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Submitted by PixelitisBlog 694d ago | news

Koopa Soundworks’ World 1-2 is an epic game music collaboration

"What happens when you lump Mega Man, Journey, Spelunky, Ninja Gaiden and Silent Hill’s composers together with game music cover groups like Stemage, Danimal Cannon, Video Game Orchestra and more? World 1-2, that’s what.

Koopa Soundworks’ Mohammed Taher has amassed a musical collaboration of epic proportions, bringing game composers like Manami Matsumae (Mega Man), Austin Wintory (Journey), and Akira Yamaoka (Silent Hill) and indie videogame music cover artists aboard to create both original, game-influenced music and VGM remixes for the masses.

Games like Metroid Prime, Sword & Sorcery, Super Mario World and Final Fantasy Tactics are covered, and the genres widely vary from electronic chiptune, orchestral and some shredding metal. It’s a lovely ear orgasm."

- Patrick Kulikowski (Akira Yamaoka, Austin Wintory, Culture, Dear Esther, Manami Matsumae, Spelunky, Super Mario World, Video Game Orchestra)

Smashbro29  +   694d ago
Please stop abusing the word epic.

I'm sure it's a wonderful album but christ guys give it a rest.

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