"I just don't know"
Around the time of E3 2019, when it was revealed Banjo-Kazooie would be added as a playable fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the composer of the bear and bird's original Nintendo 64 outing spoke with VGC about the possibility of a new entry in the series. In a more recent interview with the same website, the one and only...
Up there with Mario + Rabbids
In a recent interview with the YouTube channel Shesez, Banjo-Kazooie composer Grant Kirkhope was asked about how he felt when he heard his music in the character reveal trailer for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and how it compared to his other career highlights. According to the living legend himself, it’s on par with...
Let's hope for a sequel then!
Cadence of Hyrule has been available on Switch for a little while now, and we don't know about you, but we're still happily bopping along to its wonderful soundtrack on a daily basis. We're not the only ones who love it either; in an interview with Miketendo64, Grant Kirkhope - composer for games like Banjo-Kazooie,...
Also doubts about Rare's interest
In the same VGC interview featuring the former Rare composer Grant Kirkhope, Steve Mayles and Chris Sunderland shared their own thoughts about Banjo-Kazooie being added as a DLC fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Steven Mayles, the original character designer of the bird and bear, said he was "pleased" to see...
The Mario + Rabbids creative director got in contact
Not long after Banjo-Kazooie was revealed for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate during Nintendo's E3 2019 Direct presentation, VGC reached out to the composer, Grant Kirkhope, to hear his side of the story and find out what it was like create music for Nintendo's all-star fighting game. It all started...
Relive the epic battles
Picking a single highlight of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is pretty tough; the entire game oozed brilliance from start to finish and we loved every second of it. One potential contender, though, is Grant Kirkhope's stunning soundtrack and - as luck would have it - a vinyl release is scheduled to be available in Q3 this...
"We've poured ourselves into this game to try and make it special"
It's fair to say that Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle didn't have the most auspicious of starts. When the game leaked it was met with a fair degree of scepticism, but that all changed when the title was unveiled onstage at E3, complete with an appearance by Shigeru Miyamoto himself...
Former Rare man has outdone himself yet again
Nintendo fans were excited to finally hear the confirmation that Grant Kirkhope (known for his work on Banjo Kazooie, Goldeneye, and Donkey Kong 64) would be producing music for
Known for Banjo-Kazooie, Perfect Dark, and Yooka-Laylee
Back in November there were reports from multiple sources that Ubisoft would be producing an RPG for the Nintendo Switch, serving as a crossover between the Mario series and the Rabbids universe. You can read what we had to say about it here. Today we might have a hint as to who will be...
And we mean the ENTIRE soundtrack
Rare's N64 classic Banjo-Kazooie is one of the best 3D platformers you're likely to find on any console, and its soundtrack was also pretty swell to boot. You can now download every piece of music contained in the game — that's 164 different tracks — over at composer Grant Kirkhope's Bandcamp page. It's not...
35 replies |
49 replies |
358 replies |
26,459 replies |
43,663 replies |
33,003 replies |