The Reboot: Video Game Audio

December 21st, 2007 |
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Video Game Audio has evolved over the years, from the simple sounds of PONG to the in-depth, cinematic sounds of BioShock. Although many gamers take Game Audio for granted, it’s just as important as a video game’s graphics, gameplay and controls. In this episode of The Reboot, host Rio Pesino speaks with a few video game audio professionals about the importance of sound. Also on the show, Manhunt 2 may still be released in the United Kingdom after all, Nintendo is in the spirit of “Gifting” and a Detroit prosecutor unveils her list of violent games to avoid this holiday season.

Some images courtesy of: Buck Blues, Mark (wonderferret), Joanne L, via Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.

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