Video games really have come a long way from one-person, bedroom-coded diversions. We’re now talking lavish productions – like Left Alive, and its Abbey Road soundtrack.
While an incredible indie scene keeps the small team games scene alive and kicking, the big release titles just get bigger all the time.
Left Alive is a new PS4 console exclusive IP from Square Enix, which they describe as a “survival action shooter”. Developed by a team including Toshifumi Nabeshima (Armored Core), Yoji Shinkawa (Metal Gear Solid) and Takayuki Yanase (Mobile Suit Gundam, Xenoblade Chronicles) it’s set to tell a human story of survival during a devastating 2127 invasion.
More simply, big mech battle game!
Not only set to look and play in epic style, it will also feature an epic soundtrack, which – as the headline has already divulged – was recorded at London’s famed Abbey Road Studios.
Here’s a look into the recording process, opening, of course, with a shot of THAT world-famous crosswalk: