This week, DuckTales: Remastered released on the Wii U. While many fans are eager to see how the original gameplay holds up, a lot of gamers are more focused on the game’s soundtrack. After all, the original NES game is almost known more for its sounds than it is for anything else. Luckily, Capcom and Disney were able to strike the perfect balance between classic sound and modern feel. Capcom producer Rey Jimenez has even stated that he’d like to see that music appear elsewhere, namely, in a soundtrack release.
“The music in the game is outstanding and deserves a release outside of the game,” said Jimenez in an interview with Nintendo Life.
Over the weekend, Nintendo announced that the soundtrack for Pokémon X and Y would see a release on iTunes. Considering that video game music is often hard to come by in a legal manner, perhaps this is the start of a new trend? One can only hope. I still want Aquatic Ambiance on my iPod.
Would you buy an iTunes or physical release for the DuckTales: Remastered soundtrack? Let us know in the comments below, and keep an eye out for Nintendojo’s review of the game later this week!
Source: Nintendo Life