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I've decided to try something new this year. I want to experience games every way I can. Short of smell-o-vision and in an effort to avoid swallowing any plastic, I'm left with the way motion controls or rumble feedback feel and the way games look.

Really, I'm sort of focusing on how games SOUND. Producing GR's weekly podcast has already given me plenty of reasons to dive deep into the music that accompanies video games. Try it with me. Close your eyes and listen to the trailer above. Listen to soundtrack, sure, but listen to the sound effects too.


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