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Friday, October 24, 2014

Taiko-related Composers in Smash Bros. (Wii U)

Continuing today's trend on this blog of talking about any other game but Taiko games whose elements and people are contributing to make, it's time to jump back on the Smash Bros. talk. It's safe to assume that any (even remotely) Nintendo fan among our readers has already seen yesterday's '50-Fact Extravaganza' video from Nintendo, which -among the other things- has listed an additional list of composers which has made original arrangements for this fighting game's upcoming Wii U version. So, what's new from Bandai Namco this time around, you ask? ...

...not very much, to be honest. Aside from all the composers who already worked for the 3DS version (which are returning both with the 3DS tracks and new ones as well), we have a couple of new names of a few other composers for the Wii U-exclusive tracks, as shown in the extract list above: Kohta Takahashi (URBAN FRAGMENTS) and Hiroshi Okubo (L.O.V.E; Bambini), two composers for Ridge Racer series games which have been really border-line contributors to the Taiko no Tatsujin franchise.

From a general rhythm game talk, it's also nice to see that Hirokazu 'COSIO' Koshio (of Groove Coaster fame) has helped making the incoming game's song selection even meatier!

1 comment:

  1. I wish Taiko no Tatsujin Songs are in smash like Happy de Rippa!.