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Video Games Live adds Might & Magic to their set


9:00 AM on 12.15.2010
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Touring game music concert Video Games Live is now adding music from Might & Magic to their line up. The Paris, France show on December 17 will be the debut for this addition. Tracks from Might & Magic II, IV, V and even the new Might & Magic VI will be performed. This will be the first time the public will hear the "Haven Theme" from the upcoming Might & Magic IV, which comes out for PC in 2011. 

Composers Rob King and Paul Romero have scored the entire series of games, and now they're working closely with Video Games Live on the arrangements for the show.

It's good to see the VGL team keeping things fresh. I hope to see the show again soon with the new additions.






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