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Dragon Age II (Inon Zur)

Dragon Age: Origins was Canadian role-playing game developer BioWare’s massively successful attempt to begin an original series of fantasy role playing games, free from the licensing constraints of their previous fantasy works like… 785 more words

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Dragon Age: Origins (Inon Zur)

After leaving the licensed Dungeons and Dragons and Star Wars settings of Neverwinter Nights and Knights of the Old Republicbehind, Canadian role-playing game developer BioWare spent much of the 2000s establishing their own original universes. 1,116 more words

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My video game music channel

This has nothing to do with the main theme of this blog. It is purely self-promotion (but since this is my blog, then no harm, no foul, right?) 1,018 more words

comparing the use of "contrapuntal" music in violent film and videogames

In music theory, “contrapuntal” refers to musical counterpoint, or the way composers use parallel melodic lines. But in film, radio and TV studies, “contrapuntal music” describes music which doesn’t really “go” with that moment, which is against (-contra) the “point” of the scene. 857 more words

Video Game Music