In March 2013, Skyrim composer Jeremy Soule used Kickstarter to raise $121,227 for a new album. Four and a half years later—and stop me if you’ve heard this one before—that Kickstarter project is nowhere to be found. And the most recent update has a wild twist.
Jeremy Soule, the composer of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, is a genius. Kotaku named his work in Skyrim one of the best game soundtracks of 2011, and with good reason; his ability to bring game worlds to life through his music and deeply immerse players into the adventure is truly remarkable. And now, he's planning…
Believe it or not, Skyrim was not necessarily a shoo-in for our list of the best video game music of 2011. Epic first-person open world games can get into murky territory with their music, especially if the music plays too often.