We can think of that a person of one of the most enjoyable aspects of being a computer game composer (other than, you understand, composing music for a computer game) is the range of tasks you’ll get to deal with. One time you may be composing music for a cyberpunk action-adventure game, then your next task may be a charming and cuddly platformer.
Today, we have Octopath Traveler composer Yasunori Nishiki to thank for a set of not likely tasks. Most popular for making his solo composer launching on the Square Enix’s HD-2D RPG, he has actually gone on to offer structures for Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy VII Remake, however he has another credit in his deck that may amaze you.
In a current upgrade, the free-to-play Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel has actually included the credits, letting you see and applaud all of individuals who dealt with that game. And Yasunori Nishiki’s name is right there! The composer verified the news on Friday on Twitter.
Many fans of his work and Yu-Gi-Oh! have actually been applauding the composer, and numerous are most likely finding Nishiki’s sensational deal with other video games as an outcome. What’s actually charming is that Nishiki has actually been reacting to fans on the social networks platform.
One user wished to know when the soundtrack to Master Duel will be launched, and while Nishiki is certainly not in charge of this, he did have an extremely beautiful reply.
That’s somebody we definitely wish to get a cup of coffee with eventually! Even prior to Nishiki broke the news, fans have actually been going bananas over the game’s music, with numerous stating it “slaps”, and we can just concur with a pedigree like Nishiki on board.
Drop us a remark if you have actually listened to the music of Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel!