Annual Game Music Awards 2010: Outstanding Production Winners
We are proud to present the winners of the Annual Game Music Awards 2010. These panel-voted officially recognised awards provide a thorough and wide-reaching recognition of achievement in game music over the last year.
Outstanding Music Production Game Studio :: Capcom
From the cutting-edge orchestrations of Sengoku Basara 3, Dark Void, and The Darkside Chronicles to the retrospective sounds of Mega Man 10, Super Street Fighter IV, and Okamiden, Capcom blended the talents of veterans and newcomers this year, while also servicing a reliable record label.
Sony Computer Entertainment
Outstanding Music Production Music Studio :: Dynamedion
Now the leading game music production studio in Europe, Dynamedion produced numerous breathtaking scores this year (The Settlers 7, Arcania: Gothic 4, Drakensang 2, Kane & Lynch 2) while streamlining orchestral recordings on titles such as Alan Wake, Kinectimals, and Darksiders.
Remote Control Productions
Outstanding Music Production Record Label :: Sumthing Else Music Works
Filling the regional gaps in game album releases, Sumthing Else Music Works satisfied customers with physical and digital releases of a range of Western-composed soundtracks during 2010, as well as their localisations of several popular Japanese-composed soundtracks.
Dog Ear Records
Konami Digital Entertainment
Outstanding Music Production Concert :: Distant Worlds II
The culmination of a massively successful tour, Distant Worlds II - More Music from Final Fantasy (Stockholm, June 12) offered the most encompassing orchestral tribute to the much-loved Final Fantasy series to date, inspiring rave reviews and many cheers from fans.
Symphonic Legends (Cologne, September 23)
|Castlevania - The Concert (Stockholm, February 19)
Dog Ear Records Event (Tokyo, October 30)
Dragon Quest Family Classic Concert (Tokyo, July 8)
Fantasy Comes Alive (Singapore, April 30)
Passion - Twilight Legacy (Perth, August 14)
PLAY! A Video Game Symphony (Vancouver, December 6)
Press Start 2010: Symphony of Games (Tokyo, September 21)
Video Games Live (New Orleans, April 1)