David Georgeson and Jeremy Soule are working together on a mystery project

David Georgeson is best known, of late, for the work he did on both Landmark and EverQuest Next before departing Daybreak. Jeremy Soule is known for making amazing soundtracks for so many games that it’s impractical to list all of them in tags. Now, we know that they’re joining forces to develop orbital satellites to ensure their domination over the world… or just to make some great music for something.

So what are these two creative souls working on? We really don’t know. But if you’re familiar with the work of both people involved, there’s good reason to get excited about the prospect.

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MagmaFist
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captainzor Oh, I didn’t know he was responsible for that soundtrack. I loved that game. Sooo many hours playing that at home and my local comic book shop. Good times.
I also liked the Command and Conquer soundtracks too.

ManastuUtakata
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A Dad Supreme ManastuUtakata Ehra Armsbend 
Well…thank you for qualifying your point. :)

“Games aren’t that way.”
…I wish they where at time. :(

PaganRites
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PaganRites

It would be nice if Jeremy Soule would deliver on his two years overdo Kickstarter symphony The Northerner.

VK13RZ
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VK13RZ

Two of my favorite people! I look forward to hearing about it

Zariarn
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Zariarn

arktourosx Best response!

arktourosx
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arktourosx

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confectionally
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confectionally

I’ll be happy when scam artist Jeremy Soule stops showing up in the news.  Or at least shows up for the right reasons.

A Dad Supreme
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ManastuUtakata A Dad Supreme Ehra Armsbend
“However, I believe my point in general, that while I agree to degree of “one hit wonders” is something to be weary of in whatever industry, I prefer to see whatever project being produced by whomever come to fruition first before I start passing judgement to whether it will be worthy or not.”
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No one is ‘passing judgement’ on the project. No one is passing judgement on anything actually.
All is given is a position based on pretty clear evidence industry wide; odds are heavily against people who have made or helped make a prior successful hit game and tried to replicate that success.

ManastuUtakata
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A Dad Supreme ManastuUtakata Ehra Armsbend 
I am not stretching anything. And I am well aware your wish to focus on game developers in your discourse. However, I believe my point in general that while I agree to degree of “one hit wonders” is something to be weary of in whatever industry, I prefer to see whatever project being produced by whomever come to fruition first before I start passing judgement to whether it will be worthy or not. I am not sure why this is an offensive position.

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This is unlikely to have anything to do with a game Massively covers since Soule signed an exclusivity deal with SOE just last year. So unless that deal was for a tiny timeframe or went up in smoke like storybricks it probably isn’t mmo related.