For fans of the music soundtrack of Mario Galaxy, you’re in for another treat. In a recent interview with Destructoid, lead composer Mahito Yokota has revealed that the music in Super Mario 3D World will have several of the tracks performed live in order to have a big band feel. Mario Galaxy’s soundtrack was orchestrated by a live symphony and it looks like something similar may be happening with Super Mario 3D World.
“There are naturally a lot of tracks performed live. We’re arranging the music with a big-band feel, taking advantage of a full horn section with trumpets and saxophones.”
This is great news for fans of Nintendo’s previous efforts with live music, as we all know that Nintendo games often have some of the best soundtracks in the business. Does this affect whether or not you want the game? Let us know in the comments.
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