Crafting the Soundtrack In Starhawk

Posted By | On 30th, Apr. 2012

Prepare for the new musical frontier with the soundtrack to Starhawk. Composer Christopher Lennertz provides the sonic backdrop for this epic adventure, combining sweeping, orchestral melodies with the twang of guitars and harmonica, evoking the spirit of a classic western. At once violent and romantic, classic and modern, the Starhawk soundtrack will soar with you from battles on the ground to dogfights high above the atmosphere. If there was sound in outer space, this would be it.

The game is due exclusively for the PlayStation 3.


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