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Behind the music of Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch

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Composer Joe Hisaishi discusses his involvement with the project

Now that Ni no Kuni is just weeks away from release, Level-5 is back with the third in its series of behind-the-scenes developer diaries. This time around they've sat down with composer Joe Hisaishi to discuss the game's soundtrack.

It sounds like Hisaishi had a pretty fantastic time working on the game. In the video he discusses his inspirations and how the different aspects of the game all seem to seamlessly mesh together and create a very harmonious final product. 

Ni no Kuni is set to hit PlayStation 3 in North America on January 22, with a February 1 European release to follow. 


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