Bandai Namco Entertainment have announced that they will be releasing a series of music releases titled Asobi no Oto. The first in the series will be Volume 0, which is now up for preorder.
There’s some contradiction between the tracklists from the announcement and the store pages, but the following games should at least be represented alongside a few others: Wonder Momo, Pac-Man, Xevious, New Rally-X, Genpei Tōma Den, Kotoba no Puzzle: Mojipittan Daijiten, Taiko no Tatsujin, Muscle March, and Pac-Mania.
The release will be a single LP on black vinyl. It will be housed in a regular LP jacket with new Pac-Man artwork. It will also include a digital download code.
The box set – which will be the biggest video game vinyl box set ever – features the full soundtracks to all three Dark Souls games including DLC tracks. The Dark Souls soundtrack will be a 2LP on blue marbled vinyl, Dark Souls II will be a 4LP on red marbled vinyl, and Dark Souls III will be a 3LP on green marbled vinyl.
The records will be housed in three record jackets – one for each game, and these jackets will be housed in a box. The box set is limited to 2000 copies and will be sold exclusively in the EMEA region.
Spacelab9 have previously announced that they will be releasing the soundtrack to all three Dark Souls games on vinyl in collaboration with Bandai Namco – and now they’re here!
All three soundtracks will be individual 2LP sets on different colored vinyl. Dark Souls will be on clear with blue swirl, Dark Souls II will be on red with black swirl, and Dark Souls III will be on green with black swirl.
The Dark Souls release will also feature music from the Artorias of the Abyss DLC.
Spacelab9 will have 3 exclusive “blue eye orb” colorway variants available on their store on Friday July 21, 2017 at 1:30PM EST. These are limited to 100 copies each.
Today iam8bit announced that they will be releasing a Collector’s Edition to the game Necropolis and that this package will include the game’s soundtrack on vinyl.
The game’s score is composed by Jon Everist and will be pressed onto 180g grey vinyl for this release, which also features album artwork by Steve Courtney. The art also functions as a pen-and-paper dungeon crawler.
Besides the record the Collector’s Edition will also include a code for the game (Steam, PS4, or Xbox One), the full digital soundtrack, and a death certificate.