If you happen to’re a fan of funky recent beats, you possibly can’t go previous the well-known online game composer Hideki Naganuma. He is greatest identified for his music within the Jet Set Radio collection again when he labored at Sega.
For a few years now, his fanbase has been begging Nintendo to permit him to compose some music for the squid shooter collection Splatoon. There have even been petitions stating how this “would make many individuals pleased”.
So, why hasn’t it occurred and can it ever occur? In all probability not, primarily based on a latest tweet despatched out by Naganuma final month.
After departing from Sega, he apparently “tried to be an worker of Nintendo twice”, however was rejected on the grounds that there was no place out there for him to show his skill to the complete.
“To inform the reality, I attempted to be an worker of Nintendo twice prior to now, after I left Sega. However I did not move. They mentioned that there is not any place that I can show my skill to the complete. That’s the rationale why Splatoon did not want my music.”
It appears his beats are just too recent – even for Splatoon. He is a minimum of been credited in Sakurai’s Smash Bros. collection.
Luckily, he is additionally gone on to compose loads of different music for titles like Deadly League Blaze and can also be exhausting at work on the follow-up tracks that may characteristic in Bomb Rush Cyberfunk – a recreation that seemingly attracts inspiration from Jet Set Radio.
Would you will have preferred Hideki Naganuma’s music in a recreation like Splatoon? Share your ideas down beneath.