As Train2Game students will no doubt be aware, in the musical score can be an important factor in determining the feel of a game. Now three games which are highly regarded for their in-game music have been nominated for Best Original Video Game Score at the 56th Ivor Novello Awards.
Blood Stone was also nominated for Best Original Music at last months Video Game BAFTAs, but lost out on the award to Heavy Rain.
Last years Ivor Novello Awards were the first to include an award for Best Original Video Game Score with Killzone 2 taking the prize.
Those interested in the creation of video game music should have a look at this Train2Game blog post which takes an in-depth look at the making of Red Dead Redemption’s musical score.
So Train2Game, which game do you believe deserves to win the Ivor Novello for Best Original Video Game Score? How important is music in games? And which in-game score is your favourite?
[Source: The Ivors]