101w ago - Namco Bandia Games Community Manager "Filthie" Rich Bantegui has shared details from Shinobido 2 developers on the Sounds of Assassination for PlayStation Vita today.
To quote: I'm back to share a post with you from our friends on the development team ACQUIRE Corp. Our friend Toshiko Tazaki has more details to share on how they shaped the tension and atmosphere in their upcoming assassin-thriller.
Have a look and a listen down below, and stay tuned as we lead up to the game's launch on February 22nd for more in-depth looks at how the team brought this killer game together on the PS Vita.
Toshio Tazaki, Sound Artist, Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen (PSVita)
You may not think about it much when you are playing games, but creating tension and atmosphere takes a lot of work on the development side. I wanted to share with you a bit about how we did this in our game, Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen.
Music and sound production of Shinobido 2 was actually started with a mandate from our director, Abe-san, who asked us, "Why not enhance the melody and atmosphere on our music unlike any game we've done before?" Every day, I made considerable efforts to adjust the melody balance to make it better than the day before. Composers tend to be desperate to give their music something...