Posted Mon Oct 31, 2011 at 05:30 AM PDT by Dick Ward
Michael McCann's epic score comes in at just $12.
It used to be that to get a videogame soundtrack you'd have to import it from Japan. Well, it's still like that for a majority of games, but more and more are coming out in the U.S. and it's a trend that we're strongly in favor of.
The folks over at Eidos and Square Enix seem to agree, and they're releasing the soundtrack to 'Deus Ex: Human Revolution.' Composer Michael McCann isn't a household name like Uematsu or Martin O Donnell, but if you've played 'Tom Clancy's EndWar' or 'Splinter Cell Double Agent' then you've heard his work.
The soundtrack will be available on Amazon starting November 15th.
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