Overblood Original Soundtrack [VERIFIED]
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Justin Courtney Pierre (born May 26, 1976) is a singer, songwriter and guitarist originally from Mahtomedi, Minnesota, United States. He is the co-founder and lead vocalist of the pop punk band Motion City Soundtrack, and is known for his interests and pursuits in film making and production of music.
Riverhillsoft also published Prince of Persia in Japan. Their ports to the Japanese NEC PC-9801 and PC Engine CD platforms featured improved graphics (introducing the Prince's classic "turban and vest" appearance) and a new Red Book audio soundtrack. They also ported it to other computers and video game consoles, helping the game become a worldwide success.
Nishiura soon started work on Dark Cloud, an early PlayStation 2 RPG released in 2000. Though he had never composed a video game before, he developed concepts for tracks by carefully reading the scenario and discussing ideas with the designers. Much of the soundtrack comprised of straightforward tracks inspired by other traditional RPGs, including tender setting themes, edgy battle tracks, and ambient dungeon tracks. Nevertheless, he also expressed his own personality by incorporating Celtic influences and a colourful acoustic palette on a number of tracks, including the catchy, well-received main theme. Due to budget limitations, Nishiura was also expected to handle all other audio aspects on the project, including sound effects design, sound editing, and sound programming. It was a huge responsibility for one man, but he persevered to produce an effective accompaniment to the game and developed expertise in all aspects of game sound creation as a result. The final game was well-received across the world and sold over a million copies.
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OverBlood 2 is an ambitious narrative-focused game for the original PlayStation that tries to combine exploration, platforming, puzzle solving, real-time combat, and even a little racing. It shares little in common with the original entry in the series.
The score, too, is fantastic, sounding exactly like the soundtrack to a state fair from beyond the gates of hell. Any element of The Funhouse could be the icing on the 80s horror cake, but we'll give credit to the score, there. 2b1af7f3a8