Thursday 29th January 2015,
DarkCast Ep. 69: The War Still Rages Within
For this week’s episode we were fortunate enough to sit down with Jamie Christopherson, the composer of the latest game in the Metal Gear series, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. We discuss virtually everything, from creative influences to the design process to past projects. The intro and outro music is The War Still Rages Within from the Vocal Tracks version of the soundtrack. For more information about the game, check out Jeremy’s review. For more info on Jamie Christopherson or his music, see the links below.
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