flOw Score Receives Live Orchestral Treatment


Posted August 4, 2009 - By Jake Gaskill

If you dug the score for SuperVillain Studios’ primordial ooze-ish game flOw, then you need to hear this. The game’s composer, Austin Wintory, posted the following video on the PlayStation Blog, which contains a live performance of his flOw score by the Golden State Pops Orchestra. There were a number of other video game scores performed during the concert as well, including those to Afrika, God of War (Guitar Hero rendition), Final Fantasy VII, and World of Warcraft, but the video only shows Wintory's. Honestly, there isn’t much that doesn’t sound amazing when performed by an orchestra, and here is your proof:

What are some of your favorite game scores of all time? Psychonauts and Bioshock were the first two that popped into my head.


flOw Score Receives Live Orchestral Treatment


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