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The magic is in your hands!
As the sorcerer’s apprentice Finn, it is up to you to master the arcane arts and defeat the Nightmare Queen’s plans to cover the land in eternal night. Use an intuitive spell-casting system to master an arsenal of different spells and combos. Collect rare ingredients and return to your alchemy bench to brew your own powerful magic potions. Battle undead soldiers, corrupted forest guardians, and giant trolls as you face down the forces of the Nightmare Queen. Sorcery immerses players in a unique fantasy adventure like never before.
Born in Santa Monica, Mark Mancina began his musical training at an early age focusing on classical guitar, classical piano and composition. His scores frequently feature his own performances on piano, guitar, bass, percussion and drums, highlighting unique sounds harvested from a personal collection of traditional, exotic, and custom instruments from around the world.
His credits composing the original score for August Rush, the story of a musical prodigy's search for his parents which culminates in a Central Park concert featuring Mancina's "Rhapsody No. 1 in C Major", Camille, Shooter; co-scoring the CBS primetime drama Criminal Minds; and co-composing the new Walt Disney Pictures logo. Other projects include the Oscar-winning Training Day for which he provided a benchmark score that expanded the boundaries of scoring street-wise drama and is widely used as a temp track, while his breakout score for Speed influenced the sound of subsequent action movies. His scores for Twister, Bad Boys, and Moll Flanders are among his favorites.
Though primarily a film composer, Mancina jumped at the opportunity to work on a video game. He said, “To my surprise, it was really an opportunity to flex my melodic side while being as creative and non-derivative as I wanted. What a shock! And, at the same time, a gift.”