Tuesday, August 3rd, 2021

Grant Kirkhope “honoured” to return to the composer of Mario and the Mad Rabbit sequel


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After Nintendo’s failure, Mario + Rabbids Fire of Hope It was officially unveiled at Ubisoft’s E3 conference.

As a sequel, many key figures have returned, including former Rare composer Grant Kirkhope. He was previously responsible for the soundtrack for the first game, and this time he even had the opportunity to score for the trailer for the sequel.

Here is what he had to say about the revelation of “Fire of Hope” in the special show E3 podcast in the gaming industry:

“I’m very happy to take it out, you know, it’s no secret. Yes, it’s great to be able to take it out… I have to provide for trailers, gameplay and movie trailers Scoring a lot and sometimes you can’t do that…Yes, I think I’m part of the release, which is great.”

In a follow-up tweet, Grant revealed a more special moment in the game, which is the ability to arrange the theme of the Comet Observatory. Super Mario Galaxy series:

Oh, obviously there is a clever reference Banjo Tracks in the Hope Spark trailer:

Creative director Davide Soliani also gave Kirkhope in a special speech Developer discussion About the game:

“To be honest, Grant is not only my composer, he is also my good friend. I can’t imagine a game without him-even if he always complains and complains about something, I want him to be on my side. This is me The best information can be sent to him.”

Are you happy to hear more about Grant Kirkhope in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope? Will you add it to your Switch library when you launch this game next year? Leave a comment below.