Saturday, December 19, 2015

Remastered Digimon World OST Samples Put Up on -next 0rder- Site

December 19th, 2015. Among the preorder bonuses uploaded to the official Digimon World -next 0rder- title site is a tracklist for the remastered Digimon World soundtrack that will be included with first print copies of the game, as well as a set of four short music samples of the remastered OST. These tracks are Let's Walk Together (used for Gear Savanna at night), the iconic Earth and the Blue Sky (Gear Savanna day), Rejection Fight (used for battles against Digimon that refuse to return to the Village of Beginnings), and Digital Spirit (battle with Mugendramon). Fans can listen to the remastered tracks on the site.

Digimon World's soundtrack was originally composed by Yamada Kouji (山田耕治) and Ishii Yuko (石井祐子), employees of BEC (Bandai Entertainment Company, formerly a subsidiary of Bandai and now of Bandai Namco Holdings). Yamada has been working in game soundtracks for over twenty years, currently specializing in chiptune and other retro gaming music.

Digimon World -next 0rder- will launch in Japan on March 17th, 2016, for the PlayStation Vita. It will retail for 6,800 yen. It is the latest entry in the World series, succeeding directly from Re:Digitize Decode on the 3DS, Re:Digitize on the PSP, and World on the PSX.

11 comments:

  1. So many memories cross my mind after that remastered tracks :3

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  3. nice song so far... they will use this ost in DW next0rder? the only left i think we read some thought the person who already played the demo for digimon world next order...

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  4. so these remasters were also done by Yamada Kouji?
    hmmmm
    oh yeah I'm still curious who develop this Next 0rder. Does BEC still exist until now? All I know is BEC mostly develop most of Bandai's owned franchise like gundam, digimon, etc in the past.

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    1. totally agree till now we still doesnt know dev that making this digimon games.. hope Touya can found who the dev is :P

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    2. usually if they don't reveal the developer, it's usually BEC related

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    3. damn that make me more afraid if the game will be sax....... T.T i hope its not.........coz i had poor expectation any product from bandai especially games....but i hope im wrong...

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  5. I believe they might use a remastered version of "Welcome to the Digimon World" here's the reason: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fsu9AfZArOI Check out the song playing in the backgroun at around 15 seconds :) I really hope it will make it into the game, it would be a shame to waste it :)

    @Touya: Check your Mail please :)

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  6. they will provide a download link like cybersleuth or we could get a physical copy of the album?

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    1. So far only a digital version has been confirmed, so probably a download code.

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