Spiritual successor to Star Wars Battlefront 2. Promises authentic gameplay and awesome battles!

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packy21 Sep 30 2013, 12:20pm says:

well because of you guys i already have to use a braille keyboard and have someone else tell me what updates there are and click them for me, but because of the awesomeness of these sounds i also am deaf!
you will be contacted by my lawyer soon!
(note: this may be a joke)

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richardpgoulet Oct 7 2013, 7:14pm replied:

Lol... As the designer of these sounds- thanks to you and everyone else for the positive comments. I'm very glad that people appreciate the work. Stay tuned for more.

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Aurelian7 Sep 30 2013, 1:21pm says:

Great work! :)

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BreadIsDelicious Sep 30 2013, 2:30pm says:

Now THAT's how a Star Wars game should sound. Fantastic sfx, keep it up :)

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BlueCasketBop Oct 1 2013, 6:05pm says:

Cool sounds, but I think the weapons could use a little more work towards authenticity. Just my opinion. Fantastic work overall :D

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richardpgoulet Oct 7 2013, 7:16pm replied:

Doing my best! Sometimes authenticity is very difficult, and I'll never measure up to the great Ben Burtt. The Snowspeeder guns in particular were very hard to duplicate- I ended up having to just make my own variation of it, otherwise it sounded like poop.

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BlueCasketBop Oct 26 2013, 10:06am replied:

It's really nice to know that you're putting effort in that department, though :) Some devs might just be like, "Meh, this sounds Star Wars-y, let's go with that."

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Altureus Feb 20 2014, 1:05am replied:

I think Richard has done a great job so far, and believe me we have discussed most of the sounds done. The weapons are very tricky to get to sound authentic, Ben Burt is just a genius when it comes to sound design. I believe that there are some secret tricks he used to get the sounds to sound the way they do.

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richardpgoulet Mar 17 2014, 3:11pm replied:

Correct. I used a similar technique for these- a steel slinky.

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Bassethound Jul 24 2014, 12:18am says:

dude how did you do those breath tak'n sound effects tell mwa please

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