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GoldfishX Apr 24, 2011

There's quite a bit of buzz about this game in the fighting game community (longtime Marvel vs Capcom player Mike Z is one of the main developers...not sure what other games he plays, but he's known for Marvel 2 combo videos and a sick Juggernaut/Tron/Doom team) and it was announced on Shoryuken.com's main page a couple weeks ago.

Ramza Apr 25, 2011

I've been keeping up on this game from an industry friend who is with Reverge and helped broker the deal between Reverge and Yamane on this game. I'm really happy to see this. Japanese composers on American games ... now we just need more of the reverse. smile

Amazingu Apr 25, 2011

Ramza wrote:

Japanese composers on American games ... now we just need more of the reverse. smile

No, we really don't.

Qui-Gon Joe Apr 25, 2011

Amazingu wrote:
Ramza wrote:

Japanese composers on American games ... now we just need more of the reverse. smile

No, we really don't.

I'd take some British composers on American games that were composed by Japanese composers.  Okay really I just wish Donkey Kong Country Returns had been done by David Wise instead of Yamamoto.

Amazingu Apr 26, 2011

Qui-Gon Joe wrote:

I'd take some British composers on American games that were composed by Japanese composers.  Okay really I just wish Donkey Kong Country Returns had been done by David Wise instead of Yamamoto.

Agreed.

European composers are fine.
American VGM composers have yet to captivate me.

Angela Apr 26, 2011

Let's not rule out Canadians.  Next Level Games did an incredible job with Punch-Out!! for the Wii.

Datschge Apr 26, 2011

Qui-Gon Joe wrote:

I'd take some British composers on American games that were composed by Japanese composers.  Okay really I just wish Donkey Kong Country Returns had been done by David Wise instead of Yamamoto.

Just want to note that DKCR's credits lists Yamamoto for music supervision while music composition is credited to Minako Hamano, Masaru Tajima, Shinji Ushiroda and Daisuke Matsuoka.

Carl Apr 26, 2011

Nice that you got to lend a hand in bringing the 2 parties together, Ramza.

Ramza Apr 26, 2011

CRAP, indefinite/vague/hanging participle stuff.

It's my friend (Peter @ Reverge) who brokered the deal between his company and Yamane, not me. I was just cheering him on. Peter is hip to the Japanese scene, loved the SotN score like crazy and wanted Yamane on his game's project for quite some time. I'm glad things went the way they did.

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