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Joris de Man

Game Credits

Writers

Killzone (2004)   (Additional Story Content)
 

Video/Cinematics

Killzone (2004)   (Animatics Actors)
 

Audio

Velocity 2X (2015)   (Music)
Velocity: Ultra (2013)   (Musicians)
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (2012)   (Music from Killzone 2 Composed and Produced by)
Killzone 3 (2011)   (Music Composed by)
Scrap Metal (2010)   (Music)
Killzone 2 (2009)   (Music)
N+ (2008)   (Music & Sounds)
Killzone: Liberation (2006)   (Music Composed by)
Killzone (2004)   (Music Composition and Orchestration)
Black Belt Challenge (2002)   (Music)
Invader (2002)   (Music)
Tiny Toon Adventures: Dizzy's Candy Quest (2001)   (Music)
The Apprentice (1994)   (Silly Sound Effects)
Dimo's Quest (1994)   (Music)
 

Localization

Coconut Dodge (2010)   (Store Translations)
 

Thanks

The Chronicles of Spellborn (2008)   (Audio thanks)
Shellshock: Nam '67 (2004)   (Special Thanks)
 

Other

Killzone (2004)   (Additional Direction)
 


Developer Biography

Joris de Man is a video game music composer and sound designer best known for his work on the Killzone series by Guerrilla Games.

De Man started out by writing chip music for Atari computers using the alias "Scavenger". He did freelance work writing music for CD-i games, then worked for the Bitmap Brothers on both music and sound design. He joined Guerrilla Games in 1999. His music for Killzone 2 won the Ivor Novello Award for Best Original Video Game Score.

Last updated: Oct 08, 2016