distributing video game soundtracks, proudly presents the Dead Rising 3 Original Soundtrack featuring the original music score from Capcom's new generation open-world zombie action video game available exclusively on Xbox One. The Dead Rising series is one of the most popular zombie game franchises, with more than 5.4 million units sold worldwide to date.

The Dead Rising 3 Original Soundtrack will be available digitally at iTunes, Amazon (pre-order info below), and other music sites on November 19, 2013. An expanded 99-track version of the album will be available exclusively at As a bonus,
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Review: 'Remember Me' soundtrack - Memorable Future

However lukewarm the reception was for Capcom's 'Remember Me', the majority of the reviewers agreed on one positive point about the game: its soundtrack was remarkable. Its composer, Olivier Deriviere adeptly uses various musical styles and consciously toys with familiar orchestral textures with positive results. As a cohesive soundtrack release, 'Remember Me's' compiled music conjures images of an unmade Philip K. Dick film.

If you've ever listened to a soundtrack before watching a film or playing a game, you often run the risk of spoiling yourself on the pacing and the ebb and flow of the narrative. You can certainly imagine a story play out in your head as you listen to 'Remember Me's' soundtrack, but at the same time, each track can stand on its own. The one exception is the track titled 'Fragments', a repetitive piece that fits well in the context of the game,
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Sr Geek Picks: Disney’s ‘Looper’, ‘Magic School Bus’ Movie Trailer, Bond 50th Anniversary Tribute & More

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Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web for you. Today you’ll find a crazy Hulk drug dealer car; Looper as a Disney movie; a Tetris desk lamp; a Bond timeline and How Casino Royale should have ended. All that and more on this edition of Sr’s Geek Picks!

To kick things off today, Cracked has 6 Iconic Movie Scenes That Happened by Accident.

HollywoodLeek has the 15 most expensive movies ever made.

Wired has a spoiler-filled visualization of Looper.


Pirates of Skyrim (Mash-up)

A mash-up of “He’s A Pirate” composed by Klaus Badelt from Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl mixed with “Dragonborn” composed by Jeremy Soule from The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim.


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This Week In Game Music: 'The Legend of Zelda' in Concert, 'DmC' and 'Borderlands 2' Scored

Plus, developer Gaia Interactive's Monster Galaxy soundtrack hits the top 20 on iTunes and renowned composer Howard Shore releases a second volume of his Soul of the Ultimate Nation soundtrack.

This week was nuts with new game music announcements, and I'm going to try to wrap all of them up for you. There's a lot to get through, so let's do this:

Bear McCreary scores shooter Moon Breakers: The Battlestar Galactica and The Walking Dead composer lent his talents to the free-to-play space shooter from developer Imba Entertainment. You can actually grab the Moon Breakers Ep on iTunes now.

You guys really like the Monster Galaxy soundtrack: The 26-track album from composer Jeremy Soule climed the iTunes charts this week. Could it be because publisher Artistry Entertainment is practically giving it away for $0.99?

Lord of the Rings conductor Howard Shore releases Soul of the Ultimate Nation Vol. 2 on July 10th: Shore
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Watch the BAFTA Video Game Awards Live

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Tonight the BAFTA Video Game Awards are being held in London and the list of nominees shows the breadth of talent being celebrated and you can watch along live with us.

BAFTA’s push to educate people about the importance of gaming and to celebrate the very best in this medium is commendable and they are best placed to do this with access to the top names in the industry.

The titles being celebrated tonight include the annual editions of the most popular franchises but there’s a lot of innovation on show; the latest version of Call of Duty, Portal 2, Super Mario 3D Land and the internet-conquerinig Skyrim are all up for awards tonight along with many more.

The IGN stream will go live from 20.15 and you can watch along below,

Here’s the feed, enjoy!

The 2012 BAFTA Game Award nominees are below,


Assassin’s Creed Revelations - Martin Schelling,
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BAFTA Video Game Awards 2012 – The Nominations

Last week it was all about the 2012 BAFTA Film Awards, and now sees our attention turn to gaming with the announcement of the nominees for the BAFTA Video Game Awards 2012. We were there last year and hope to be covering it again this year. But in the meantime here’s the full list of nominees, featuring the cream of the crop of video gaming.

Personally I hope Uncharted 3 sweeps the board in all the categories its nominated in, and – being a Mario fan – I hope Super Mario 3D Land and Mario Kart 7 pick up awards… although Dead Space iOS could give them a run for the money in the handheld categories!


Assassin’s Creed Revelations – Martin Schelling, Darby McDevitt, Raphael Lacoste / Ubisoft Montreal/Ubisoft Batman: Arkham City – Jamie Walker, Sefton Hill, Adam Doherty / Rocksteady Studios/Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 – Development Team / Infinity Ward
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The 2012 BAFTA Video Game Nominations Announced

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Last week was all about the movie awards but now BAFTA keep up the momentum by announcing the nominations for the 2012 Video Game Awards. Batman: Arkham City and L.A. Noire come in strong but we’ve got the full list for you below.

Let us know in the comments section below which you want to win and what’s missing from the list.


Assassin’s Creed Revelations - Martin Schelling, Darby McDevitt, Raphael Lacoste / Ubisoft Montreal/Ubisoft Batman: Arkham City – Jamie Walker, Sefton Hill, Adam Doherty / Rocksteady Studios/Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 – Development Team / Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games/Activision Blizzard Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Jean-Francois Dugas, Antoine Thisdale / Eidos Montreal/Ubisoft Portal 2 – Development Team / Valve/Valve Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception – Evan Wells, Christophe Balestra, Amy Henni g/Naughty Dog/Sony Computers Entertainment Europe

Artistic Achievement

Batman: Arkham City – Jamie Walker,
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The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim Review [Xbox 360]

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim is the latest in a franchise that has dominated the open world RPG. In 2006, Oblivion wowed audiences with it’s huge sprawling vistas and incredible wealth of content. Yet, five years is literally an age in gaming and while we are still using the same hardware, what can be done with it has evolved hugely. So does Skyrim raise the bar for the series or rehash Oblivion’s past glory? Well it is easy to say that Skyrim has improved upon Oblivion in every way.

The most notable upgrade is the new graphics engine Bethesda created for the game. Oblivion may have looked amazing in 2006 but now it looks pretty terrible and Bethesda have addressed this with a stunning graphics engine that squeezes so much more out of your console than you thought possible. There are still graphical limitations due to the huge open world,
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Offers Epic Yet Intimate Adventure

Bethesda Game Studios The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a celebration of fantasy gaming. It operates on a grand scale, but doesn’t lose sight of intimate details; it’s elaborate, but eminently fun and very playable.

The latest installment in the Bethesda Game Studios role-playing series came out in the U.S. Friday for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC after around three years of development. It follows the highly regarded Oblivion chapter, which sold
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Skyrim: Evolution Of A Theme

The fifth game in The Elder Scrolls series is released tomorrow. You may have heard of it? Skyrim? No, ok maybe you missed it. Well in celebration of this I wanted to highlight one of my favourite aspects of the Elder Scrolls games since Morrowind, and that is the music of Jeremy Soule.

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

Soule came to the series in game III, Morrowind and created what has now become The Elder Scrolls Theme. A sweeping epic that stirs the soul and makes you want to reach for a shield and a sword, or a bow and an arrow. Or perhaps raise your hands in anger and shoot lightning from your finger tips. Yes it is epic, but listen to the opening melody, beautifully orchestrated with woodwind and slow strings that pluck at your heart like the harp that is picking out the melody. From there it builds into a heroic,
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