aka Tristan Gillis

  • RomeoReject

    Much simpler blog post this time. Who should do the music for Dragon Age III?

    Let's get the most obvious choice out of the way right off the bat: Inon Zur[1]. Beyond composing the two Dragon Age games, he's also helped compose for Crysis, the FPS Fallouts and Power Rangers, and many more.

    Consistency. Inon Zur has already done the first two, so maintaining him as a pick would keep the "sound" of the games in check. He's also a fairly talented individual, as can be evidenced by his massive catalogue of projects he's been involved with. Another obvious but relevant detail is that he has experience working with BioWare, we aren't in danger of a large disagreement that will impede the game's quality.

    As cruel as it sounds, the soundtrack was not …

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  • RomeoReject

    As this is my first blog, there will inevitably be a whole litany of grammar issues, misspelled word and poor formatting choices. I kindly ask you to ignore them and focus on the content.

    Now, these days it seems like doing the same thing gets one in to trouble. For proof of this, please read any IGN/Kotaku/Gamespot comment about Call of Duty. Go ahead, I'll wait.

    These fans are angry at their franchise for what they perceive to be stagnation. And I'm going to be a fool and argue that what Call of Duty does is precisely what Dragon Age III should do...

    Now, there are two ways to do a sequel. One is to take the existing franchise and add more "stuff" to it. Examples of this are games like Starcraft II, Forza 4 and Super Smash Bros Brawl. The c…

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