TAG create audio for new MotoGP 10/11 title!
By TAG , 19 Nov 2010
TAG are delighted to announce that we have been hard at work on the new MotoGP videogame – MotoGP 10/11! The game has been developed by Monumental Games, and is to be published by Capcom.
The project was very appealing to us, as it gave us the opportunity to transfer our car recording and engine implementation expertise to two wheels instead of four!
We got our mics and recorders out, and recorded all manner of lovely bikes, and the fruits of this labour can be heard in the game. The 125cc’s now sound the part, the 600cc Moto2 bikes rev ridiculously high, and the MotoGP bikes have that ‘big bike’ feel with a few ‘big bang’ engines in the lineup!
As well as the bikes, all the other audio has also been improved and upgraded, making the final game sound the fast and furious experience that MotoGP is. We’ve even got Steve Parrish, from the BBC commentary team in the game. TAG were also happy to arrange the localised VO for the game.
TAG were happy to work alongside audio code contractors Impromptu Software, who provided new singing and dancing audio code, to drive the new audio assets.
All in all, we believe that the audio is now much more fitting of a MotoGP title, and look forward to hearing what the reviewers and punters think.
MotoGP 10/11 will be released for PS3 and 360 in March 2011 – listen out for it!!