When Jared Emerson-Johnson played Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge, an adventure game by American publisher LucasArts, he realised his life-long dream of becoming a music composer in gaming. “That was the gateway for me and it made me realise there are people doing really interesting work in this industry,” he says.
While sound has always featured in video games, the industry has experienced a major turnaround with cinematic music now playing a fundamental role in many single-player games. The eighth generation, a term used by fans to describe the current consoles on the market including the PlayStation 4, XBOX One and Nintendo Switch, has played a big role in this.
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It’s probably not surprising but Telltale’s The Walking Dead is one of my favourite video game franchises of all time. It’s the first video game that had a major impact on me and I still love playing the various games to this day.
If you’ve followed my writing work for a few months, you may already know I’ve ranked every character in the franchise and also ranked all of the episodes in the main series. Today, I’ll be ranking my twenty favourite moments in the entire franchise.
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It’s the game mode that has helped create many memorable moments in the past and will continue to do so in the foreseeable future. Despite being around for approximately a decade, FIFA’s Pro Clubs game mode hasn’t experienced the same amount of major changes in comparison to their other big game modes in Ultimate Team and Career Mode.
It’s time for a change. Pro Clubs has so much unlocked potential and it’s time for EA to make the most of this. There are so many different ways in which EA can alter or improve the current state of Pro Clubs and today I’ll be sharing five things I would like to see added to Pro Clubs in FIFA 20 and beyond…
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