The folks over at Interceptor Entertainment have another awesome developer diary for their upcoming PC game Rise of the Triad, and this time, it focuses on the game's soundtrack. The original composer, Lee Jackson, is on board with the remake to oversee production and you can see a bit of behind the scenes on what goes into developing a videogame soundtrack here.
As a reminder, Rise of the Triad will be 60 frames per second, will have no DRM, will feature mod support, and will offer up free official DLC. It's pretty much '90s PC gaming reborn, and I really hope Rise delivers the same incredible reaction I had to the original.
If you're feeling dangerous, you can watch the alternate developer diary take below.
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destructoid's previous coverage: Rise of the Triad