One of the most viewed posts I have ever put on the internet was in reference to the soundtrack for Secret of Mana. So I assume that people really like composer Hiroki Kikuta. If that is true, I’d imagine some excitement from the news that the soundtrack to the action RPG/platformer Indivisible is now available. The most recent work from Kikuta features over 60 tracks. So it’s nothing to scoff at. You can check out the game’s main theme below for a sample of what’s included.
I haven’t actually heard any of the tracks yet myself. But the composer is definitely happy with it. Here’s a statement from Kikuta:
“I was extremely excited when I heard that the team behind Skullgirls wanted me to write music for their new RPG, Indivisible, I consider myself very fortunate to have been able to work on this game. While working on the unique sound for Indivisible was truly a challenge, it was a worthwhile experiment and I believe the continuous creative effort and difficulties developing the right sound turned out for the best. Listen to the soundtrack and hear the irrefutable evidence that we’ve created something truly special to accompany this beautiful game. Please enjoy it!”
Brian Cowan loves playing video games, football, Magic, and pretty much anything else that he can use as an excuse to waste time. When he is not doing the above or working, he is usually writing or reading.