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Pseudo-techblog where the Corsarius gets serious. Visit blog.corsarius.net for his alter ego.

The Man Behind Gaming's Best Soundtracks

Thursday, February 16, 2006 at 10:20 PM

Jeff van Dyck is the genius behind several of computer gaming's finest OSTs. One of his latest masterpieces is the music for Rome: Total War and its expansion pack. (Rome's soundtrack is the best I've heard in my whole life. Period. See the game review here.)

The award-winning composer also worked on the previous titles of the
Total War franchise, plus notable EA Sports games.

You can download selected MP3 files from Van Dyck's site. If you're a gaming music aficionado, you'd be a fool to miss out on these music clips. Van Dyck's work (especially on Rome: Total War) reminds you of epic Hollywood movies...did anyone mention Gladiator?

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