High Voltage Software has announced that its Wii-exclusive FPS, The Conduit, has been scored by videogame composer Diego Stocco.
Stocco’s credits include Soul Calibur IV, and he’s worked on trailers for movies such as Transformers, Resident Evil: Extinction, Crank, Jumper and Lady in the Water.
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By Mike Bowden
High Voltage Software have today officially announced that their Wii-exclusive First-Person Shooter, The Conduit, has been scored by famed composer Diego Stocco.
Diego Stocco’s music sound design credits include movies such as Transformers, Resident Evil: Extinction, Crank, Jumper, Lady in the Water, and videogame soundtracks for Justice League Heroes and Soul Calibur IV. His commercial credits include Nokia, Samsung, Panasonic, BMW and General Motors.
“Working with Diego was such an enjoyment,” said Michael Metz, Audio/Visual Director at High Voltage Software. “When I heard the first track he made for The Conduit, I literally got the chills, it was exactly the mood and mix of sound design and music we were looking for.”
“The Conduit unveils incredible scenarios during the game, with a richness in terms of details and action that is very inspiring for a composer,” said Stocco. “I’m very excited to be part of The Conduit; it’s the kind of project that makes me push the envelope in terms of sound creativity.”
The Conduit is a highly anticipated title amongst the Hardcore Wii userbase, and is scheduled for European release in Q1 2009 exclusively for Wii.
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