Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Gametime 2009 - Interview with Jim Dooley and Mel Wesson (Infamous)

Gametime 2009 - Interview with Jim Dooley and Mel Wesson (Infamous)

You've played the game (or at least heard the positive buzz about it). Did you wonder about that unique musical palette used for the INFAMOUS' original score? Well, our latest Gametime 2009 update features two of the composers: JIM DOOLEY and MEL WESSON. The two, long-time collaborators joined Amon Tobin, Jonathan Myers, and Martin Tillman to create the game's electrifying music. Dooley and Wesson's collaborations go all the way back to Hans Zimmer's score for HANNIBAL. They have since gone on to work on titles such as: PUSHING DAISIES, ANGELS & DEMONS, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, and THE DARK KNIGHT.

Check out our latest podcast interview where the two share about their experiences in working on the score for Sony's INFAMOUS.

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