Welcome to Morning Music, KotakuA daily hangout for those who love video games and the cool ass sounds they make. Today I’m listening to indie RPG music composed by Vince Di Cola and Kenny Merriedeth. Of course, DiCola is best known for its synth-driven soundtrack. Stay alive, Rocky IV, And (don’t forget) 1986s Transformers The Movie..
No, Vince DiCola wasn’t the one who created and played the rock anthem “The Touch.”that is Longtime friends Kotaku Stan Bush..Mr. Dicola is in charge Transformers The MovieInstrumental track. His signature synthesizer provided the perfect background for the mid-1980s battle of futuristic robots of the time from 2005. If you are the same age as me, you may shed tears when you hear his masterpiece “Death”. Of Optimus Prime. “
But we’re not here to fill or admire Optimus Prime.We are here to talk about the soundtrack Saturday morning RPG (((playlist / Long play / VGMdb), Mighty Rabbit’s 2012 indie game. This is a turn-based role-playing game that has permeated pop culture in the 1980s and is full of references to cartoons such as: Heeman, GI JoeAnd, of course, Transformers..
To evoke better Transformers In particular, the developers used Vince DiCola. However, a famous composer created his most legendary work in the 1980s. Can Vince DiCola, who was in her mid-50s at the time, still lock out? You bet your ass he can. Listen “Overdrive.. This may not be the case while operating the vehicle, as it can literally cause overdrive.
Vince Dicola (YouTube)
This truck is a sacred hell. Audio time travel. It is the modern Vince Dicola that gives the best impression of the Vince Dicola in the 1980s with its power synth. The developer tapped him to create music reminiscent of a 1986 animated movie, and he created a track that sounded like it was playing in a time warp.It has some modern twists A short percussion break around 1:02, But otherwise it’s the perfect progressive power synth.
And that’s how we woke up in the mid to late 80’s, kids. Hopefully the old Vince and I helped get your week off to a good start. Feel free to talk about his music, your weekend, the next week, or anything else you want to talk about in the comments below.