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Platform Magazine’s Interview with Tomb Raider Composer Nathan McCree

Longtime Tomb Raider fans will no doubt be familiar with the work of Nathan McCree, the critically acclaimed composer and sound effects editor who is best known for his work on the first three Tomb Raider games. Daryl Baxter, a writer for Platform Magazine (Nottingham Trent University’s official student magazine), was fortunate enough to set up an … Continue reading »

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