Jack Wall to score Mass Effect 2


Date
1/11/2010
Source
BioWare
Summary
BioWare announced today that composer Jack Wall will compose the original score for Mass Effect 2.
  
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Featuring nearly three hours of extraordinary orchestral arrangements, the score explodes with a symphony of sounds that spur the game's intense action and dramatic storytelling. Wall scored the award-winning soundtracks for the original Mass Effect.

"We are thrilled to again be collaborating with Jack Wall, this time on Mass Effect 2," said Dr. Ray Muzyka, co-founder, BioWare and Group General Manager of the RPG/MMO Group of EA. "Jack did an outstanding job with the original game and has a firm grasp for our vision of the trilogy. His score for Mass Effect 2 perfectly blends classic sci-fi inspired sounds with unique arrangements to achieve an emotionally charged complement to the dramatic, action-packed gameplay."

"Working on the Mass Effect franchise has challenged me to create music beyond what I've written before," said composer Jack Wall."With Mass Effect 2, the story is even more engrossing and affecting, so it was important for me, along with my team of composers Sam Hulick, David Kates, Jimmy Hinson, and music implementation by Brian DiDomenico, to develop a score that complemented the scope and intensity of the gameplay while captivating the players and drawing them deeper into the story."

The Mass Effect trilogy is an epic science fiction adventure set in a vast universe filled with dangerous alien life and mysterious, uncharted planets. In Mass Effect 2, players will once again step into the role of the heroic Commander Shepard, commanding their crew of some of the most dangerous operatives from across the galaxy on a mission so challenging that it's potentially suicidal. Featuring intense shooter action, a rich futuristic storyline, space exploration and emotionally engaging character interaction, the game delivers an unparalleled cinematic experience.


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