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Divine Divinity Interview, screens and soundtrack

by Thomas on Oct. 26, 2001 @ 12:10 p.m. PDT

This week we bring you a new sound track from the game Divine Divinity called 'War and Peace' composed by the infamous Kirill Pavorsky. If you like mullets, you will like Kirill as he is seen here still trapped in the 80's. We managed to drag him out of his busy schedule and ask a few questions.

KIRILL, THIS NEW SOUNDTRACK IS VERY STIRRING, EMOTIONAL AND ATMOSPHERIC. COULD YOU TELL US MORE ABOUT THIS SOUNDTRACK AND THE INSPIRATION BEHIND IT?

This piece of music was created with live violins in which two emotions are represented, passion and the cold power of magic. The music was recorded with percussions playing live and an acoustic violin.

This piece of music appears in the game, in the town Verdistis. The song very clearly represents the tension that exists in the city between the few forces ruling it and the rest of the citizens who are poor and have no power to defend themselves. The citizens are not happy with their conditions and therefore the music is very tense and sad and the same time, its rhythm clearly represents the busy life.

WHATS WITH THE HAIR AND WHERE WAS THIS PICTURE TAKEN?

Well, the ladies like it and I have grown very attached, hope it makes a comeback ;). This picture was taken at Ronnenburg Castle in Germany for the first unveiling of Divine Divinity to the public. That was about 4 months ago and since then the game has generated a lot of interest.

THANKS KIRILL, MULLETS=POWER AND YOU MY FRIEND ARE VERY POWERFUL.

That's not all, as an added bonus this week I will also be releasing some screenshots of The Magicians of the Black Ring. They are the sinister force in the lands of Rivellon with the ultimate goal of ruling the kingdom, the full story will be revealed soon...

GRAB THE NEW SOUNDTRACK HERE!!

NOW FOR THOSE SPECIAL DOWNLOADS, WE HAVE SOME NEW AND EXCLUSIVE PICS AS WELL AS SOME THAT YOU MAY HAVE MISSED...

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