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Music Engine Aquila

Lost Toys’ latest to feature work of Tomb Raider musician

Lost Toys' forthcoming PlayStation 2 and Xbox war game Battle Engine Aquila is to be accompanied by the work of musician Nathan McCree, whose CV includes the scores of Tomb Raiders I-III. "I was looking for a full dramatic cinematic sound without having to hire a full orchestra," Lost Toys Director Jeremy Longley admitted. "Nathan's past work really stood out amongst the crowd." Battle Engine Aquila is currently set for release in September 2002, and we understand that the game is very close to completion. Related Feature - Battle Engine Aquila screenshots (Xbox)

Source - press release

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