The Nobuooo video update returns to its multi-narrator format. This time we hear from Larry Liontamer Oji on Street Fighter II HD Remix, Kenley of Into the Score on Shadow of the Collosus, Dekunology on Hyadain and Nico Nico Douga, and Jeriaska on Final Fantasy Remix and Siren Blood Curse.
This time, Nobuooo is at PAX. Segments include Penny Arcade Adventures, Reformat the Planet, Yakuza 2, Nerdcore Rising, and Valkyria Chronicles. Next time it's back to the collaborative format with narrators from the USA, Canada and Japan.
nobuooo.com Notable developments in the world of videogame music for August of 2008. Nobuooo is a social news website that includes items related to videogame music from around the web. Everyone in the community votes to send the most popular items to the top of the frontpage. Once a month participants collaborate on a video update highlighting several of the most notable items posted to Nobuooo.
This month on the video update: the music of E3. Castlevania producer Koji Igarashi offers some background on the artwork by Masaki and music by Michiru Yamane found in the upcoming Nintendo DS title Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia. Deborah Mars, senior producer of PixelJunk Eden, explains the title's unique gameplay features and offers some background details on the collaboration between game designer Dylan Cuthbert and artist/ musician Baiyon. Finally, Simon Viklund of the Swedish game development company Grin talks about his arrangements of classic NES music for Bionic Commando and Bionic Commando Rearmed.
nobuooo.com Notable developments in the world of videogame music for June of 2008. Nobuooo is a social news website that allows readers to post items related to videogame music from around the web. Everyone in the community then votes to send the most popular items to the top of the frontpage. This month on the video update: Anthony from gamemusic4all introduces Heavy Troopa Is Ready to Launch, the three-disc Super Mario RPG tribute compilation. Kaleb Grace discusses the Omega Five interview with Hiroyuki Iwatsuki posted on Siliconera. We hear from Otograph about their score for PixelJunk Monsters, while it is announced that Hitoshi Sakimoto will be scoring Western games.