December 25, 2014
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PocketGamer giveaway features The Journey Down

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-12-08 - comments
The PocketGamer news site is holding a series of 24 hour giveaways during the month of December, highlighting award-winning mobile games. The Journey Down: Chapter One point-and-click adventure game is currently free to download from the iTunes Store, featuring music by saxophonist Simon D'souza.
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Sega confirms Yakuza 5 for localization in 2015

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-12-07 - comments
Sega has confirmed Yakuza 5 is currently undergoing English-language localization and is intended for release digitally on the PlayStation 3 in summer 2015 through the PlayStation Network. Music for the game is by Binary Domain co-composers Hidenori Shoji and Mitsuharu Fukuyama, among other artists.
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The Ongaku's Attention Economy: December Edition

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-12-06 - comments
The Ongaku's Attention Economy monthly feature highlights a selection of remarkable game-related albums, available for free download and "name your price." December's edition includes Christmas music by George & Jonathan, as well as Japan's thriving chiptune scene.
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The Sailor's Dream music score on Amazon

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-12-03 - comments
Swedish independent developer Simogo has released the soundtrack to The Sailor's Dream, accessible through iTunes, Amazon, Loudr and Google Play. All 19 music tracks from the interactive narrative experience for iOS devices are composed, performed and produced by songwriter Jonathan Eng.
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Name your price for Adrian Moore's FRAMED EP

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-12-02 - comments
Composer Adrian Moore's FRAMED EP is currently available to stream in full online and download in your file format of choice for "name your price." All four live jazz tracks appear in Loveshack Entertainment's debut iOS title FRAMED, which Metal Gear Solid designer Hideo Kojima says is the best game he has played this year.
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ThatGameCompany's Cloud free to download

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-11-22 - comments
Today is the birthday of Vincent Diamante, audio director at ThatGameCompany. Earlier this week the composer's soundtrack to Flower was released digitally through iTunes. For those wishing to investigate Flower's origins, the company's 2006 debut title Cloud and Diamante's ten-track music score are both free to download online.
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DKC Mix't Ape '94 covers Donkey Kong Country

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-11-21 - comments
Organized by Those Who Fight band member Big Mat, DKC Mix't Ape '94 commemorates the 20th anniversary of the Donkey Kong Country game trilogy in the form of a mixtape of largely atmospheric, acoustic jams. All 35 game covers are downloadable in your file format of choice for "name your price."
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Shoji Meguro attending Persona Super Live 2015

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-11-20 - comments
Teasers, countdown sites and all manner of anticipatory reveals have surrounded the slow drip of information related to the 2015 release of Persona 5 for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Developer Atlus may be planning the debut of Shoji Meguro's music from the game at the newly announced Persona Super Live concert in February.
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Flower score for PlayStation 4 released digitally

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-11-19 - comments
Sony Computer Entertainment has published the soundtrack to Flower for PlayStation 4, released digitally through iTunes and on compact disc. Composed by ThatGameCompany audio director Vincent Diamante, the 2014 edition includes previously unreleased tracks “Drifting Off” and “Floating on a Gentle Breeze.”
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Kyohei Fujita previews debut solo album

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-11-18 - comments
Tokyo-based chip musician Kyohei Fujita has posted a two-minute sample to SoundCloud from his upcoming solo album, featuring cover art by Bugtronica game designer m7kenji. The two-minute sample conveys a sense of Fujita's signature style, combining lighthearted chip and toy sounds with melancholic undertones.
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ElectroChipDiscoPop EP by 2080 now on vinyl

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-11-14 - comments
Game-inspired singer-songwriter 2080 of Lyon, France has released a vinyl record for his five-track ElectroChipDiscoPop album, streaming in full on Bandcamp. The EP includes collaborations with The Toxic Avenger on "Pegi18" and vocalist Julie Watai on "Octet No Kage (Shadow Of An Octet)."
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Chaos Rings III soundtrack previewed online

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-11-13 - comments
This week Square Enix Music published a two-disc soundtrack album for Chaos Rings III in Japan, written by series composer Noriyasu Agematsu. Samples of all 50 music tracks from the mobile role-playing game for smartphones and PlayStation Vita are currently streaming on the album's official website.
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Ben Prunty relates Color Sky album influences

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-11-12 - comments
FTL composer Ben Prunty is currently in the process of mastering Color Sky, a standalone collection of ambient, electronic pieces. The musician cites William Orbit and Aphex Twin as significant influences upon the atmosphere of the upcoming release, previewed on SoundCloud.
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Square Enix releases Seekers of Adoulin soundtrack

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-11-11 - comments
Earlier today, ie 11/11, Square Enix released the soundtrack to the fifth expansion pack from Final Fantasy XI, the long-running massively multiplayer online game. Excerpts of all eight music tracks from Forever Today: Final Fantasy XI Seekers of Adoulin Soundtrack Plus are currently streaming online.
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The Ongaku's Attention Economy: November Edition

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-11-10 - comments
The Ongaku's Attention Economy monthly feature highlights a selection of remarkable game-related albums available for free download and "name your price." November's edition includes Chrono Trigger arrangements by Resonant Sound, Matthew Burns' Twine game score and Elmobo's remastered demoscene tunes.