The role of music in Drakengard 3 explored By Erren Van Duine on May 6, 2014 at 12:17 PM

Music is important in every game that ever was and Drakengard 3’s Keiichi Okabe took some time to share his thoughts on the relationship between sound and gameplay ahead of the action RPG’s Western release.

An interview with the Sound Director as well as several samples from the game’s original soundtrack can be accessed through the official website. There, fans can also learn more about the gameplay of the title, as well as learn more about the backstory of the Intoner’ Disciples – “Dito,” “Decadus,” “Octa” and “Cent,” the latest chapters for the Drakengard 3 novella, are now available online under the “Novella” section of the site.

Drakengard 3 is now available for pre-order via the Square Enix Online Store for $49.99, as well as for digital download on the PSN. The game is also now being sold through other North American retailers including Amazon and GameStop. The game will launch pm May 20th with a digital only version heading to Europe on the 21st.

  • Dammit. I have a strong feeling that I’m going to regret not pre-ordering this sooner for all the extras that SE was offering. 🙂

  • Wazi the pa

    Oh the music itself is amazing work, but I feel that the game is gonna suffer like how most FF games have: Lip syncing……

  • Yoshimi Jigoku Sheng

    It be really cool if there’s a movie base on Zero , I know the game cut scene itselfs basically a Movie, but the story is full of potential