IGR Chooses Its Favorite Original Scores and Game Soundtracks of the Year
Indie Game Reviewer chooses the top 10 best original video game music scores and soundtracks of 2017. Listen now…
After a pro-gaming session (and a drunken celebration), Jack Hoth is teleported to a bizarre world. Face off against vulgar denizens on the quest to return home. Read our review.
A game’s musical score, at its best, can act as the game’s subconscious, subtly whispering deeper truths. Here are our top 10 soundtracks for 2016!
Indie Game Reviewer picks its top ten favorite indie game soundtracks or musical scores from 2015.
Straima is a psychedelic mash-up of platforming, techno rhythms, and unfortunate gameplay glitches. Read our full review…
The IGR team picks its favorite musical score or soundtrack from indie games released in 2014.
Mikolai Stroinski’s work has been heard in some of the finest indie games of the past several years including The Witcher 3 & The Vanishing of Ethan Carter.
BostonFIG 2013 is coming September 14th. Don’t miss this collection of indie games, music, guest speakers and the ever fast and furious BostonFIG Game Jam.
You may be wondering why a site called Indie Game Reviewer is covering The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – a massive AAA title from a well established company like Bethesda that will sell millions of copies. Let me explain…
If Adhesive Games Ltd. can pull off what this trailer video of in-game footage from their upcoming title “Hawken” promises, Bethesda is going to have some real competition coming up fast in years to come.
“We have a lot of friends in both the indie game and freelance composer scene. So one day I decided to get them all on board and finally create something special together,” says Beck Peccoz, “You don’t really have that many chances to cooperate with other composers when doing indie game music.”
He then called up his former fellow students, indie composers from all over Germany and the local munich audio scene. They were all provisioned with the Astroslugs theme song and only one request: “Please take this piece of music and make something great out of it that reflects your music style.”
The album entitled “Astroslugs & Friends – Theme and Variations” currently consists of nine tracks by seven different composers. If you’re fast, you can get the album for free from the Bit Baron’s Bandcamp Account. The first 200 downloads will be completely free of charge, afterwards there’ll be a pay-what-you want sale.
Los Angeles based composer Jeehun Hwang is something of a legend in hardcore video gamer circles having written music for such titles as Quake, Mech Warrior 2 and Heavy Gear. IndieGameReviewer got this exclusive interview with the composer about how he got started and his upcoming projects.