Soundtrack Review: Call Of Duty Ghosts (2013)

Soundtrack Review: Call Of Duty Ghosts (2013)

Call Of Duty Ghosts Soundtrack Review: This is a review of the video game score Call Of Duty Ghosts by David Buckley.

At a glance:

25 tracks
74 minutes of score
Geek Score: 86.2
Total Minutes Of Excellence: 44.37
Album Excellence: 60%
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How are the scores calculated and what does it mean?

Call Of Duty is one of the biggest game franchises there and despite it being practically the same every time they release a game, they sell millions. With each game comes a score and they have been rotating it quite heavily. Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe, Sean Murray, Joel Goldsmith, Brian Tyler, Jack Wall to name a few. This year it’s David Buckley’s time and I think it’s his first game score, at least to my knowledge. What is clear though is that I have never heard his music like this. It’s sounds really big and open and best of all, it’s full of action. I have mostly heard thriller scores from him and they have usually been quite closed and intimate. In Ghosts he really goes all out. Take the cue ‘Loki Combat’ for example. It sounds literally epic and that’s the kind of music I want to have blasting in my ears while playing the game.

Call Of Duty Ghosts is a fine score, in fact it’s a great score and easily one of the best scores in the series.

1. Main Theme
2. Ghost Stories
4. Loki Combat
6. Tower Battle
7. Sin City
8. Santa Monica Beach Invasion
10. Enemy HQ
14. Severed Ties
16. San Diego Burning
17. Atlas Falls
19. Odin
21. No Man’s Land Battle
22. Trench run
25. Brave New World
28. Federation Base
30. Struck Down
32. Train Chase
33. Federation Battle
34. Legends Never Die
35. Atonement

GD Star Rating
Soundtrack Review: Call Of Duty Ghosts (2013), 8.4 out of 10 based on 12 ratings


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