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You might not know the name Francois Lafleur, but this gregarious French-Canadian is the mind behind the audio in some of the most memorable games ever made. Defining the soundscape of the classic SSX, Need for Speed, and Skate series, Francois brought his unique flavor of sound design to Army of Two: The 40th Day and continues to expand upon his work with Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel. Watch the video below to see (and hear) the new game in action, and to see what Francois has learned through his own experience and from the talented sound teams at DICE and Visceral.
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I just got my issue so let's see if this game is really worth getting.
you had me at SSX. Now I'm gonna start paying more attention to the army of two.
hmm never thought about moving the mic for recording, always figured a clean cut was better
Wow, that's actually quite a resume...
I wish I could go visit DICE.
Very impressive body of work. Honestly I'm not interested in Army of Two, but I love his passion and understanding of his work; he's aware that his work needs to be seamless, almost unheard, that's inspiring and awesome.
I really can't wait for the game to come out I have beaten every army of two there is.