“It’s already been a fantastic year for composer John Robert Matz! At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, his score for Fossil Echo was awarded “Best Interactive Score” by the Game Audio Network Guild,Read more!
“A collection being assembled by The Video Game History Foundation aims to archive artwork and assets created by game publishers for media outlets before degrading physical media causes those pieces of video game history to beRead more!
“The Video Game History Foundation’s Video Game Media Assets Collection is an archive of digital material originally intended for use in media publications. This material is typically generated by a video game publisher and sentRead more!
“We’re delighted to announce the launch of a new book series for academic peer-reviewed books presenting high-quality research on video game music and sound. The series includes both monographs and edited collections. It does notRead more!
“Based in Australia, Good Knight Productions’ video game soundtracks are an instant shot of nostalgia. Video game music can be pretty awesome. It can represent any mood or feeling, ranging from anger to serenity toRead more!
“War never changes, and the most recent game from the Battlefield series is one of the greatest examples from this industry which shows how horrible the state of armed conflict can be. Scenes presented inRead more!
“This week we focus on the small-ish library of role playing games for the Sega Dreamcast. The Sega Dreamcast is a very special system for both of us. It had some great games, but theyRead more!
“Over the last few days I’ve been listening to those “science” curated playlists: ones supposedly designed to make you more creative, more productive, that sort of thing. Up until that point, however, I was aRead more!
“2. The pioneer of video game music concerts Koichi Sugiyama – best known for composing the music for ‘Dragon Quest’ – is the pioneering figure in the performance of video game music.” – classicfm.com Read theRead more!