Battlestar Galactica Composer Scores Dark Void

Capcom has scored Battlestar Galactica composer Bear McCreary to provide musical accompaniment for their upcoming parallel universe shooter, Dark Void.

Battlestar Galactica may be gone, but perhaps a bit of its music can live on in Dark Void's McCreary-created score. Bear was the sole composer for Battlestar after the miniseries, and is currently employed doing music for Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. What makes such an accomplished composer want to work on Dark Void? It's all about the love.

"When I got the call from Capcom to work on the music for Dark Void, I jumped at the chance to do it, considering my love for Capcom games." said McCreary. "I have been looking for the opportunity to compose a game score for a long time, but I've been waiting for the right one. Dark Void's epic story and unique gameplay drew me in immediately and I have had a lot of fun working on the project."

Seeing as McCreary's work is easily worth $60, Capcom officially no longer has to worry about whether or not Dark Void is actually fun to play.

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