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With blockbuster releases including Assassin's Creed, Final Fantasy and indie ventures like Project Phoenix to look forward to, 2014 looks like a great year for video game soundtracks. Oh yeah, and Paul McCartney's written one.
The legend that is Nobuo Uematsu is the much-talked-about composer of the crowd-funded Project Phoenix Game. It's the first time he's ever worked on an independently released game project, so it will be interesting to see what he comes up with away from the strictures of the traditional gaming industry. So far, all we've heard from the game are snippets composed by Kevin Penkin and Tomoki Miyoshi (whose Elven Glades sounds like a cousin of Karl Jenkins' Adiemus), who are also working on the project, but the real test will be when Uematsu gets involved.
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