Gamers who pick up Activision's new Call of Duty games this holiday season will hear more than just the staccato of machine gun fire and the agonized cries of young men facing their own demise. Through the din of combat, they'll also hear the work of film and television composer Graeme Revell, who scored The Chronicles of Riddick, this year's Assault on Precinct 13 remake, Open Water, and dozens more. Revell will make his video game debut in Call of Duty 2 on the PC and Xbox 360 and Call of Duty 2: Big Red One on the PlayStation 2, Xbox and GameCube using a live orchestra. While this will be his first work on a video game, he did score 1994's ill-fated Street Fighter movie based on the popular fighting game.
Graeme Revell to score Call of Duty sequels
<i>Chronicles of Riddick</i> composer providing soundtracks for Activision's new first-person shooters.
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