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Eternal Sonata Conceived to Give Gamers a Taste of Culture

Frederic ChopinPresident of Tri-Crescendo, Hiroya Hatsushiba, based the curious concept of upcoming 360 role-playing game on a desire to bring the music of Frederic Chopin to a wider audience—in this case, gamers.

In the game, players exist in a dream world concocted by the composer as he lies on his death bed suffering from tuberculosis which took the life of the famed Polish composer at the age of 39. This dream world grants magical powers to those suffering from incurable illnesses. Chopin’s music is incorporated into the game as unlockable rewards for completing side quests.

Considering the recent “are games art?” debate being held publicly between the likes of Roger Ebert and Clive Barker, perhaps the inclusion of already established artistic work can help lend some weight to Baker’s pro-art arguments.

Read More | Silicon Era

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