Assassin’s Creed: Origins – The Sound of Ancient Egypt

Article by Alyx Jones Edited by Katie Tarrant Developer: Ubisoft (Montreal) Audio Director: Aldo Sampaio Sound Programmer: Alexis Rousseau-Dupuis Audio Artist: Mark Leville Audio Designers: Francois-Xavier Bilodeau, Mathieu Chastel, Francis Fravreau, Patrick Melanson, Jonathan Pilon Music: Sarah Schachner (with percussion by Jason Graves) Voice Cast: Abubakar Salim (Bayek), Alix Wilton Regan (Aya), Chantel Riley (Layla) Reviewed on: PS4 As Assassin's Creed games

Victoria Atkin Returns!

Sam Hughes once again speaks with the fantastic voice artist, Victoria Atkin, on Extinct, Titanfall 2 and more! Check out our previous interviews with Victoria Here and Here Listen to the full podcast below! Big Thanks again to our sponsors Dehumaniser. Sam also chose this week's fanart Friday of Evie Frye to

Andrew Overfield’s Take On Assasssin’s Creed Movie Trailer


Our very own Andrew Overfield has written his own music as his interpretation to accompany the Assassin's Creed Movie Trailer.  Very nice cameo of a nostalgia track in there too ;). What do you think? Better than the original? Copyright and license disclosures are in the description

BAFTA Games Awards 2016 Nominees!

It's that time of year again and the nominees for this years BAFTA Games Awards so congratulations on all the nominees! Everybody's Gone to the Rapture leads the way with 10 nominations this year, followed by The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Her Story with 7 and Batman: Arkham Knight, and

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Game Audio Review

Review by Alyx Jones Developer: Ubisoft Composer: Austin Wintory Audio Director: Lydia Andrew Voice Actors: Paul Amos, Victoria Atkin, Danny Wallace, Eliza Schneider & more Reviewed on: Playstation 4 So, it's no secret I'm a big fan of the Assassin's Creed series, but the last few titles have been a bit of a let down for me as a fan in

EGX 2015

Alyx Jones recounts her trip to this years EGX 2015! Read more below: From the 24-27 September, thousands descended upon the Birmingham NEC for EGX, the UK's biggest ever video games event. Lots of the most anticipated new AAA games were available to play on hundreds of screens such as: Assassin's Creed: