Yasunori Nishiki: "The music for Octopath Traveler features primarily acoustic sounds, but the Frostlands theme begins with a synth arpeggio."
NintendObserver’s select content on Octopath Traveler for Nintendo Switch.
Yasunori Nishiki: "The concept behind this piece is the fusion of an orchestra and drums."
Yasunori Nishiki: "I guess it’s a good thing I didn’t quit the project after all, haha."
And apparently, a new Bravely Default game might actually be in the works.
"We wanted the name to be easy for our Japanese audience to remember."
Only in North America. You can also buy additional game card cases on the Nintendo Store.
Nintendo's latest exclusive JRPG is now available.
Now that they mention it, this is indeed the first worldwide release ever from the Bravely Default team.
Attendees at the event, which took place at the iconic iam8bit studio, enjoyed a gallery featuring concept art from the game, listened to music selections from the game’s expansive soundtrack and spent hands-on time with the Nintendo Switch exclusive.
They actually drew an octopus. Octopath. Octopus. ...Get it?
Nah, I know they switched the drawings. 🙂
The game's first Japanese commercials released on YouTube were only for the web.
Eight stories await.