NieR is some of the greatest game music of all time. So fans were rightfully excited that Square Enix was releasing the soundtracks in vinyl format. There are two releases, one for NieR Gestalt & Replicant, and one for NieR: Automata. Then there’s the combination box set which we got our hands on here. The packaging is as exquisite as the music, so fans will want to keep an eye out on the Square Enix North American merchandise store and sign up for the waiting list on these. The box set is reasonably priced at $79.99 with the individual releases coming in at $42.99.
With Drakengard 3 out next week in North America, I thought it’d be a good time to connect with MoNACA studios founder Keiichi Okabe about his work on the project. After being amazed by their score for NieR, I wondered what they would have in store for fans upon returning to that same universe.
They don’t disappoint, as you can read in our review of the score.
See what Keiichi Okabe has to say below. Continue reading Interview: Keiichi Okabe On Drakengard 3
While I never really got into Drakengard, NieR has made me a fan of the universe forever. I actually enjoyed the music from the first two Drakengard titles despite not having played them at length, so when Drag-On Chips Music was announced to commemorate ten years of the franchise, I had to have it.
So, how does the chopped up classical soundtrack to Drag-On Dragoon crossover into the 8-bit universe? And is NieR as beautiful in wave form? Find out below. Continue reading Review: Drag-On Dragoon Chips Music