Masashi Hamauzu creates traditional Japanese mobile score

Masashi Hamauzu has confirmed that he was responsible for the music of KOEI’s newly release mobile title Guntama: Soul of a Strategist. A preview of the score is available on the game trailer below:

To reflect the historic setting of Japan’s Warring States period, Hamauzu primarily created the short score using traditional Japanese instruments and styles.

Posted on May 19, 2014 by Chris Greening. Last modified on May 19, 2014.

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2 Responses to Masashi Hamauzu creates traditional Japanese mobile score

  1. Josh Barron says:

    I am hoping there will be a release of this one as I will buy it!

  2. The score seems to have been ripped on YouTube. Though short, it’s quite enjoyable and something a little different from Hamauzu. Maybe he’d consider a release through his Monomusik label.

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