Samples of Square Enix's Blood of Bahamut soundtrack have been added to the track list page of the official website. Due out August 12, music is by Final Fantasy XI composer Naoshi Mizuta.
In an interview with Wired, composer Nobuo Uematsu explained the meaning behind the game title "Final Fantasy." It's true that Sakaguchi was going to quit, he said, but the real reason was that Square was going to go bankrupt and the designers believed that it would be the company's swan song.
Tim Wright aka. CoLD SToRAGE, composer for Shadow of the Beast, Lemmings, Wipeout and the forthcoming Gravity Crash, has reached into Outer Space for his latest album. Entitled "Project Moonbounce 2009", Wright has used large radio dishes in the UK and Norway to bounce sounds off the moon and incorporate them into musical compositions.
Dallas outfit Tree Wave has titled their latest free EP "10 Inch." All instruments (Atari 2600's SynthCart, C64 equivalent CynthCart, and a firmware hacked Epson LQ500 dot-matrix printer) are of lead artist Paul Slocum's design.
TCTD has word that a big project by Russian artists has set forth to compile not one, but three albums full of The Prodigy covers and remixes. Emulator Punks!! is the latest installment in this series of three and features mostly eastern European musicians.
Echoes of Betrayal, Light of Redemption is the fourteenth album released for free download from OverClocked ReMix.
Takenobu Mitsuyoshi and seven artists who have each participated in composing for Daytona USA discuss the history of the racing game, coinciding with the release of Wave Master's four disc "Let's Go Away" album box set.
In an exclusive NGI interview, Andrew "OA" Luers sits down to discuss the upcoming OverClocked ReMix album 'Final Fantasy IV: Echoes of Betrayal, Light of Redemption.'
This week on Radio Free Gamer, we have an exclusive preview of the OCRemix Donkey Kong Country 2 project!