The lights are on
A new video highlights the music of Joe Hisaishi, whose elegant melodic writing will accompany the animated visuals of the new Japanese role-playing game.
Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is just a few weeks from release, and Namco Bandai is hoping to further entice players with more info on the crazy production values that have been poured into the project. This time around, you can learn all about the music of the game, as described by the composer, Joe Hisaishi.
Watch the music featurette below. To learn more, don’t miss parts one and two of these behind-the-scenes videos.
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I kinda like this games artstyle even though I'm not into anime. I do really like Spirited Away... That's probably it.
Man I cannot wait for this game!
Really looking forward to this game. That soundtrack will also be an instant buy for me. I hope they make it available here in the states. JRPG soundtracks aren't always easy to find.
So glad they made improvements to the Wizard's Edition and included a soundtrack to the game. I'm really glad I got that limited edition, even if it did cost a pretty penny.
Already pre-ordered this and I'm really looking forward to playing it once it's released!
ah the music~
Of course it sounds absolutely beautiful and memorable. But it's a shame there wasn't a ton of actual music in this feature. Talking sure. The theme that's already been in the other trailers? You betcha. But new stuff? I guess not. :(
loving the art style! I'm a huge fan of Studio Ghibli films so I'm pretty excited for this game
Ni No Kuni great japan role player interesting video
Getting so excited for this game! The music sounds amazing.
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Totally gotta play just for the art and music.