The year is about halfway over, so it's time we look to the future. 2014's E3 exploded with loudness and excitement, so it takes a careful ear to parse the fragmented songs from trailers and uncertain hints at soundtracks to come. Stephen and Bryan, fearless and guest-less, take on the task with whatever strength they can muster.
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The 8 Questions:
1. What have you been listening to?
2. Which E3 soundtrack got you the most excited?
3. Which musical E3 moment surprised you the most?
4. Which E3 soundtrack has you the most concerned?
5. What composer/series were you most disappointed to find missing during E3?
6. If you could score any game that appeared at E3, which would it be?
7. How do you feel about the Future of Video Game Music?
8. What have you been working on?
Music used in this episode:
- KK Podcasting (Train Station at 8 Theme) - Bryan Kelly
- Cartographer's Symphony - Steven Jablonsky
- Magnet Mines - Karl Brugermann
- Song of Joy - Erutant
- Sliabh Gal Cua (Kishor's Tune) - Tony McManus
- Curse of the Worgen - Russell Brower
- Jake’s Theme - Yoshito Hirano / Kenji Yamamoto
- Super Smash Bros. Brawl Main Theme - Nobuo Uematsu
- Confrontation - Junichi Nakatsuru