Great music, just sad the game didn't live up to the music empowering it like killzone 2 did. It felt killzone 3 lots its grittyness and went for arcade style over the top shooting.
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- Feb 8, 2011
We meet the composer of the Killzone series, Joris de Man, and dive deep as he tells us about his process, his inspirations, and other interesting facts.
Hearing the music of Killzone 3 i like hearing John Williams (Star Wars) is simple amazing, it makes the game's action even more dramatic, i am really happy i bought this game instead of the others FPS out there.
Loved his music on Killzone 2... that was epic XD... and now hearing from what I heard in Killzone 3... by god his music is REALLY EPIC now XD
killzone 3 has such amazing music i have never heard anything like it i can barely contain how much i love it
Even though I only played the beta the sound effects there, was awesome and all the credit goes to this guy!
heck yeah, this is my favorite show on gamespot. We need a best of the 8 bit and 16 bit era, I know it's going to start a riot but I think it would be fun. Also, check Yozo Koshiro DJing Streets of Rage's music on youtube. EPIC.
Hey guys it's totally a shame more people don't watch Sound Bytes, definitely my favorite show on Gamespot and I really dig hearing about the composers because honestly I think that games without good music and/or sound simply do not have the same experience. Anyway thanks guys :) beautiful work.