Rare composer releases soundtracks on ‘pay what you like’ basis

By Dave Cook, Friday, 3 May 2013 11:15 GMT

Rare composer Grant Kirkhope has released all of his soundtracks – for games spanning Banjo Kazooie and Perfect Dark – on a ‘pay what you like’ basis.

Kirkhope’s library of compositions can be found over on his personal BandCamp profile, and can be yours for as little, or as much as you want to pay.

The selection includes music from Kingdoms of Amalur; Reckoning, Viva Pinata, Banio Kazooie, Bajo Tooie, Perfect Dark, GoldenEye and more.

If Kirkhope’s name sounds familiar it’s because he’s currently penning the soundtrack to Disney’s reboot of Mickey Mouse romp Castle of Illusion.

Let us know if you get any of his tracks.

Thanks CVG.

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