Gaming News, Game Reviews, Game Trailers, E3 News

               
Dark theme   
PC   |   PS4   |   XBOX   |   SWITCH   |   3DS   |   VITA   |   JAPANESE   |   FILM   |   TOYS   |   MERCH


 

 

World 1-2: Encore offers more world-class game arranges

0

Follow-up to the amazing composer collab World 1-2

World 1-2 was pretty amazing. If you didn't snatch it up when it was first released, do realize that you have been missing out on a masterful collaboration of professional game composers and enthusiast arrangers, with contributions from the likes of Silent Hill's Akira Yamaoka, Armcannon's Danimal Cannon, and many others.

Koopa Soundworks has now released World 1-2: Encore, a 14-track companion that gives you more of what you love. You've got the post-rock Zelda's Cory Johnson once again, "Mega Man 11" project composer Xavier "mv" Dang, The OneUps, Video Game Orchestra... the list keeps stacking up! While the original album offered a selection of both original tunes and game arrangements, Encore is straight up arrange central. The exception is Manami Matsumae's contribution -- a reprise of her World 1-2 original piece "One Shot, One Kill," which has been seemingly given a dash of Mighty No. 9 flavor!

Encore is available for $8 digitally, but you can also spring for a three-disc collection that includes the original World 1-2 all for $24. I must admit, the physical version looks pretty boss.

World 1-2: Encore [Koopa Soundworks]




You are logged out. Login | Sign up

 
 

 

TwitterRedditEmailFacebook
 
Tony PonceFormer Contributor // Profile & Disclosures
Fronts2051Blogs 63Following0Followers133

(Decommissioned) Super Fighting Robot more


 


READER COMMENTS LOADING BELOW...


Can't see comments?   EasyList, Avast, and others may block them. Please whitelist [*].disqus.com to fix it


Unsavory comments?


Please report harassment, spam, and hate speech to our community team. On the right side of a comment you can flag the user to anonymously report them (we will ban users dishing bad karma). Can't see comments, or is something busted? Check our mini support FAQ

 




 
 
 
spacer