Games with music by Jeremy Soule34votes I like it
Tallima says: Directly after his first project with SquareSoft, Jeremy signed on with Ron Gilbert's new Humongous Entertainment company to compose OSTs to many games including No Need to Hide When It’s Dark Outside and Lost and Found.
Tallima says: Pajama Sam's SockWorks features more of Soule's music. While working at Humongous/Cavedog, Soule met Chris Taylor (Dungeon Siege, Total Annihilation) and the door opened for Soule to really stretch his wings.
Tallima says: Cavedog, a subsidiary of Humongous Entertainment, was in the business to make cutting edge games and they borrowed Humongous' most cutting-edge composer. He was only 23. The first major review's first sentence was about the orchestral score.
Tallima says: Jeremy Soule returns to write beautiful music for this "sequel" to the first Total Annihilation game. Although the first game wins Gamespot's best music award, it would be a few years later before he grasps his second win.
Tallima says: Revenant is Soule's first work on an RPG for the PC. And he proves that role-playing games can be enriched through the musical score more than any other genre. His only RPG work before this was for Secret of Evermore, available on the SNES.
Tallima says: Sticking to RPGs, Soule destroys the competition and grabs his second win with GameSpot's Best Music and he even wins IGN's Best Use of Sound for this classic title.
Tallima says: 2000 was a busy year for Jeremey Soule. He also releases the complete soundtrack of this classic gem.
Tallima says: By creating one of the best soundtracks in all of video game history, Soule blows away the critics with this hit. Gamespy awards this title Game of the Year, but Gamespy readers award Neverwinter Nights Game of the Year. The common thread: Soule.
Tallima says: After working on Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance and Dungeon Siege (to name a few), Soule visits this Bioware classic in 2002. Readers and critics can't agree which game's score is the best: NWN or Morrowind.
Tallima says: Soule took Williams' work and made it new again by taking SW themes and putting them into a new time period. Especially difficult was using just an 8Mbps MIDI system and faking an entire orchestra by only hearing a few instruments at a time.
Tallima says: After Knights of the Old Republic and a few others, he writes the music to Unreal 2 in 2003. He follows that up with hits like Oblivion, Guild Wars, Dungeon Siege 2 and Skyrim.
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