How The Banner Saga’s soundtrack found roots with the Dallas Wind Symphony

March 16, 2014 — 2 Comments

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“As a game, The Banner Saga is much more than its mechanics. Yes, the turn-based strategy gameplay is well-made and worth the price of admission, but much of the experience is anchored in its writing, its art and its music.

That music was composed by an increasingly well-known name in video game soundtracks, Austin Wintory (who was nominated for a Grammy for his work on the incredible game Journey – the first video game to receive that honor). But its DNA can be found here in Dallas, with the Dallas Wind Symphony.” — Read the rest at The Dallas Morning News.

Britton Peele

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Freelance video game critic for sites like GameSpot and GamesRadar. Amateur fantasy author.

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