• Nobuooo December '09 - Highest Voted Items

    31 Dec 2009, 06:33 by jeriaska

    Another year of videogame music news has come to a close on the Nobuooo news website.

    Decmber 2009 saw Gaijin Games collaborate with Robotube on a game created at the Blip Festival in New York. Mega Ran, The Megas and Tanuki Suit Riot performed Blue Bomber covers in Los Angeles. Meanwhile Hip Tanaka wrote a song about being Hip Tanaka and shared a discussion with PixelJunk Eden's Baiyon in Tokyo.

    Here is a selection of the most highly rated, read and retweeted items to round out the final month of 2009.


    Yokohama's MediaMix '09 - Game Remixers Unite

    Twice a year, fan remixers of videogame music exchange CDs at the Music MediaMix Market, or "M3" for short. Most recently, Yokohama’s Osanbashi Hall was host to the event’s aisles of booths run by professional and aspiring musicians. This report takes a look at a cross-section of the remixes, covering everything from classics like Challenger to recent releases like Mamoru Has Been Cursed.
  • Nobuooo August '09 - Highest Voted Items

    30 Aug 2009, 04:40 by jeriaska

    Here is a selection from among the highest voted and most read news stories on videogame music posted to the Nobuooo website during the month of August 2009.

    Highlights of the month include Module's soundtrack to Shatter, the Press Start Symphony of Games Concert in Ikebukuro, the release of Kind of Bloop and the Blip Festival 08 live album, along with the commemoration of Comic Market 76.


    Colours of Light -Yasunori Mitsuda Vocal Collection- samples online

    Sleigh Bells has uploaded samples from all 14 tracks of Yasunori Mitsuda's vocal collection "Colours of Light." The album includes tracks from such games as Chrono Cross, Xenogears, Soma Bringer, and Xenosaga. The collection goes on sale August 26th in Japan.

    Level-5 Shows Uematsu-Scored RPG

    Professor Layton maker Level-5 said Tuesday that it would release a new RPG with music by Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu. Fantasy Life, the RPG…