Mexican music meets chiptunes for one of the most lively and unique game soundtracks of the year.
Editor's review by Adam Corn (2019-01-02)
Mexican guitars and horns meet crisp chiptunes, with a bit of bass for good measure. It's not your typical game soundtrack sound for sure, but Peter Chapman and Rom Di Prisco pull it off, whether as slightly spooky ambiance or funky grooves or upbeat dance. A more succinct album release might have suited the concept better, but even with a couple of dry spells in the two-hour set it's one of the most lively and unique game soundtracks of the year.