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    Music In Video Games      Throughout the history of the video game industry, there has been many changes concerning music in video games. Music in video games progressed greatly within the life of the industry from 1972 to the present. These progressions can be seen as improvements in quality which includes an increase in the number of output channels, an increase in song length, a great improvement in the quality of timbres, and also a general shift from non- programmatic

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    The History of Video Game Music In America, video game music is seen as one of the lowest forms of entertainment and its composers are obscure and unknown to most of those who play the games, while in Japan, it is a major component of their popular culture, and composers such as Koji Kondo are treated like famed celebrities. Game music is still not widely considered an art form, and yet the compositions have become as complex and sophisticated as arrangements for film and television

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    Music in Video Games

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    Music In Video Games Throughout the history of the video game industry, there has been many changes concerning music in video games. Music in video games progressed greatly within the life of the industry from 1972 to the present. These progressions can be seen as improvements in quality which includes an increase in the number of output channels, an increase in song length, a great improvement in the quality of timbres, and also a general shift from non- programmatic music to programmatic music

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    Composing video game music is more of a challenge than you’d think. When scoring a video game, the composer needs to keep certain things in mind. First-off, the composer needs to write music that’ll help build atmosphere. In general, the music should match what you’re seeing or doing as the player. Background music being played inside a cold, dark, lifeless cave should sound different from the music being played in a warm, bright and inviting town, as an example. Second, the composer does not have

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    A Fantasy Based On Reality Final Fantasy XV, a game composed by both Tetsuya Nomura and Hajime Tabata, composed in the time span of 10 years, finally released on November 29th, 2016. The project, originally titled as Final Fantasy XIII - Versus, initially began development in 2006. It was planned as a spin-off to the critically acclaimed Final Fantasy XIII; however, the idea was scrapped, and then picked up and rebranded as it’s own stand-alone title in 2012: Final Fantasy XV. Gameplay releases

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    love or an interest for music. These day you are more than likely going to find a music video to accompany the song. Teenagers, especially love these music videos. The music video visual interprets the song. The visuals of a music video adds a lot of social context to the music itself. You see what the artist looks like, their age, race, class, how they dress, act, dance, and what kind of physical setting they are in. They are emotional and symbolic. In both the music video and the lyrics of Taylor

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    artifact video games can be streamed online. Internet streaming is the delivery of media content, audio, software, and video games via the Internet. Instead of downloading videos or music to your computer and having to wait several minutes, you can stream your favorite show or song and listen or watch it immediately. (Gil, n.d.) Internet streaming can be a huge problem for parents because their children can view inappropriate videos, listen to uncensored songs, and play violent video games instantly

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    E Commerce : A New Model

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    Society is becoming ever more digitized. Books are becoming exclusively digital, digital music sales are rising, video game companies are experimenting with downloadable games, and electronic currency such as Bitcoin are growing in popularity. In this increasingly electronic world, digital will eventually become more abundant, and just as society progresses, so must businesses adapt a new model: e-commerce. E-commerce has been around since the advent of the Internet, and many consumers acknowledge

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    In today’s society video games play a huge role in male’s lives, about ninety- nine percent of boys play video games. Males tend to spend numerous amounts of hours and days playing these games, so the impact these have on a male's life should come as no surprise. In the film The Mask You Live In, by Jennifer Newsom, the movie shows how on average boys spend fifteen hours a week playing video games. That's a large portion of their time. Majority of the video games the boys play show negative behavior

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    Epic Interpreting

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    fully immerse a player in the video game world. Music, visuals, and plot lines create this other ‘world’ for players to zone in to. The word “epic” usually refers to things on a larger scale. Epic texturing covers every aspect of gaming to ensure that the players are completely engaged by the game play. First person shooting games attempt to encourage the thought that the individual character’s actions are influencing the game’s universe. The point of FPS games are to have the individual realize

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