Growing up, there were certain game composers I was aware of. Uematsu? Check. Koshiro? Check. But Tommy Tallarico wasn't one of them.
PETA2 teaches children about the plight of circus-bound elephants with a pair of new flash games, giving the world's largest land mammals a chance to strike back against the clowns, trainers, and circus CEOs that are keeping them down.
Thankfully, those questions stuck to music, and not Tommy's disease-riddled body.
Danny Elfman, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the International Contemporary Ensemble. They're just a few of the classically trained musicians jumping on the video game bandwagon lately to make absurd amounts of cash.