Schultz, Barbara
March 2007
Mix;Mar2007, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p124
The article discusses the sound effects behind Ubisoft's videogame entitled Red Steel. Red Steel was one of the first videogames released for Nintendo's Wii platform. The sound system covers the violent struggle between fictional Japanese crime families and to embellish the Far East atmosphere. Tom Salta directed the sound effects of the game.


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