The Shadows of the Damned release date is on June 21, 2011 and those who pre-order the game from select retailers will get a special soundtrack bonus!
If you already pre-ordered the game you will have the soundtrack goodie applied to your order, but you must have pre-ordered the game from the EA Store, Amazon or GameStop.
You won’t actually get a physical CD though, instead you will get a free download for the 12-track Shadows of the Damned soundtrack from Akira Yamaoka (Silent Hill) and Mary Elizabeth McGlynn.
Shadows of the Damned is the interesting upcoming Action Adventure horror game from Suda 51 and Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami which features some of the outrageousness of No More Heroes 2 with a light and shadows-based gameplay shooting mechanic.
You can hear some of the soundtrack in this Shadows of the Damned developer diary.
Yamaoka’s haunting sounds and ethereal effects will surely provide the perfect back drop for this psycho-punk action thriller.
Here are the 12-tracks from the Shadows of the Damned Soundtrack:
1. Theme of Shadows of the Damned (featuring the English gothic punk band, The Damned)
2. Shedding Stars
3. Walk It Off
4. Last Stop, Windows Up
5. This Way Comes
7. Smile for a Broken Dawn
8. Showdown at High Moon
9. Cold Turkey
10. Broken Bones, Broken Promises
11. Dropped Off Between Stops
12. Clawing at the Veil
From iconic Japanese developers including executive director Suda51 (director of No More Heroes), creative producer Shinji Mikami (director of Resident Evil) and music composer Akira Yamaoka, Shadows of the Damned is heavily influenced by the Grindhouse style including projects from Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriquez.
Follow a demon hunter named Garcia Hotspur deep into a hyper-demented re-imagining of hell, where he must rescue Paula, the love of his life, by defeating the armies of darkness with the power of the light. From shocking and unique gameplay experiences that include over-the-top action and grandiose boss battles to demented puzzles with heart-pounding moments of psychotic imagery, Shadows of the Damned is sure to be one hell of a trip.
Josh 12 May, 2011
Manage subscription | Powered by rssforward.com